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Printed Letters: Dec. 12, 2014

By Staff

Terminal patients should have right to die in peace Advances in medicine and technology have greatly improved the quality of life for many, but there is also a growing concern about what this can mean as one nears the end of life. Today many ...


Email letters, December 11, 2014

By Staff

Lone tree represents fortitude and love in the middle of the desert Place: On a hill, in the middle of the desert, halfway between Grand Junction and Delta, Colorado Terrain: Windy, clear skies, snow covered Rocky Mountains in the ...


Local influence in land management needed

By Staff

Local influence in land management needed It is amazing to me how people think about their “public lands.” In the 80s we had something called the “Sage Brush Rebellion” caused by an over-reaching government that was ...


Email letters, December 10, 2014

By Staff

Article on Nazi roots was a disgrace to reality The Sentinel’s front page article, “Nazi roots in Indianthusiasm” is a disgrace to reality. Hitler and his Nazi Party were born from pure hatred of Jews all over the world. ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 10, 2014

By Staff

City deserves praise for making use of methane Citizens for Clean Air offers sincere thanks to the Grand Junction City Council for investing in the technology to capture methane created by the Persigo Wastewater Treatment Plant and put it to ...


Email letters, December 9, 2014

By Staff

Local influence in management of public lands may provide more stability It is amazing to me how people think about their “public lands.” In the 80’s we had something called the “Sage Brush Rebellion” caused by ...


Email letters, December 8, 2014

By Staff

Zucchini cartoon disrespectful to police officers I just finished reading the Sunday paper and found myself totally disgusted with the cartoon about the zucchini on page 7B. Who ever agreed to put this in the paper needs to spend a few nights ...


Bipartisanship necessary to protect public lands

By Staff

Bipartisanship necessary to protect public lands In a time when most issues seem to be divided along strict partisan lines, the efforts to protect Hermosa Creek are a welcome change. They’re a shining example that bipartisanship can ...


Email letters, December 5, 2014

By Staff

Police officer’s father thankful for article that highlights cops as helpful and kind I was pleased to see the picture in Thursday’s edition of the Sentinel of the police officer who was helping a young boy select gifts for his ...


Printed letters: Dec. 5, 2014

By Staff

Sentinel should devote some space to rodeo The Daily Sentinel should devote coverage to rodeo and local athletes competing in the event. Apparently, unbeknownst to the beacon of print media commonly known as The Daily Sentinel, the ...


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