Letters

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Email letters, October 28,  2013

By Staff

Amendment 66 supports teachers, students, schools There seems to be a lot of “Monday morning quarterbacking” going on lately regarding the school board elections. I looked it up to make sure I understand what it is: “one who ...


Printed letters, October 27, 2013

By Staff

I find fault with The Daily Sentinel’s logic in supporting Amendment 66 in its editorial of Oct. 20. For one, you state that the tax hit will be small for most county residents. However, the tax hit is large (especially since it opens ...


Email letters, October 25,  2013

By Staff

School board race ‘purely partisan’ Well, it’s confirmed. The District 51 board election is purely partisan. The Republican women endorsed a slate of candidates, and now the Republican Party has an ad in the Sentinel ...


Email letters, October 24,  2013

By Staff

  Support for Amendment 66 is illogical in several ways I find fault with your logic in supporting Amendment 66 in several areas. For one, you state that the tax hit will be small for most county residents. However, the tax hit is large ...


Printed letters, October 25, 2013

By Staff

Columnist Jim Spehar could barely contain his glee over another employer pulling up stakes, while displaying his incomprehension of how business and the economy works. Shell did not abandon its oil shale project to reinvest in other ...


Printed letters, October 24, 2013

By Staff

The Connect for Health Colorado website is complicated and should be simplified for easy use. As a teacher for the Delta literacy program through our library, I was among those assigned the task of being familiar with this site to help our ...


Email letters, October 23,  2013

By Staff

Give ACA time, patience that other vast programs required The Affordable Healthcare Act, ACA or Obamacare, is having a rough roll-out. If we had the estimated $24 billion (that’s billion with a B) the American economy lost due to the ...


Email letters, October 22,  2013

By Staff

United Nations Day worth observing A new poll out this week has found that nearly 9 in 10 voters believe it’s important for the U.S. to maintain an active role in the United Nations. I’m one of them. As we approach United Nations ...


Printed letters, October 22, 2013

By Staff

On behalf of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, I would like to thank Sheriff Jim Matthews of Kershaw County, South Carolina, for taking the time to write to the Grand Junction Sentinel and express his thoughts about the recent poaching case ...


Email letters, October 21,  2013

By Staff

Tea party Republicans must learn to play by the rules This letter is in reference to Rep. Tipton’s commentary regarding the disastrous government shutdown by the tea party Republicans, which he supported, that the damage to our country ...


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