Letters

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Email letters, April 13, 2012

By Staff

There is a growing need for affordable housing The story about a proposed housing complex near Patterson and 28 Road outlines the community’s need for more affordable housing units. Unfortunately, the term “low-income” has ...


Printed letters, April 13, 2012

By Staff

Those were three very interesting letters in the April 8 edition of The Daily Sentinel. The long term cost per kilowatt hour of wind power from existing technology, as Randy Litwiller inferred, may be expected to keep it out of reach of ...


Email letters, April 12, 2012

By Staff

Wagner is wrong about Secretary of State Rick Wagner’s April 5 column shows confusion while attempting to lionize the Secretary of State’s office as a lone outpost with loner Secretary Scott Gessler saddling up and riding the same ...


Printed letters, April 12, 2012

By Staff

Rick Wagner’s column regarding Secretary of State Scott Gessler exemplifies what is wrong with the “block the vote” movement in the GOP. Democracy flourishes only when the greatest number of people are engaged and interested ...


Email letters, April 11 2012

By Staff

Our limited water shouldn’t be used for oil shale development and fracking In an environment where the Eastern Slope believes the Flaming Gorge diversion is a done water deal, taking more of the high-altitude pristine waters from the ...


Printed letters, April 11, 2012

By Staff

I usually find The Daily Sentinel’s editorial columns balanced and logical. But the reasoning that BLM recreational-use rules are equivalent to oil and gas rules is just not fair or honest. Drilling may affect the long-term health, ...


Printed letters, April 10, 2012

By Staff

I usually find The Daily Sentinel’s editorial columns balanced and logical. But the reasoning that BLM recreational-use rules are equivalent to oil and gas rules is just not fair or honest. Drilling may affect the long-term health, ...


Email letters, April 10, 2012

By Staff

Armed services are government entities that operate proficiently Since I’m unaware of any response, I must assume that no one took the bait contained in my letter to the editor published April 5. While I always appreciate feedback, ...


Printed letters, April 10, 2012

By Staff

Reinhold Niebuhr, esteemed Christian theologian of a few generations ago, began his two-volume work on the “Nature and Destiny of Man” with this observation: “Man has always been his own most vexing problem. How shall he ...


Email letters, April 9, 2012

By Staff

Wait until the management plan updated I usually find The Daily Sentinel’s editorial columns balanced and logical. But the reasoning that BLM recreational-use rules are equivalent to oil and gas rules is just not fair, or honest. ...


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