Letters

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Email letters, January 21, 2015

By Staff

Charter has been tone deaf to the needs and expectations of local customers Charter Communications is certainly in the news locally, and for good reason. Charter is currently the fourth largest cable company in the country and it will become ...


Printed Letters: Jan. 21, 2015

By Staff

We should consider municipal Internet What company with well paying jobs will come to a place where Internet service is slow, unreliable and expensive? Friends in the valley complain to me about the lousy service they get from Charter. ...


Email letters, January 20, 2015

By Staff

Hilkey was a great sheriff and will serve with equal distinction in his new position When Sheriff Stan Hilkey left the Sheriff’s Office early to accept a position as the Colorado Director of Public Safety, there was no opportunity to ...


Printed Letters: Jan. 20, 2015

By Staff

Police should focus on real crime, not parking violations Recent events in New York City (and other cities) between its citizens and the law enforcement that is hired to “serve and protect” have blanketed many front pages of the ...


Email letters, January 19, 2015

By Staff

Thanks to CMU hockey team and Glacier Ice Arena for hosting children’s coat drive We would like to honor the CMU Men’s hockey team and Glacier Ice Arena for their enthusiasm to partner with Clifton Elementary School in hosting a ...


Thanks to county for standing up to Charter

By The Associated Press

I would just like to send a big thank you to Scott McInnis and the other county commissioners for addressing the Charter Communications issues. Please add my name to the long list of customers who are unhappy with the service from Charter. I ...


Email letters, January 16, 2015

By Staff

Law enforcement should prioritize true crime rather than parking violations Recent events in New York City (and other cities) between its citizens and the law enforcement that is hired to “serve and protect” have blanketed many ...


Printed Letters: Jan. 16, 2015

By Staff

Industry has to speed up enhanced oil recovery It was good to see interest in Mark Smith’s letter on an actual process that should be considered. Enhanced oil recovery has been around for a while. Since the 1970s such things as the use ...


Email letters, January 15, 2015

By Staff

Lack of responsibility for our safety will be Obama’s legacy Seriously? The leader of the liberal loons released five more murdering savages from Gitmo? Five more members of Al-Qaeda from Yemen? Five more killers to attack Europe, ...


Printed letters, Jan. 15, 2015

By Staff

CMU centerpiece of hope for our economic future Recently, Daily Sentinel publisher Jay Seaton wrote an overview of where he believes Grand Junction should be headed and asked readers to respond with ideas of their own. Several writers have ...


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