Letters

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Email letters, August 7,  2013

By Staff

SMART Colorado’s stance will bring on MJ black market Nearly a year after Colorado voters made history by legalizing marijuana, local officials across the state are contemplating whether to allow regulated, retail marijuana centers in ...


Printed letters, August 7, 2013

By Staff

Regarding the recent article in The Daily Sentinel that painted the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce in a rather negative light, I believe this was inappropriately written and likely inappropriately researched. Clearly, there are ...


Email letters, August 6, 2013

By Staff

Trust state’s regulations on drilling for gas and oil The environmentalists and other special groups are trying to influence people through hearsay and fear tactics. According to a federal study on hydraulic fracturing, there is no ...


Email letters, August 5, 2013

By Staff

Police officers merit praise for effective detective work This letter is to thank and praise the Grand Junction Police Department and Officer Cal Atkinson and his fellow officers for a job well done. They were able to track down and return to ...


Printed letters, August 6, 2013

By Staff

Like everyone else, I was relieved to hear that a prostitution ring involving children was ended, and that more than a hundred children were rescued — hopefully to be reunited with loving families. The pimps of these child prostitution ...


Printed letters, August 4, 2013

By Staff

Hats off to the local community for its support of the Mesa County 4-H and Future Farmers of America program. Last week Jay Seaton, The Daily Sentinel’s publisher, had an op-ed on buying local. Well, that happened in a tremendous way ...


Email letters, August 2, 2013

By Staff

Supporters of 4-H sale buy local in smart way Hats off to the local community for its support of the Mesa County 4-H and Future Farmers of America program. Last week Jay Seaton, The Daily Sentinel’s publisher, had an op ed on buying ...


Printed Letters, August 2, 2013

By Staff

I read the recent Sentinel article on the mother puma and her two kittens. I don’t know how other people might weigh in on this, but I wonder if the authorities are approaching the issue the right way.  Aren’t ranchers ...


Email letters, August 1, 2013

By Staff

Oil, gas industry thrives while taxpayers lose out on millions In her July 31 letter, Colorado State Education Board Vice-Chairman Marcia Neal attempts to school us on energy extraction, the environment, EPA regulations and educational ...


Printed letters, August 1, 2013

By Staff

In a highly political effort to sugarcoat the insurance exchanges and Affordable Care Act bitter pills, Dr. Michael Pramenko joins the promotion blitz that is occurring across the country. I’ll just take on a couple of many items that he ...


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