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Printed letters, January 19, 2014

By Staff

It was great to read that Grand Junction is 19th best on the Kaufmann Association list of “Hotbeds of Tech Startup.” That is good news for our town. Surely lists like this one and “Best Places to Retire” are good ...


Email letters, January 17, 2014

By Staff

Clapper’s lying to Congress denigrates founders’ vision Why should James Clapper, Obama’s director of National Intelligence, be prosecuted for lying to Congress about the NSA, which is a felony? The central tenet of ...


Printed letters, January 17, 2014

By Staff

Somehow, I didn’t expect a politician to come out in favor of air pollution, but Rep. Ray Scott has. Maybe that takes a special kind of courage. As we slowly move to Mesa County, we are learning about local pols. The learning process ...


Email letters, January 16, 2014

By Staff

FBI airport raid uncovers board’s lack of oversight As reported in The Daily Sentinel on Jan 15, the Airport Authority board now wants a “do-over” on the grant application for the airport’s new building, bringing the ...


Printed letters, January 16, 2014

By Staff

A recent letter to the editor stated that global warming has caused Arctic sea ice to melt, which in turn has caused the adjacent continents to be colder and snowier then “usual.” If this is true, then in the recent past, with ...


Email letters, January 15, 2014

By Staff

New vehicle owners urged to speak up about inequity in fees I recently came across something that made me unhappy. I saw a registration for a brand-new rental vehicle. The registration fee, ownership tax and title fee for this vehicle totaled ...


Email letters, January 14, 2014

By Debra Dobbins

Rep. Scott must be unaware of Western Slope’s foul air This letter is in reference to Rep. Ray Scott’s recent op-ed piece, “Western Slope residents must fight Air Quality Control Commission” because the rules are based ...


Printed letters, January 14, 2014

By Staff

Incredible! That’s what came to mind when I read what Ken Toltz said. Concealed handguns threaten? Maybe, but it’s usually the one concealed by a criminal that is to be feared. Does he really believe that a criminal will care in ...


Email letters, January 13, 2014

By Staff

City’s many accomplishments refute recent editorial’s premise On Jan. 1 The Daily Sentinel ran an editorial entitled, “Local governments must dare greatly.”  Since that editorial, various columns and letters to ...


Printed letters, January 12, 2014

By Staff

In light of the numerous assignments to various panels and committees that require our county commissioners’ dedication and direction, is it time to suggest that Mesa County would benefit from having five members of the Board of ...


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