Letters

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Printed Letters: Dec. 18, 2014

By Staff

St. Mary’s committed to community as always Amid the recent articles about Mesa County’s exclusive provider agreement with Community Hospital, many friends have recently asked me, “What is up with St. Mary’s ...


Email letters, December 17, 2014

By Staff

States can do a better job of administering land than the BLM Gee, Janice Shepherd, in her recent letter titled, “Public land should remain with the BLM, not the state,” stated that she “heard the sound of an owl ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 17, 2014

By Staff

Support core values in Colorado water plan Congratulations to the Colorado Water Conservation Board and staff for presenting the first full draft of the Colorado Water Plan to Gov. Hickenlooper last Wednesday in Denver. The draft plan provides ...


Email letters, December 16, 2014

By Staff

Responding to terrorism with violence compounds the problem The other day a letter was published by someone applauding the torture that has been happening to supposed terrorists by the CIA. I want to comment. We have all heard the saying, ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 16, 2014

By Staff

Overregulating industry will hurt our economy I was proudly one of many Western Slope residents who attended the Oil and Gas Task Force meeting in Rifle on Wednesday to show my support for an industry that is of critical importance to our ...


Email letters, December 15, 2014

By Staff

Overregulating oil and gas industry would negatively impact Western Slope economy I was proudly one of many Western Slope residents who attended the Oil and Gas Task Force meeting in Rifle on Wednesday to show my support for an industry that ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 14, 2014

By Staff

We should thank CIA for a job well done In direct opposition to the Sentinel’s recent editorial on the CIA, I am far from “appalled and disgusted.” I say congratulations on a job well done, CIA. To compare the human rights ...


Email letters, December 12, 2014

By Staff

St. Mary’s Hospital is committed to our community, as always Amidst all the recent press articles about Mesa County’s exclusive provider agreement with Community Hospital, many friends have recently asked me, “What is up ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 12, 2014

By Staff

Terminal patients should have right to die in peace Advances in medicine and technology have greatly improved the quality of life for many, but there is also a growing concern about what this can mean as one nears the end of life. Today many ...


Email letters, December 11, 2014

By Staff

Lone tree represents fortitude and love in the middle of the desert Place: On a hill, in the middle of the desert, halfway between Grand Junction and Delta, Colorado Terrain: Windy, clear skies, snow covered Rocky Mountains in the ...


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