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Printed Letters: July 20, 2014

By Staff

Readers disappointed in coverage of King Congratulations to The Daily Sentinel. You were on a witch hunt to get Steve King. You not only provided the noose, you participated in the hanging. It was not (and is not) your job to find him guilty ...


Email letters, July 18, 2014

By Staff

Sentinel’s commentary page unrecognizable Does anyone recognize the commentary page in our beloved old Grand Junction Sentinel? I have concluded that if geographic references and widely known local names were removed, what was once a ...


Printed Letters: July 18, 2014

By Staff

Paonia doesn’t want marijuana business In the Sunday edition of The Daily Sentinel, Andreas Mink wrote a commentary referencing Paonia and the North Fork becoming the Champagne region of cannabis. Mink is a contributor to the Writers on ...


Email letters, July 17, 2014

By Staff

Hamas leaders still don’t get it The conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza brings to mind a quote from former Israel Prime Minister Golda Meir as said to Egypt’s then president, Anwar Sadat when he came to Israel in 1977, ...


Printed Letters: July 17, 2014

By Staff

Brutal attack a reminder to prepare to fight back The article on Tuesday describing the brutal attack and murder of a man in Orchard Mesa is a stark reminder of what can happen in any neighborhood no matter the size or demographic makeup ...


Email letters, July 16, 2014

By Staff

St. Mary’s teams a positive during surgery Wow, St. Mary’s. Thanks so much to many great teams from the entry to the emergency room and operating room to surgeons and physicians. Thanks to the 2nd floor surgical RNs and CNAs for ...


Printed Letters: July 16, 2014

By Staff

Voting, not guns, should be most potent weapon Did no one read the county commissioners’ announcement in the July 3 Daily Sentinel referring to “threats will be tweaked” in the headline? In essence the new policy says guns ...


Email letters, July 15, 2014

By Staff

All Coloradoans should benefit from Colorado River water The Eastern vs. Western Slope arguments regarding the Colorado River are petty and ridiculous. Everyone needs to ask themselves who should benefit most from the river’s water. It ...


Printed Letters: July 15, 2014

By Staff

Judicial decision shows why voting is important Why should you vote? Does it make a difference? Who cares?  After reading the June 28 Daily Sentinel, those questions should be answered. I’m referring, of course, to the federal ...


Email letters, July 14, 2014

By Staff

Sheriff candidate will work to protect Western Slope water One of local channels did a micro-piece on the levels of Lake Mead and Powell in the face of the Eastern Slope trying to make a deal for more water they think they are entitled ...


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