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Email letters, March 3, 2014

By Staff

Fracking protestors ought to walk to work I am a 90-year-old World War II vet who fought in the Battle of the Bulge. I am amazed at the number of letters to the Sentinel about the air quality and fracking in our area. I hope those people ...


Printed letters, March 2, 2014

By Staff

Settle for mediocrity or seize opportunity I have watched people’s reactions to changing the status of Colorado National Monument to a national park. It’s like an Old West gunfight, but the shots are words, hurtful things lacking ...


Email letters, February 28, 2014

By Staff

Kudos to Teresa Coons for role in new oil and gas regulations Thanks to the recent 8-1 vote by Colorado’s Air Quality Control Commission, as well as the active participation of scores of concerned citizens, physicians, organizations and ...


Printed letters, February 28, 2014

By Staff

Changes in demographics have created opportunities in all facets of life. Change is difficult to accept because it challenges our comfort zone. We need to recognize these opportunities, overcome obstacles and take advantage by exploring ways ...


Email letters, February 27, 2014

By Staff

R-5 team deserves congrats for mock trial performance Attorneys Stephanie Fairbanks and Megan Marlatt from the Office of the Colorado Public Defender and I would like to extend our congratulations to the R-5 High School mock trial team who ...


Printed letters, February 27, 2014

By Staff

I appreciate The Daily Sentinel’s coverage of the panhandling ordinance that was passed by our City Council Wednesday. The day after Wednesday’s council meeting, you followed up with another article that included some of my ...


Email letters, February 26, 2014

By Staff

Parents who smoke marijuana must shield kids from effects When I first learned that marijuana had been legalized in Colorado, my initial reaction was:  “My life is really happy without marijuana, but I guess if there are some ...


Printed letters, February 26, 2014

By Staff

Of course, the school district had to push the kindergarten age back. When you start school two-thirds of the way into summer, you can’t have the little ones starting school before they are five. It wouldn’t be a problem if the ...


Email letters, February 25, 2014

By Staff

Silt town trustee candidate promises dog park improvements Silt is growing but still has a very tight operating budget.  One of my main goals is to improve the Silt dog park, which many residents, visitors, fisherman, boaters and dogs ...


Email letters, February 24, 2014

By Staff

Luckily, Wright soon to lose peace officer certification So, Rep. Jared Wright explains his unattended handgun incident at the capitol by asserting that he is a peace officer allowed to carry in that environment. He also feels a ...


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