Letters

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Printed letters, July 26, 2012

By Staff

School buildings are being readied for the 2012-13 school year, personnel openings are being filled or have been filled, despite serious budget restraints. But otherwise, all seems quiet on the education scene. But that isn’t the ...


Email letters, July 25, 2012

By Staff

Founding Fathers would be appalled at America’s gun culture On April 18, my letter was published in the Sentinel estimating that 1.5 million lives have been lost to gun violence since 1940, based on actual historical data. My letter was ...


Printed letters, July 25, 2012

By Staff

The Piceance Basin has been called the mule-deer factory of western Colorado. The truth is, while it still boasts the country’s largest migratory mule deer herd, the Piceance Basin has a herd that is less than half of what it was in the ...


Email letters, July 24, 2012

By Staff

Henson-Koenig family extends sincere thanks to all ‘guardian angels’ The family of Andrea Henson-Koenig would like to thank all of the “guardian angels” that came to her rescue on Saturday morning. No one ever expects ...


Printed letters, July 24, 2012

By Staff

The Aurora shooting is yet another enormous tragedy. My heart goes out to the families and friends of those lost. We should be distraught over such senseless waste and callous destruction, but, considering the frequency of the destruction, I ...


Email letters, July 23, 2012

By Staff

GOP uses three-pronged strategy against Democrats The Supreme Court’s health care decision is one month behind us, and while the histrionic displays of emotion exhibited by Republicans have subsided, the radical right has launched its ...


Printed letters, July 22, 2012

By Staff

In The Daily Sentinel article of July 17, it was reported that the City Council and city administrators met to prioritize capital projects. Although the writer did not report it, I would hope that the rebuilding of 28 and 28½ roads and ...


Email letters, July 20, 2012

By Staff

County fair illustrates agriculture’s importance to Grand Valley Congratulations to all the people responsible for making the 125th Mesa County Fair one of the best ever. It brought back memories. Wandering the fairgrounds last ...


Printed letters, July 20, 2012

By Staff

As a member of one of the organizations state Rep. Ray Scott denounced for having instigated Judge Marcia Krieger’s decision, I have to respond to his op-ed piece of July 8. Claiming a need for natural gas and the jobs that drilling for ...


Obama’s ‘you didn’t build it’ slip and Romney’s possible Veep picks

By Josh Penry

Can you imagine FDR, JFK, or LBJ uttering the now infamous phrase turned by BHO last week: “If you have a business — you didn’t build that”? Seriously, sort through the names of Democratic leaders who have risen to a ...


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