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Printed letters, August 16, 2013

By Staff

In reference to last Friday’s article about Shell holding on to its oil shale research project, even though it’s divesting itself of conventional oil and gas holdings, I would like to thank the company for sticking with what could ...


Printed letters, August 15, 2013

By Staff

In the Sunday Daily Sentinel, a letter writer lamented that radical environmentalists are “winning a clear victory in their ongoing war to prevent the American people from producing one drop of petroleum from our own lands.” Well, ...


Email letters, August 14,  2013

By Staff

State medical society backs governor’s health initiative I’m writing as the pediatric surgeon on the Western Slope and a member of the Colorado Medical Society. Gov. Hickenlooper recently announced the most important and ...


Printed letters, August 14, 2013

By Staff

Lindsey Wilson, one of Environment Colorado’s federal field organizers in Denver, states that we have a problem with carbon pollution. Thus, our leaders are urged to get serious about solving global warming. In Colorado we already have ...


Email letters, August 13,  2013

By Staff

Rifle citizens face difficult decision regarding rec center The citizens of Rifle are tasked with making a difficult decision this election season: Either fund the construction of a recreation center with a .75 percent sales tax increase or ...


Email letters, August 13,  2013

By Staff

Striking balance between energy needs, environmental protection is achievable Concerning the story on Wednesday, Aug. 7, “Feds want plants protected in oil-shale research area,” why is it the default position in recent years to ...


Printed letters, August 13, 2013

By Staff

Believing that facts are beautiful things and often underused, I am compelled to respond to Rick Wagner’s column regarding the upcoming ballot measure for education funding. Wagner’s description of the proposed raises in the ...


Printed letters August 11, 2013

By Staff

Despite winning a clear victory in their ongoing war to prevent the American people from producing one drop of petroleum from our own lands, radical environmentalists are back where they feel most at home — not in the woods, or the ...


Email letters, August 9,  2013

By Staff

Sierra Club’s latest lawsuit shows its true colors The latest lawsuit filed by the Sierra Club and its subsidiaries reveals those organizations as being malicious and unreasonable, rather than honest stewards of the environment. An AP ...


Printed letters, August 9, 2013

By Staff

Jim Spehar’s coumn this week is a perfect example of the bias of the left. Spehar’s definition of compromise is: “You choose my way or you are biased,” as was apparent in his opinion on the recent school board ...


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