Letters

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Email letters, Oct. 16, 2012

By Staff

Vote out incumbents in Garfield County Regarding the upcoming elections concerning the board of county commissioners, the voters should be aware of the shortcomings of this governing body. This governing body is set up on a partisan basis ...


Printed letters, October 17, 2012

By Staff

Mail-in ballots are coming out this week and voting will begin. Why will I be voting against Amendment 64? Here are a few reasons. It would amend our state Constitution to legalize marijuana (in opposition to federal law) for a person over ...


Email letters, Oct. 15, 2012

By Staff

Nuclear power too pricey We don’t want any more subsidies for expensive, unsafe nuclear power or dirty coal. We do want a clean energy economy and more jobs. The candidates are not talking about climate change and the need for energy ...


Printed letters, October 16, 2012

By Staff

In the Oct. 2 edition of The Daily Sentinel was an article entitled “State retirement plan in peril, official says.” I would like to respond publicly to two statements attributed to State Treasurer Walker Stapleton, a current PERA ...


Email letters, Oct. 12, 2012

By Staff

Commissioner candidate Justman is quiet but effective So sorry, Daily Sentinel, but John Justman is my choice for District 1, County Commissioner. He is like John Wayne in “The Quiet Man,” always fighting for principles he ...


Printed letters, October 12, 2012

By Staff

Dick Todd claimed in his Oct. 3 letter to the editor in The Daily Sentinel that President Obama’s “first term in office should give us a hint of what is coming is he is re-elected.” True enough. To date: The $814 billion ...


Email letters, Oct. 11, 2012

By Staff

Taxpayer dollars helped Utah vacationers spend money, have grand time in Grand Valley My family and I enjoyed a mini-vacation in Grand Junction last month. We had a good time (and spent a goodly amount of money) in your stunningly beautiful ...


Printed letters, October 11, 2012

By Staff

During a television news story centered on Dan Robinson’s professional legal representation of people who may have violated a law, Ray Scott stated, “They are breaking federal law (and) for anyone to assist them is ...


Email letters, Oct. 10, 2012

By Staff

Expect strategic timing in release of October unemployment number I predicted a number below 8 percent would be reported at this time several months ago. Learning the 7.8 percent number was identical to the number when Obama took office was ...


Printed letters, October 10, 2012

By Staff

In a recent article concerning the race for District 55, Rep. Ray Scott missed the point concerning public education, charter schools and teacher unions. The main difference between charter or private schools and public education is the ...


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