Letters

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Printed Letters: December 9, 2016

By Staff

We should stick with the Electoral College Fifty percent of the voters live in the metropolitan areas with the rest of the voters living in the less populous areas of the United States. The Electoral College was established by the Founding ...


Email Letters: December 8, 2016

By Staff

A Convention of States is favorable, with restrictions I am in favor of a national “Convention of the States” to amend the U.S. Constitution – but with reservations and concern. Here in Colorado we should understand the ...


Printed Letters: December 8, 2016

By Staff

Turn signals, reduced speed are a solution It was concern for the safety of school children with the new guidelines on bussing that somehow instigated city planners’ desire for a roundabout at Highway 340 and Redlands Parkway. Never ...


Email Letters: December 7, 2016

By Staff

Colorado should consider establishing public lands use commission OK, one more time. Public lands belong to all the people and are currently managed by our federal agencies like BLM and Forest Service. There has been significant talk over the ...


Printed Letters: December 7, 2016

By Staff

Pramenko’s column 
replete with half truths As I read Dr. Michael Pramenko’s commentary on Obamacare I had a “deja vu” feeling of being back in grade school when Billy, having been caught in some wrongdoing, says ...


Email Letters: December 6, 2016

By Staff

It’s important that new BLM rules be finalized and enacted I am writing to commend the Bureau of Land Management for finalizing their long-awaited rules to reduce methane and other pollutants from oil and gas development on public ...


Printed Letters: December 6, 2016

By Staff

Electoral College 
retains its importance Rick Wagner’s column in the Sentinel detailing the downward spiral of civics education in our education system explains the comment Gail Collins made in her Friday piece. She describes the ...


Email Letters: December 5, 2016

By Staff

It’s good to plan how to handle emergencies received by text or video It is not surprising that the 911-call center is anticipating increased demand and technological upgrades. The pace of change in emergency communications has been a ...


Printed Letters: December 4, 2016

By Staff

Trump is filling the swamp with insiders Remember Donald Trump proclaiming during his election campaign that he is going to “drain the swamp?” Remember that? Sure Donald, you are going to accomplish this by offering positions in ...


Email Letters: December 2, 2016

By Staff

Beauprez an unwise pick for Secretary of Interior Various news outlets have recently reported that former 7th district congressman Bob Beauprez is a potential Trump pick for Secretary of Interior. This would be an unwise move, especially if ...


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