Letters

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Email letters, Nov. 23, 2011

By Staff

More than just mountain bikers would benefit from new trails I read Gary Harmon’s article on the Bear Ranch land exchange with interest. I am the director of Gunnison Trails, a non-profit trail advocacy organization based in Gunnison ...


Email letters, Nov. 22, 2011

By Staff

Funding for resource officers should be local In a Nov. 22 editorial, The Daily Sentinel reports that the Sheriff’s Department did not get a federal grant to allow for placing three deputies in local schools as resource officers. The ...


Printed letters, Nov. 22, 2011

By Staff

Salazar is protecting too much federal land There is an upcoming bill in the Senate that would end dedicated funding for the Recreational Trails Program, which has helped off-highway vehicle riders. The RTP program money went to states to ...


Email letters, Nov. 21, 2011

By Staff

Real tea partiers don’t blindly follow any political parties GJ Result is the original tea party that organized the first rally with about 3,000 people attending in Grand Junction on April 15, 2009. They as “bomb throwers” ...


Printed letters, Nov. 22, 2011

By Staff

In response to Marcia Neal’s Nov. 15 letter, I disagree that “only responsible energy development,” is the solution to funding Colorado public schools. Although drilling in the Vermillion Basin may provide short-term funding, ...


Printed letters, November 20, 2011

By Staff

Suthers should support new rules for mercury Throughout the United States there are 25 state attorneys general, including Attorney General John Suthers right here in Colorado, who have signed on to a letter opposing new mercury safeguards ...


Email letters, Nov. 18, 2011

By Staff

Salazar protecting too much land There is an up coming bill in the Senate that would end dedicated funding for the Recreational Trails Program, which has helped off highway vehicle riders. The RTP program money went to states to develop and ...


Email letters, November 17, 2011

By Staff

Tougher sentences needed for sexually assaulting children Recently, it was reported that Roy Lynn Nelson, a former mayor of Delta, was sentenced to a few months in the county jail after having been accused of sexually assaulting a ...


Printed letters, November 18, 2011

By Staff

Conservatives should support Rep. Tipton I am getting really disgruntled with the disgruntled. A year ago, conservatives in Mesa County helped elect a solid tea-party Republican to the U.S. House of Representatives, Scott Tipton. Already, we ...


November 17, 2011 Printed letters

By Staff

Big-time college football should fund higher ed Apparently the world’s oldest profession is thriving at universities across the nation. The revelations in the Nov. 11 column by George Will angered me so much I can barely maintain civil ...


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