Letters

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Email letters, October 21, 2014

By Staff

Don’t be deceived by language, Amendment 67 is too extreme Why aren’t we talking about Amendment 67? Is it because we are tired of rejecting Personhood - as voters have already done three times before? Well, we can’t afford ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 21, 2014

By Staff

Willett understands job creation relative to this area I agree with The Sentinel editorial board that Brad Webb’s positions on several issues are not difficult to align with and should be supported by both Democrats and Republicans. ...


Email letters, October 20, 2014

By Staff

Integrity, common sense, experience and commitment make Arotin top choice for sheriff In this upcoming general election there is a lot of emphasis on the candidate for sheriff being party affiliated, groomed and entitled. As a veteran, law ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 19, 2014

By Staff

GMO label requirements may hurt small producers As a professional designer, I have designed many a label and package in my career. I’ve decided not to vote for Proposition 105 — labeling genetically modified food. Some of my ...


Email letters, October 17, 2014

By Staff

Commemoration to deceased would be thoughtful addition to Community Hospital Now that the ground breaking has been done for the new Community Hospital, it is only a matter of time until the move will be made. The hospital has been a great ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 17, 2015

By Staff

U.S. aid to rebuild
 Gaza is a poor idea I am commenting on Monday’s headline “U.S. promises $212 Million in new aid to rebuild Gaza.” This is a poor idea for several reasons. 1. The buildings to be replaced were ...


Email letters, October 16 2014

By Staff

Donovan committed to community and deserves support in Senate bid I would like to express my support for Kerry Donovan in her bid for the 5th District Colorado State Senate. Having known Donovan and her family for most of my life I would ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 16, 2014

By Staff

Amendment 68 editorial submarined by paid ad I find the positioning of the anti-Amendment 68 full-page color ad just a bit too coincidental as it directly faces your editorial urging defeat of Amendment 68. I have seen a number of these ...


Email letters, October 15, 2014

By Staff

Delta County would be well served with Suppes in the Senate Don Suppes as Mayor of Orchard City is an experienced and honest leader, as well as a successful Delta County small businessman. Delta County will be well served to have Suppes in ...


Email letters, October 14, 2014

By Staff

$212 million in aid to rebuild Gaza is a poor idea for several reasons I am commenting on Monday’s headline “U.S. Promises $212 Million in new aid to rebuild Gaza.” This is a poor idea for several reasons. 1. The buildings ...


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