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Email letters, April 26, 2012

By Staff

Will SB 191 change need for administrators? Recently The Daily Sentinel printed an article by Emily Anderson “Cutting administrators bad idea.” The article was well written and informative. It was in reference to the school ...


Printed letters, April 26

By Staff

Let’s get out of politics for a minute when discussing unemployment. I overheard a couple of men talking about the problems they were having in finding a job. According to them, there were no jobs available. Now, in my humble opinion, I ...


Email letters, April 25, 2012

By Staff

Students working to save rainforests I am writing on behalf of 5th grade students in Summit County. We are concerned with the rainforest deforestation dilemma. We are writing this letter in hopes of raising awareness of the impact of this ...


Printed letters, April 25, 2012

By Staff

As an employee of Rio Grande Federal Credit Union, I would like to respond to the story headlined, “Protesters air concerns about credit union.” Let me start with Jim Burkey, since his name was plastered on most of the signs. Jim ...


Email letters, April 24, 2012

By Staff

We can’t forget we live in a desert It seems like it was just the other day (1977) that I sat in on emergency discussions between the three water districts on how to deal with Mesa County’s severe water shortage. Back then, we ...


Email letters, April 23, 2012

By Staff

Separation of church and state is a hoax The concept of separation of church and state is a hoax. It has no validity because government morality is based on universally agreed upon religious morality. Our founders based our Constitution on ...


Printed letters, April 24, 2012

By Staff

After reading the editorial on recently about the Senate not passing a budget for the third year in a row (1,086 days now), and giving Sen. Conrad credit for trying, I had to pause and laugh to stay sane. The fact that the majority leader ...


Printed letters, April 22, 2012

By Staff

As a concerned citizen and resident of Mesa County for over 35 years, I am tired of Denver folks dictating what they believe is good for us. When I first heard about the effort to expand gambling to our great city, I assumed that this must be ...


Email letters, April 20, 2012

By Staff

Heritage Bill undermines long-standing protections Recently, the House of Representatives passed the Sportsman Heritage Bill. Sounds like a great thing for all us hunters and anglers out there, right? Read it in its entirety and spend an hour ...


Printed letters, April 20, 2012

By Staff

Last weekend proved to be a tale of two conventions. In Pueblo, we saw Democrats emerge fired up and ready to go for President Obama. Republicans, on the other hand, came out of Denver deeply divided and still undecided on who to support. I ...


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