Letters

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Printed letters, December 25, 2013

By Staff

This letter is written on behalf of the approximately 500 local members of the Grand Valley Audubon Society. We encourage the BLM to implement the greatest possible protection to ensure the future for sage-grouse and other species relying on ...


Email letters, December 24, 2013

By Staff

Airport board, Tippetts must bear responsibility Regardless of the good that Rex Tippetts accomplished as director of aviation at Grand Junction Regional Airport, his legacy may well offset any gains made during his tenure. That legacy must ...


Printed letters, December 24, 2013

By Staff

While watching TV news recently, I saw that “many” child-care centers are upset with what the city charges for the STARS program, and some said seven centers closed during the summer because of the cost-effectiveness of STARS. I ...


Printed letters, December 22, 2013

By Staff

Good to know that your new columnist, Mike Littwin, can “almost make out the wink” in County Sheriff John Cooke’s voice. I can almost make out the wink in Littwin’s voice throughout his column. Now that Littwin has the ...


Email letters, December 20, 2013

By Staff

Sheriffs are just following federal government’s example I found Mike Littwin’s column in the Dec. 19 edition interesting. He seems a bit perplexed as to why several county sheriffs will not enforce recent knee-jerk gun control ...


Printed letters, December 20, 2013

By Staff

For those who say conservatives have no health reform plan of their own, I submit that: ✓ Our complex system of health care has a unique impact on rural areas. ✓ Small businesses and individualism form the backbone of ...


Email letters, December 19, 2013

By Staff

City’s LED lights cut substantial energy usage I couldn’t believe the recent letter complaining about the LED lights being used downtown. Yes, some are a bit less bright, but they all save approximately 90 percent in energy used. ...


Email letters, December 18, 2013

By Staff

Improving national health while paring cost is valid goal In an apparent fit of automatic selfishness in his letter published Dec. 18, Tim Carruthers argues against the general insurance principle that a larger population pool can make lower ...


Printed letters, December 19, 2013

By Staff

After reading a recent letter by Jerry Halpin, I want to set the record straight about the Oxbow Mine east of Paonia. It is not owned by the “Koch Brothers,” David and Charles. A third brother, William Koch, maintains the ...


Printed letters, December 18, 2013

By Staff

This letter is in regard to the letter to the editor from Nicolle Bowden regarding taxes, the tea party and spending. Speaking for the tea party I represent, I would love to take us back 237 years, not just 50. When the Constitution was ...


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