Letters

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Email letters, May 15, 2012

By Staff

Panel rejecting civil unions bill acknowledges will of the people Your page-one story on the GOP-led panel killing the civil unions bill is good news. At least the Republicans are led by men both moral and religious. Too bad that the Sentinel ...


printed letters, May 15

By Staff

Regarding oil shale development on public lands, I agree with The National Parks Conservation Association that the Bush-era plan be revised, and that the BLM’s preferred alternative allows far too many impacts. We should adopt a ...


Email letters, May 14, 2012

By Staff

Sentinel correct not to report on political rally The Sentinel was correct in not covering the WSCA’s “Flop in the Park” last week. One reason for the poor attendance (160) was poor planning. Friday evening at 4 p.m.? Give ...


Printed letters, May 13, 2012

By Staff

I support the change in designation of Colorado National Monument to a national park. When I moved to Grand Junction in 1973, I lived on the west end of South Broadway. I could stand on my front porch and not see another building. Mesa ...


Email letters, May 11, 2012

By Staff

Sentinel should have covered Tea Party rally I just wanted to concur with Kent Carson’s letter to the editor today. As a consistent financial supporter of The Daily Sentinel, I am very frustrated that this rally was completely ...


Email letters, May 10

By Staff

With all the many factors that make farming in the West difficult, having to deal with the uncertainty around water is probably the most challenging. That’s why a sigh of great relief went up throughout the North Fork Valley when the BLM ...


Email Letters, May 9, 2012

By Bob Silbernagel

BLM plan isn’t right for oil shale development I agree with The National Parks Conservation Association that the Bush-era plan be revised, and that the BLM’s preferred alternative allows far too many impacts. We should adopt a ...


Printed letters, May 10, 2012

By Staff

Serving customers is a basic rule for any company wishing to achieve financial success in business. But today’s Daily Sentinel is now exhibiting a significant blind spot in that regard. Here’s an example: Last week, a friend told ...


Email Letters, May 8, 2012

By Bob Silbernagel

Zero tolerance rears its ugly head again Last week the media reported a story which I believe sends a disturbing message. That is, it’s possible today for absurdity to triumph over common sense. For example, the story was about a ...


Printed letters, May 9, 2012

By Staff

Gosh, I’m going to miss Kathy Jordan. I met Kathy late, just a few years ago, although we had both grown up in what was small-town Grand Junction — the proverbial ships passing in the night. I bought her book, “Heart of ...


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