Letters

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Email letters, September 20,  2013

By Staff

Feds missed warning signs shown by Navy Yard gunman . Leave it up to Bill Grant to blame it on guns than to blame the people who failed to see that a person was a danger to himself and others through his confessions of hearing voices and ...


Printed letters, September 20

By Staff

School board elections are to be nonpartisan for a reason. Partisan elections emphasize politics that are not helpful in selecting school board members. Furthermore, party labels distract voters from asking who has the knowledge and skills to ...


Email letters, September 19,  2013

By Staff

Clifton Elementary shows efficacy of grant money The recent comments of some prospective school board candidates should provoke thoughts of a response in a number of serious-minded citizens across the valley. Candidate John Sluder wonders ...


Printed letters, September 19, 2013

By Staff

I read the opinion piece by the executive director of Citizens Climate Lobby, Mark Reynolds, on Sept. 8. In it he expressed his concern about the loss of coal miners’ jobs in a transition to clean-energy jobs. According to Reynolds, ...


Email letters, September 18,  2013

By Staff

Cool down use of hyperbole, accept election outcomes It always catches my eye when a letter to the editor uses the word “tyranny” to describe the actions of a politician (almost always a liberal or Democrat) who works to pass ...


Printed letters, September 18, 2013

By Staff

The Grand Junction City Council made a wise decision in joining Mesa County in just saying “no” to marijuana retail shops. The tax revenues the drug dealers have promised to share with us to build “shiny new schools” ...


Email letters, September 17,  2013

By Staff

Autumn Breeze neighborhood grateful to area professionals The residents and board of directors of the Autumn Breeze Homeowners’ Association would sincerely like to thank all those who responded to the tragedy that was discovered in our ...


Printed letters, September 17, 2013

By Staff

Last Tuesday’s recall results in Colorado Springs and Pueblo were very predictable. Despite being outspent seven-to-one by the opposition, the grassroots, home-grown recall effort succeeded in throwing out of office two very arrogant ...


Email letters, September 16,  2013

By Staff

School children deserve nonpartisan school board The children of Mesa County deserve nonpartisan school board members who do not intend to push their personal political agendas onto the backs of children if they are elected. Without ...


Printed letters, September 15, 2013

By Staff

After reading The Daily Sentinel article on Sept. 11 about the four South Carolina hunters (cowards and crooks), I cannot understand the plea agreement that allows them to be banned from hunting for four years in Colorado, although the article ...


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