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Printed letters, March 11, 2012

By Staff

The commentary by Charlie Quimby on March 4, regarding the joint bus facility, is a breath of fresh air for The Daily Sentinel and its readers. This is real news. The original story previously published focused on the adversarial issues and ...


Email letters, March 9, 2012

By Staff

Prove oil shale technologies before allowing more land for development The barrier to oil shale is the same as it has been for 100 years, the rock itself. Yet the oil industry wants more of our land and tax dollars for their experiments. For ...


Printed letters, March 9, 2012

By Staff

After holding several community budget forums, it seems that the majority of the community supports a four-day school week for District 51. However, I oppose adopting such a drastic measure as a means of cost-savings, primarily given the ...


Email letters, March 8, 2012

By Staff

Government needs an efficiency consultant With the our government engulfed in out-of-control fiscal failure and school districts forced to compromise budgets beyond all reasonable bounds, could there be a common sense solution? Companies ...


Printed letters, March 8, 2012

By Staff

The intensity of our political feelings is costing us the ability to address problems rationally. We have replaced logical problem solving with political rhetoric based in delusions that come from hate. Moneyed interests frame issues according ...


Email letters, March 7, 2012

By Staff

Taxpayers will pay more with loss of intermodal transportation facility The commentary by Charlie Quimby, March 4, regarding the joint bus facility is a breath of fresh air for The Daily Sentinel and the readership. This is real news. The ...


Printed letters, March 7, 2012

By Staff

William Koch and I have similar interests. We are both private property owners. Granted, he may own thousands of acres compared to my few, but we both have the same rights. If I wanted to conduct a legal activity on my private property, of ...


Email letters, March 6, 2012

By Staff

Bill would promote horse racing and video-lottery games Raising, riding and racing horses is as much a part of our western heritage as the cowboy. MC4FF is a coalition of Montrose area business, civic and government leaders working to expand ...


Email letters, March 5, 2012

By Staff

Energy development is necessary Mr. Koch and I have similar interests. We are both private property owners. Granted, he may own thousands of acres compared to my few, but we both have the same rights. If I wanted to conduct a legal activity ...


Printed letters, March 4, 2012

By Staff

It is clear that Kroger, aka City Market, is staying with its heartless corporate decision to abandon its loyal customers at its store at First Street and Orchard Avenue in Grand Junction. Since we can’t convince them to maintain a store ...


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