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Printed Letters: February 16, 2017

By Staff

Column on Jordan Cove was long overdue Mr. Spehar’s column, “Jordan Cove … ‘The rest of the story’ ” is welcome truth-telling and indeed long overdue. For too long the Sentinel has been a ...


Email Letters: February 15, 2017

By Staff

Standing up to ‘fake news’ accusation was important I wanted to send a note about an article I read in the Huffpost (Feb. 13 by Ryan Grenoble) online about your potential action of suing the senator who called your paper ...


Printed Letters: February 15, 2017

By Staff

Sunday’s editorial 
defense was laughable Mr. Seaton, you want an example of your paper in the fake news business? Let us go back to the Donald Trump, Jr. rally and the reporting of the attendance by Charles Ashby. Mr. Ashby was ...


Email Letters: February 14, 2017

By Staff

Ignoring or distorting the facts does not alter the truth I wish to thank The Daily Sentinel and its editor, Jay Seaton, for standing up to Sen. Ray Scott. The truth shall set you free. The Republicans have continually lied to the American ...


Printed Letters: February 14, 2017

By Staff

BLM methane rule 
deserves full support Like many landowners in western Colorado, we grow hay and a large vegetable garden. It is hard work, but being outside has its rewards. For one, we get to enjoy the beautiful surroundings where we ...


Email Letters: February 13, 2017

By Staff

Gardner should vote to keep BLM’s methane capture rule Sen. Cory Gardner should vote to keep the BLM’s new methane capture rule. Based on the highly successful and industry-supported Colorado methane capture rule, the new ...


Printed Letters: February 12, 2017

By Staff

BLM’s methane rule is a sensible approach It gave me a good chuckle over the weekend when I came across an opinion piece by a prominent representative of the oil and gas industry. In it, they claim that the BLM’s methane rule ...


Email Letters: February 10, 2017

By Staff

Grand Valley lost a leader in the Riverfront Trail project With the passing of Helen Traylor, the Grand Valley lost a leader in the Riverfront Project. A strong advocate for the creation of wildlife sanctuaries along the banks of the Colorado ...


Printed Letters: February 10, 2017

By Staff

Roundabout education, enforcement necessary I navigate roundabouts on average five times a day and approximately 98 percent of vehicles using them do not signal. Signaling is just one of many problems I observe and it should not be the only ...


Email Letters: February 9, 2017

By Staff

The real facts on BLM’s natural gas waste rule The Western Energy Alliance’s Kathleen Sgamma (“Industry is fixing methane leaks on its own,” Feb. 5) is entitled to her opinion, however she is not entitled to her own ...


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