Letters

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Printed letters, Nov. 9, 2011

By Staff

Thank you for The Daily Sentinel’s excellent series of articles covering the Oil Shale Symposium a few weeks ago in Golden. One of the articles, “Oil shale boom would come with challenges, speakers say,” mentioned my remarks ...


Email letters, Nov. 8, 2011

By Staff

Public trustee should be commended Public congratulations are due Paul Brown, our public trustee. The American system is great because it is driven by the competitive obtaining and keeping business. I understand The Daily Sentinel’s ...


Printed letters, Nov. 8, 2011

By Staff

Students did great job with production I recently had the opportunity to help build a set for the Grand Junction High School production of “Arsenic and Old Lace.” I have been involved in theatre and dance for many years, and this ...


Email letters, Nov. 7, 2011

By Staff

Balance is needed between industry and conservation Our county has been hard hit by the recession. What this county has is a growing gas industry that likes to be known as jobs. This county felt the jobs promise in the early 1980s. Jobs, in ...


Printed letters, Nov. 6, 2011

By Staff

Restore funding to the local museum We moved to Grand Junction from Columbia, Md., slightly over two years ago. A large part of our decision were the cultural opportunities in Mesa County. We have joined the Grand Junction Symphony and The ...


Printed letters, Nov. 3, 2011

By Staff

Denny Herzog’s commentary on the current frustration of Americans differs from my own. I support the tea party, but do agree that a large number of people are neither with Occupy Wall Street nor with the tea party. Unfortunately, a ...


Email letters, Nov. 3, 2011

By Staff

Oil shale is an inefficient energy source The Oct. 18 article titled “Oil Shale on brink of ‘renaissance’” is incomplete at best and misleading at worst. It reports remarks made by various presenters and attendees at ...


Printed letters, November 3, 2011

By Staff

Some taxes are OK. For instance, the first federal gas tax, four cents, was levied by Congress during the mid-‘50s for the express purpose of building the interstate highway system. Few objected to that, and after 38 years, the last ...


Email letters, Nov. 2, 2011

By Staff

Keep airport board free from politics While I whole heartedly support replacing Councilmember Bill Pitts on the Grand Junction Regional Airport Commission, as a former mayor and past airport commissioner, I must question the City ...


Printed letters, Nov. 2, 2011

By Staff

The government has figured out how to get rid of all those foreclosed houses. Now, with only a little down and a so-so credit score, you can buy a home. This seems to have many flaws: ✓ It comes close to replicating the environment ...


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