Letters

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Printed Letters: May 15, 2014

By Staff

Social Security fund raided, COLAs ‘downright pitiful’ Our government now calls Social Security an entitlement — as though “benevolent” politicians see us as a charitable cause. What they now give out in the form ...


Email letters, May 14, 2014

By Staff

Thurlow will better community as House representative Through the years I have learned that dependable people are hard to find and honest people are even harder to find. When I met Dan Thurlow, I met one of the few people in this world who do ...


Printed Letters: May 14, 2014

By Staff

Family thanks those who attended service On behalf of the combined family of John and Ruth Vanderhoof, I would like to express my appreciation to the following groups and individuals for their presence and participation at John ...


Email letters, May 13, 2014

By Staff

Recent Sentinel articles particularly noteworthy I hope readers noted two very fine pieces in Wednesday’s Sentinel. The Coalition of National Park Service Retirees basically found legally and practically unacceptable several provisions ...


Printed Letters: May 13, 2014

By Staff

Homeless man’s honesty elicits thanks and praise It seems that today most of us are very cynical about the idea of anyone going out of his or her way to help a stranger. I was visiting my sister in Grand Junction over the weekend of May ...


Email letters, May 12, 2014

By Staff

John Penry’s opinions on fracking distorted In Josh Penry’s column, “Anti-vaccine and anti-fracking movements cut from same fabric,” he quotes Mark Twain, (Penry, always trying to show he is so literate and ...


Printed Letters: May 11, 2014

By Staff

Record makes King top choice for sheriff Pennington booster Richard Mack went to Nevada to help defend Cliven Bundy. I now know where Mack stands. You see, he advocated placing women and children on the front lines, a human shield between ...


Email letters, May 9, 2014

By Staff

Americans may be better off sans Dems on Benghazi panel If the Dems decide to boycott the Benghazi panel, this can only be viewed as a good thing. Think about it, five fewer political speeches, objections to every procedure, softball ...


Printed Letters: May 9, 2014

By Staff

Enchanting tour showed the need to protect grouse I really enjoyed reading the Sentinel’s recent front-page coverage of the greater sage-grouse tours led by Conservation Colorado, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and others up in Craig. I ...


Email letters, May 8, 2014

By Staff

Monument’s true colors should be considered if name changed The names being bantered regarding the name change for the Colorado National Monument (Park?) seem inappropriate. The monument rock faces are mostly orange, tan and ...


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