Letters

Page 1 of 378


Email Letters: July 27, 2017

By Staff

Elliott family invaluable to local tennis community The Elliott family deserves our thanks. By pouring their lives into creating opportunities to play tennis, they have made Grand Junction a better place to live and recreate. For decades, ...


Printed Letters: July 27, 2017

By Staff

Workshop a good start to reducing child abuse The numbers in Erin McIntyre’s report, “Parental assistance the goal of workshop,” are alarming — 300 children were placed outside their homes by child-protective services ...


Email Letters: July 26, 2017

By Staff

Name change not the panacea for our problems About every two to three years, we go through this changing the name of several key things in the town. And now once again we’re back to North Avenue being changed to University Boulevard, ...


Printed Letters: July 26, 2017

By Staff

Don’t gut Johnson Amendment If House Republicans succeed in their efforts to gut the Johnson Amendment, it would open the door for big money donors and political interest groups to pressure and manipulate our nation’s churches and ...


Email Letters: July 25, 2017

By Staff

Don’t gut the Johnson Amendment If House Republicans succeed in their efforts to gut the Johnson Amendment, it would open the door for big money donors and political interest groups to pressure and manipulate our nation’s churches ...


Printed Letters: July 25, 2017

By Staff

Argument to move BLM lacks legitimacy I read Sen. Cory Gardner’s op-ed column in Sunday’s paper soliciting help to get the BLM moved to the west. I assume the senator would be promoting Colorado as the ideal choice. What nonsense! ...


Email Letters: July 24, 2017

By Staff

Workshop a great start to reducing ugly social trait of child abuse The numbers in Erin McIntyre’s report, “Parental assistance the goal of workshop,” are alarming. Three hundred children were placed outside their homes by ...


Printed Letters: July 23, 2017

By Staff

Health care should be about the patients The debate over our nation’s broken health-care system can be extremely personal and contentious, but as our nation’s leaders struggle with this issue I hope they concentrate on making the ...


Email Letters: July 21, 2017

By Staff

A bike tax could go to improve cycling community, access, and education As a Libertarian I am primarily a low tax kind of guy, but in the case of Sen. Ray Scott’s idea of bicycle taxation I come down more in support than against it. To ...


Printed Letters: July 21, 2017

By Staff

Don’t blame budget woes on accounting firm Commissioners should not be angry with the Chadwick accounting firm for the county’s capital budget woes. Any rational person would understand an $8 million debt from an insolvent ...


Page 1 of 378




TOP JOBS




THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Advertiser Tearsheet
Information

© 2017 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy