Letters

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Printed letters, June 9, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

GVP opposes EPA plan despite solar project Grand Valley Power leaders are appreciative of comments by P.J. Higgins in the June 4 Sentinel, expressing excitement about the Grand Valley Power-GRID Alternatives community solar project. The ...


Email letters, June 9, 2015

By Staff

Colleges need flexibility to serve campus needs I am writing in response to Dr. Kathleen Ruhleder’s printed letter to the editor (May 29) entitled “CMU’s reasoning behind tuition increase is disingenuous.” In the case ...


Email Letters: June 8, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Republicans love anarchy and chaos, too It’s not clear (to me, anyway) just what Mr. Eidson’s letter to the editor (6/4) was meant to be addressing, but the second to last paragraph truly made me think. “[The above] is not ...


Printed Letters: June 7, 2015

By Staff

Why was a plane flying so low in the canyon? I was on my way home to Mesa on May 28 when I saw several damaged autos on the side of the highway.  I figured it must have been a car accident, but then read the paper the next day and learned ...


Email Letters: June 5, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Walmart is everybody’s whipping boy I see we have another letter to the editor protesting Walmart, claiming they are responsible for killing local business. This also goes along with claims that they create unemployment, kill wages, and ...


Printed Letters: June 5, 2015

By Staff

Gay valedictorian’s speech was height of selfishness Valedictorian is gay! Why should we care? The Sentinel’s elated editorial regarding the Roaring Fork High School’s valedictory speech by a student who used the public ...


Email Letters: June 4, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Opt-out movement rooted in confusion Once again, Barbara Ann Smith has confused her facts.  Indeed,  former Governors Roy Romer and Bill Owen, responsible for beginning efforts at accountability,  something communities and ...


Printed Letters: June 4, 2015

By Staff

Solar project sheds light on benefits of renewables Reading this Saturday’s Daily Sentinel, I was excited to hear about the solar project that’s being completed to help power eight low-income homes. The project will cut the power ...


Email letters, June 3, 2015

By Staff

Grand Junction solar project sheds light on benefits of renewables Reading this Saturday’s Daily Sentinel, I was excited to hear about the solar project that’s being completed to help power eight low-income homes. The project ...


Printed Letters: June 3, 2014

By Staff

We face multiple threats from Dept. of Education Another school year has come to an end. The average school calendar includes about 180 days of teacher-student contact. Research suggests that 16-20 days are utilized for state- and federally ...


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