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Email letters, July 20, 2015

By Staff

Please honor those recently departed Over the past two days I have been to two “celebrations of life” memorializing Frank Magee Fisher and Margaret (Peggy) Florence Evans Foster. They were as different as two people can be. How ...


Printed Letters: July 19, 2015

By Staff

Isn’t it time to take a risk with diplomacy in Iran? The Daily Sentinel has been surprisingly silent concerning one of the most significant events in recent years: the negotiated agreement with Iran. The only opinions published by the ...


Email letters, July 17, 2015

By Staff

Isn’t it time to take risk with diplomacy and support negotiated treaty with Iran? The Daily Sentinel has been surprisingly silent concerning one of the most significant events in recent years: the negotiated agreement with Iran. The ...


Printed Letters: July 17, 2015

By Staff

Some issues with PERA pensions go undiscussed I read with a smile your recent positive articles and editorials about the strong financial health and management of PERA. However, I also remember an article you published about a year ago that ...


Email letters, July 16, 2015

By Staff

Mosquito control is doing a great job A couple weeks ago mosquitos at River Bend Park swarmed me. I called mosquito control and asked them to fog a small area. Apparently they did, as you can walk there now. When I was there Monday for over ...


Printed Letters: July 16, 2015

By Staff

Jesus would tell us to love unconditionally Enough! Enough of the shallow, hypocritical diatribes from so-called “Christians” regarding same-sex marriage. As a sociology major in college, I learned that marriage was a social ...


Email letters, July 15, 2015

By Staff

Carbon fee plan a stupendous fraud upon the people of America Amelia Potvin and Mark Reynolds, in their smoothly written July 12 commentary on climate change, propose a “carbon fee and dividend.” They claim this would result in ...


Printed Letters: July 15, 2015

By Staff

Don’t revise Constitution; start educating our students Dr. Henry Bain’s constitutional expertise is very misguided at best. He and his ilk are precisely the problem with our national ignorance of the Constitution as it was written ...


Email letters, July 14, 2015

By Staff

Grammatical laxity in recent Sentinel editorial was unacceptable I’m probably fighting a losing battle here, but frankly do not understand the current propensity for using the pronoun “their” after the subject ...


Printed Letters: July 14, 2015

By Staff

Water plan is key to our long-term economic health The Western Slope doesn’t take water resources for granted. We count on the Colorado River and its tributaries for our local economies, our food, and our very way of life. These water ...


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