Letters

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Printed letters, August 21, 2013

By Staff

Information presented by The Daily Sentinel on Aug. 15 regarding results from District 51’s Transitional Colorado Assessment Program, which was then followed up by an editorial on the subject, justifies my comments and, hopefully, some ...


Email letters, August 20,  2013

By Staff

Combat deadly ovarian cancer by being aware of symptoms September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. The Colorado Ovarian Cancer Alliance urges everyone to wear teal on Friday, Sept. 6 to remind us that ovarian cancer causes more deaths than ...


Printed letters, August 20, 2013

By Staff

The letters to the editor on Aug. 14 made me smile. What a great presentation of the division of opinions regarding “global warming” or “climate change.” You have to love the never-ending parade of ...


Email letters, August 19,  2013

By Debra Dobbins

Law enforcement center provides essential training Being a law enforcement officer or firefighter in our complex, modern world is a demanding and often dangerous profession. For our community, few things are as important as insuring that we ...


Email letters, August 19, 2013

By Debra Dobbins

Law enforcement center provides essential training Being a law enforcement officer or firefighter in our complex, modern world is a demanding and often dangerous profession. For our community, few things are as important as insuring that we ...


Printed letters, August 18, 2013

By Staff

The Aug. 8 article about rounding up wild horses on the Little Book Cliffs range said, “The range can support 90 to 100 horses, but the herd now numbers an estimated 154 head.” There are 154 horses on the range, but the ...


Email letters, August 16, 2013

By Staff

Organizations, volunteers praised for river cleanup Great thanks to Bob Richardson and the Western Association To Enjoy Rivers for organizing the ninth annual “Colorado River Clean Up” float trip. The cleanup was a big success ...


Email letters, August 15, 2013

By Debra Dobbins

Create a happy medium between drilling, protecting Mother Earth There were five governors at the governors’ summit this summer in Aspen. All more or less were sitting astraddle of the fence on the subject of drilling and fracking for ...


Printed letters, August 16, 2013

By Staff

In reference to last Friday’s article about Shell holding on to its oil shale research project, even though it’s divesting itself of conventional oil and gas holdings, I would like to thank the company for sticking with what could ...


Printed letters, August 15, 2013

By Staff

In the Sunday Daily Sentinel, a letter writer lamented that radical environmentalists are “winning a clear victory in their ongoing war to prevent the American people from producing one drop of petroleum from our own lands.” Well, ...


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