Letters

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Printed letters, September 16, 2012

By Staff

As a member of the City Council that initially ruled on the Brady Trucking zoning request, I must rise in defense of the current council’s decision to ask the community’s opinion. Public input on important issues is always ...


Email letters, Sept. 14, 2012

By Staff

Council correctly asks for Brady Trucking vote As a member of the council that initially ruled on the Brady Truck zoning request, I must rise in defense of the current council’s decision to ask the community’s opinion. Public ...


Printed letters, September 14, 2012

By Staff

After a long night of darkness, Scott McInnis has resurfaced on the Commentary page of Sept.12. There, he castigates Colorado National Monument management for denying permission for a bicycle race through a four-mile section of the ...


Email letters, Sept. 13, 2012

By Staff

Monument marathon could be nixed for two reasons for saying no to cycling race After a long night of darkness, Scott McInnis has resurfaced on the Commentary page of Sept.12. There, he castigates Colorado National Monument management for ...


Printed letters, September 13, 2012

By Staff

I do not understand the whole mindset that would make abortion a deciding factor in our presidential election. We are $16 trillion in debt and adding over $1 trillion a year. The government hasn’t passed a budget for going on four years ...


Email letters, Sept. 12, 2012

By Staff

US could learn lessons about education, health care from other countries The dispute between the Chicago area teachers and the mayor is all over the news. Theoretically, both protagonists want to improve education. This is a response to the ...


Email letters, Sept. 11, 2012

By Staff

Wright could benefit from more education in money management Making this comment short and not rehashing Jared Wright’s somewhat tarnished work-related and personal financial responsibilities history, conveniently blamed on the ...


Printed letters, September 12, 2012

By Staff

The staff at the Mesa County Fairgrounds is excited to be presenting to the community a new draft business analysis of the fairgrounds operations. This evening we are hosting an open house to share with the public this analysis of several ...


Email letters, Sept. 10, 2012

By Staff

Suicide prevention month a good time to reflect on the power of a kind word or deed We welcome September with its myriad of activities promoting wellness, education and health. Particularly we are grateful for this month’s designation ...


Email letters, Sept. 7, 2012

By Staff

President’s ‘incomplete’ grade reflects lack of leadership Our president this week gave himself a grade of “incomplete” for his performance as president. As a state senator in Illinois, he voted ...


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