Letters

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Email Letters: June 23, 2017

By Staff

Union Pacific should reconsider action threatening railroad museum As a resident of the Roaring Fork Valley (Glenwood Springs to Aspen, Colorado) for the past half century, as an active participant in governance activities on the local, ...


Printed Letters: June 23, 2017

By Staff

Reasonable to call for end to treasure hunt With all due respect to the Sentinel’s editorial, I disagree with the idea that calls to end Forrest Fenn’s treasure hunt are illogical. Likening this quest to ordinary travel, hiking, ...


Email Letters: June 22, 2017

By Staff

Treasure hunters enhance risk to search and rescue I’m a bit surprised that The Daily Sentinel thinks it’s just fine for the Fenn Treasure Hunt to continue. What’s the harm in it? So much fun; so much adventure! I ...


Printed Letters: June 22, 2017

By Staff

All children entitled to excellent health care As pediatricians, we have the privilege of caring for and advocating for children. Every day, we take care of children from different cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. Despite these ...


Email Letters: June 21, 2017

By Staff

All children are entitled to and deserve excellent health care As pediatricians, we have the privilege of caring for and advocating for children. Every day, we take care of children from different cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. ...


Printed Letters: June 21, 2017

By Staff

Monument review meant to weak foundational policy I’d like to thank Tom Kleinschnitz for adding his voice to the defense of our national monuments. Business owners like Tom in the recreation industry have a great deal at stake when it ...


Email Letters: June 20, 2017

By Staff

Downtown should offer free parking to all Some years ago, the city and county built a free parking garage for their employees. I’m sure they deserve it. But don’t our few precious customers also deserve free parking, especially ...


Printed Letters: June 20, 2017

By Staff

Supporting Plunge shouldn’t mean devaluing oil and gas The Palisade Plunge is almost entirely funded by Colorado’s share of natural gas royalties. Western Colorado’s local natural gas association endorsed the project early ...


Email Letters: June 19, 2017

By Staff

Civil discussion don’t demonize opponents I believe that we have the greatest country in the history of mankind. Our government represents the people better than any other. It has promoted economic advancement that lifts the fortunes of ...


Printed Letters: June 18, 2017

By Staff

Reform cannot include Medicaid reductions I’m a Republican, and have been since voting for Ronald Reagan in 1980. I also have a son with autism who receives care paid for by Medicaid. With both these experiences in mind, I am writing to ...


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