Letters

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Printed letters, February 6, 2014

By Staff

I recently came across a Daily Sentinel editorial a few weeks back complaining about all the ballot initiatives that are soon to go onto the ballot. The editorial said that it’s such a hassle that we should set tougher restrictions for ...


Email letters, February 5, 2014

By Staff

Given rich energy resources, oil and gas industry here to stay I felt obligated to respond to the notion that the oil and gas industry in Colorado is simply a fly-by-night industry, as its recent actions in our state indicate otherwise. This ...


Printed letters, February 5, 2014

By Staff

I want to reply to Harmon Lisnow’s recent letter. I understand there will always be individuals who believe corporations and the wealthy are inherently evil. It is concerning how the balance in this country has shifted and the prevailing ...


Email letters, February 4, 2014

By Staff

City should do better job of removing snow Is it a good thing that there is free parking on Main Street downtown? You betcha! Now wouldn’t it be nice if the parking in front of the stores on the south side of the street had the ice ...


Printed letters, February 4, 2014

By Staff

The League of Women Voters of Mesa County has historic, established public policy positions about protecting air quality and supporting industry growth. Our position is in line with the league’s statewide position to support measures ...


Email letters, February 3, 2014

By Staff

Wright’s stance on rights of gun owners is out-of-date Regardless of their interpretation of militias and arms-bearing rights, all the responsible gun owners I know care about safety. But Rep. Jared Wright, in his crusade not to limit ...


Printed letters, February 2, 2014

By Staff

This letter responds to a recent press release from the environmental group, Center for Western Priorities, which asserted that Colorado has a “spill problem” because 495 oil and gas spills occurred statewide last year. At least ...


Email letters, January 31, 2014

By Staff

America must return to days of accomplishing great goals It’s 3 a.m., and as I sit undisturbed by the noise of the world, I consider its problems during this time of extreme transition at the beginning of the 21st century. I grew up ...


Email letters, January 30, 2014

By Staff

Valley offers treasure trove of ways to make, hear music “Music speaks what words cannot express.” We may not know who first said this, but we do know it is true. Making and listening to fine music transports our soul and ...


Printed letters, January 31, 2014

By Staff

I must respond to Marcia Neal’s comments about environmentalists being entirely at fault for the oil and gas industry leaving the Western Slope. Regulations are not the main reason the industry is leaving. Economics are the main reason. ...


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