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Printed letters, January 13, 2013

By Staff

It is very sad when an auto accident takes the lives of pedestrians, but downright tragic when that accident was preventable, long-predicted and entirely unnecessary. The loss of two lives on Highway 65 on Grand Mesa this month is one of those ...


Printed letters, January 11, 2013

By Staff

I think it’s about time Grand Junction and Mesa County put their heads together and begin addressing the air-quality situation. We need the snow. We don’t need the air pollution. It is counterproductive to economic development. ...


Email letters, Jan. 10, 2013

By Debra Dobbins

Remove mental health stigma to create healthier communities   With the start of a new year, let us redouble our efforts to address the lessons of 2012. The pain is still fresh, and we at Colorado West join the rest of the nation in ...


Printed letters, January 10, 2013

By Staff

The Grand Junction City Council is deciding whether to return excess TABOR funds. On Dec. 17, a meeting was held in which council members discussed this topic among themselves. The city has invested substantial funds in technology that allows ...


Email letters, Jan. 9, 2013

By Staff

Adequate signage might have protected two skiers who died With great sadness, I read Tuesday morning that friends Glen and Linda Eyre were the two skiers killed Saturday at County Line. Both were strong skiers and hikers, quiet and ...


Printed letters, Jan. 9, 2013

By Staff

On Dec. 31, the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission staff released a proposal to increase the distance between well sites and buildings to 500 feet anywhere. For wells within 1,000 feet of a building, operators would be required to ...


Email letters, Jan. 8, 2013

By Staff

Secret web of slavery a fact of life in U.S. Thank you for covering stories in the past year regarding an unfortunate situation called human trafficking. Although we often think this happens only in foreign countries, it is also found in the ...


Email letters, Jan. 7, 2013

By Staff

Public/private partnerships would aid in nation building Josh Penry’s recent article about the construction of I-70 was interesting. In it he laments that we no longer attempt such “grand projects.” That’s truly ...


Printed letters, January 8, 2013

By Staff

Thanks for running the column by Tom Purcell regarding the $500 million attached to the Hurricane Sandy aid bill. This money has no relationship to damage caused by Sandy and is a sneaky way to hide unrelated spending to a bill that that helps ...


Printed letters, January 6, 2013

By Staff

Imagine you have a mansion fully attended and ready to fulfill your every wish. You have a contingent of loyal bodyguards who would gladly sacrifice themselves to protect you. You have a housekeeping staff and chefs second to none. You have ...


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