Letters

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Email Letters: September 15, 2017

By Staff

Account of courageous youth was heartbreaking Ms. McIntyre’s compassionate accounting of the kindness of the educators in Orchard Mesa Middle School in honoring young Mark Barniville broke this old Marine’s combat hardened heart. ...


Printed Letters: September 15, 2017

By Staff

Vote yes on 3A and 3B to support D51 students Every morning, the students at Fruita Middle School say the Pledge of Allegiance in classrooms. On the last day of school every year, it is our tradition for the 600-plus students and staff to ...


Email Letters: September 14, 2017

By Staff

By becoming a sell-out, Hillary Clinton lost the power to lead What Really Happened? Hillary continually deludes herself that she is viable, despite the fact that she lives in a bubble between her truly noble ideals and the reality of getting ...


Printed Letters: September 14, 2017

By Staff

Help keep the history of CAF plane alive The world we live in is constantly changing; but if we forget where we have been, do we lose our way? There are people here in Grand Junction devoted to preserving a piece of our history that is a ...


Email Letter: September 13, 2017

By Staff

We need to hold constructive conversation between oil and gas industry and citizens Why can’t we move ahead from the same old industry assertions that “oil and gas industry is good for our economy,” “regulations ...


Printed Letters: September 13, 2017

By Staff

Law enforcement officers need support EMT, fireman, sprinter (while wearing 30 pounds of gear), marriage counselor, child and adult psychologist, conflict resolution specialist, sharpshooter, expert driver, hostage negotiator, accident ...


Email Letters: September 12, 2017

By Staff

Putting a price on carbon will pay great dividends Your editorial, “It’s always sunny in Mesa County,” noted that our region ought to be looking relatively attractive right about now to industries concerned about hurricanes ...


Printed Letters: September 12, 2017

By Staff

Funding public safety a 
community investment I’ve been a small business owner in this valley for over 30 years. I am now I semi-retired and living on even less income, so I understand the financial concern over adding more taxes. ...


Email Letters: September 11, 2017

By Staff

Police and sheriff’s offices should continue to attend to public relations First, vote yes on the sheriff’s and DA’s ballot issue. They are only trying to protect us. Beyond that, vote yes on every revenue improvement issue ...


Printed Letters: September 10, 2017

By Staff

Support a tax increase for public safety We retired in the Grand Valley for the same reasons many of us have — the mild climate, the spectacular views, the friendly neighbors and the relative peace and quiet. Unfortunately, that peace ...


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