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Email letters, September 12, 2014

By Staff

Athletes and entertainers often reflect the worst in society So many of our illustrious sports and entertainment “prima donnas” just do not get it. Laws are not for them. Murder, drugs, physical violence, tax evasion, vulgar & ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 12, 2014

By Staff

Cost of disaster would negate nuclear benefits Benefits should equal the cost on any commodity. Food, fuel, and utilities must be made available for consumption by everyone, but if it comes at an unforeseen cost for future consumers, it shows ...


Email letters, September 11, 2014

By Staff

Recent incident highlights police power trip I was out downtown on Friday night. After the bars closed, my friends and I were walking back down the sidewalk. One of my friends was giving another a piggyback ride. They crossed the street (in ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 11, 2014

By Staff

High time for state to take measures on sage-grouse After reading about the latest news in the greater sage-grouse conservation effort (“Letter sparks distrust in sage-grouse, energy dispute”), it seems high time for ...


Email letters, September 10, 2014

By Staff

You Said It blurb provided different conclusions to different people I note with interest those who throw the “hate speech” charge around followed by the “bigoted, intolerant, racist and homophobic” wording when facts ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 10, 2014

By Staff

Immigration essay failed to address some key points The Sentinel’s guest editorial on Sunday by Patricia Amadeo had some interesting lines I felt needed to be addressed.  As every open border advocate must do, Amadeo dredges up the ...


Email letters, September 9, 2014

By Staff

Lamm’s opinion article was a bold reflection on American labor policy Colorado’s former Governor Richard Lamm’s opinion article in the August 31, 2014, Denver Post, “Just Whose Labor Are We Protecting,” was bold ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 9, 2014

By Staff

Conservation will secure Colorado’s water future The Colorado River runs straight through the heart of our valley and is the lifeblood of our community. We rely on water for agricultural production as well as residential and commercial ...


Email letters, September 8, 2014

By Staff

Sound bites about climate change may have no basis in fact Doesn’t the phrase “97 percent of scientists agree on climate,” sound a little suspicious? How did anyone get all scientists together to express an opinion on such a ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 7, 2014

By Staff

Pikeminnow ‘victory’
a waste for taxpayers Congratulations to the powers that be, that got the first pikeminnow to conquer the fish ladder. It only took 10 years, and $4.8 million dollars. It was unbelievable the size of the ...


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