Letters

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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 ...


Printed letters, May 8, 2012

By Staff

Upon reading the column written by Greg Trainor recently in The Daily Sentinel, I did not know whether to guffaw or cry. He talked about issues with water and how the city has is addressing them. He did not, however, address the elephant in ...


Email letters, May 7, 2012

By Staff

Chen editorial was a partisan cheap shot Did the writer of the May 5 editorial pay any attention to world news that, admittedly, takes place outside of Happy Valley? Where exactly did Secretary of State Clinton, and by extension, the ...


Email letters, May 7, 2012

By Staff

Chen editorial was a partisan cheap shot Did the writer of the May 5 editorial pay any attention to world news that, admittedly, takes place outside of Happy Valley? Where exactly did Secretary of State Clinton, and by extension, the ...


Printed letters, May 5, 2012

By Staff

I’ve been perplexed by the continuous battles about the future of oil shale in Colorado highlighted in recent newspaper articles. I started in the oil shale industry in Garfield County in the 1950s, worked on oil shale projects here ...


Email letters, May 4, 2012

By Staff

Obama’s plan is for more taxes Have you noticed the only difference between President Obama’s Buffett Plan and a nice restaurant’s buffet plan is a “T.” The additional “T” must stand for additional ...


Printed letters, May 5, 2012

By Staff

I’ve been perplexed by the continuous battles about the future of oil shale in Colorado highlighted in recent newspaper articles. I started in the oil shale industry in Garfield County in the 1950s, worked on oil shale projects here ...


Printed letters, May 4, 2012

By Staff

The Recent exoneration of Robert Dewey for the murder of Jacie Taylor in 1994 is a considerable substantiation in the argument for eliminating capital punishment. We can be thankful that he was acquitted of first degree murder by the jury in ...


Printed letters, May 3, 2012

By Staff

The recent discussions in The Daily Sentinel on radiation exposure in western Colorado, while somewhat informative, do a great disservice to the average citizen by dismissing the true risk and consequence of radiation exposure. The quotes from ...


Email letters, May 2, 2012

By Staff

Why can’t political ads offer anything positive? I am so discouraged watching the anti-president ads on TV, to know our country has come to this sort of ugly dialogue. Above all, people placing these ads should be honest in their ...


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