Letters

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Printed letters, December 3, 2013

By Staff

Concerning the riverfront, in a late effort to make up for my personal shortcomings, I’m sending the Riverfront Foundation a check and sending this letter to the editor. What could these newcomer commissioners possibly be thinking? The ...


Email letters, December 2, 2013

By Staff

As country slips away, our own agendas are blinding us It’s hard to believe people out there will stand behind the government, no matter how bad it makes the living conditions or job market or even how much you have to pay in taxes or ...


Printed letters, December 1, 2013

By Staff

My reaction to The Daily Sentinel editorial on Nov. 21 was identical to Bill Marvel’s — disbelief, as was that of nearly all general aviation pilots I know, most of whom have stopped flying into Grand Junction at all. My old ...


Email letters, November 29, 2013

By Staff

Wright must run on record, rather than fear of others Pardon me for being a bit incredulous after reading the story about Jared Wright’s dirty politics letter regarding Fletcher and Webb. It must have been a slow news day for the ...


Printed letters, November 29, 2013

By Staff

I can deal with Bill Grant’s columns because his liberal bent is to be expected. I cannot deal with the smart-mouthed and misinformed column by Jim Spehar. To end his column with the comment that he “managed to fill his in-state ...


Printed letters, November 28, 2013

By Staff

The way people and organizations in our community treat homeless children is a terrible sin. The Homeward Bound shelter takes in families for the night. They are fed, allowed to take a shower, and given a bed for the night, but unless a ...


Email letters, November 27,  2013

By Staff

King blames feds for wildfire problem rather than homeowners State Sen. Steve King’s latest offering – “Don’t count on federal landowners to aid in fighting wildfires in Colorado” – epitomizes the ...


Printed letters, November 27, 2013

By Staff

Hunting big game in wild country is one of my lifelong passions. While the time spent tromping around with rifle or bow in impossibly rough off-trail terrain amounts to only a week or two each year, there’s much more to it. The whole ...


Email letters, November 26,  2013

By Staff

Broncos will be fortunate to make it into big game Aw, don’t the Broncos just break your heart? In the second half the Pats played to win the game. The Broncos played to maintain the status quo. Maintaining the status quo ...


Email letters, November 25, 2013

By Staff

Bike lanes create serious safety hazards Where I used to live, bicycle commuting was easier because roads did not have bike lanes. On Monument Road, motorists must swerve into the oncoming lane to miss, cyclists “voting with their ...


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