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Email letters, August 30,  2013

By Debra Dobbins

Tomlinson commnded for keen capture of nature I want to thank Christopher Tomlinson for the magnificent photos he has presented in The Daily Sentinel through the years, but, especially, the photos, “Droplets Reflect Sunflowers” ...


Printed letters, August 30, 2013

By Staff

To all of you out there who think you’re being treated like a redheaded stepchild and want to secede from the state of Colorado, here are some of your burdens as a new state: ✓ Creating and maintaining a criminal justice system: ...


Email letters, August 29,  2013

By Staff

Consider many moral, economic benefits of composting yard waste As we approach another open-burning season, I ask those who are planning on burning their yard waste to consider hauling it to the Mesa County landfill composting facility ...


Printed letters, August 29, 2013

By Staff

Without solid evidence, one can have reasonable doubts that President Bashar al-Assad initiated the nerve gas attacks reported in Syria. An Alawite Muslim and despot, he is less oppressive than his father, Hafez al- Assad. He has ...


Email letters, August 28,  2013

By Staff

Good Samaritan Clinic thanks good Samaritans in community The Good Samaritan Clinic recently found itself in need of a new home. In June, we moved from our location on Patterson Road to a space donated by Mesa County Public Library District ...


Printed letters, August 28, 2013

By Staff

On behalf of the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce, I would like to publicly thank and acknowledge the work done by Sens. Mark Udall and Michael Bennett to help one of the Grand Valley’s job creators. As noted in the Aug. 23 ...


Email letters, August 27,  2013

By Staff

UN must precisely identify those using nerve gas in Syria Without solid evidence, one can have reasonable doubts that President Bashar al Assad initiated the nerve gas attacks reported in Syria. An Alawite Muslim and despot, he is less ...


Printed letters, August 27, 2013

By Staff

After 9/11, the timber industry was asked to be very vigilant, since terrorists could start forest fires to consume first-responder resources, to cause economic damage and/or to cover or enable other dangerous activities. So far this year, ...


Email letters, August 26,  2013

By Staff

Draw more people into county by emphasizing positive news The “Tackling Tourism” report in Sunday’s business section emphasizes that Mesa County lags behind the state in tourism dollars and tries to answer the question ...


Printed letters, August 25, 2013

By Staff

I am responding to Bill Grant’s most recent column regarding William “Bill” Koch. Businessmen and job creators are essential to the success and future of this country. Bill Koch is one of the largest private employers in ...


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