Letters

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Email letters, March 17, 2014

By Staff

Hunger, homelessness precipitate health care needs The Affordable Care Act has been the center of political attention for some time now. Many people are worried about the economic effects of that particular piece of legislation for many ...


Printed Letters: March 16, 2014

By Staff

Feed Europeans, slash costs by slaughtering wild horses In regard to the problem we have with so many horses, wild or domestic, it is not inhumane to kill horses for people to eat. Indians ate them, and earlier settlers such as the Donner ...


Email letters, March 14, 2014

By Staff

Reid puts words into Udall’s mouth No matter how hard the Sentinel and most other newspapers try to build up Sen. Mark Udall’s record, he has been little more than Harry Reid’s ventriloquist dummy for the last four ...


Printed Letters: March 14, 2014

By Staff

Journal of Western Slope only published by Mesa State I was most interested in your recent article on the upcoming new publication by the Museum of Western Colorado. Such a publication is much-needed and has been for some time. That said, I ...


Email letters, March 13, 2014

By Staff

Our oil is running out I’m going to say something that everybody knows yet no one wants to admit. The simple fact is that oil is running out. If you need evidence of this, just look at this new project they are experimenting with. Oil ...


Printed Letters: March 13, 2014

By Staff

Just denting climate change could bankrupt our economy As a retired National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration employee (National Weather Service) of 23 years, I am dismayed at how “climate change” has become such a political ...


Email letters, March 12, 2014

By Staff

Delta County commissioners,  governor acted appropriately Several “facts” in Charles Overstreet’s letter that should be addressed.  Overstreet seems to be out of step.  The egg farm issue is not resolved, it ...


Printed Letters: March 12, 2014

By Staff

Consider “devils in the details” before embracing mine Friday’s optimistic Sentinel editorial — “Promise of mine jobs worth embracing” – aptly chronicles the prospect of eventually (in five years) ...


Email letters, March 11, 2014

By Staff

Delicate Arch parking issue raises red flag for monument The story about parking at the Delicate Arch in Utah’s Arches National Park should be a matter of concern regarding the future of the Colorado National Monument.  If it has ...


Printed Letters: March 11, 2014

By Staff

Will teacher compensation be inspired by innovation? I was privileged to take part in a recent strategic teacher compensation plan meeting attended by School District 51 teachers, paraprofessionals and administrators. The initial phase of ...


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