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Printed letters, November 5, 2013

By Staff

George Santayana said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” On the day President Obama pushes for amnesty, The Daily Sentinel has an editorial calling for the very same thing. We already have an ...


Email letters, November 4,  2013

By Staff

Say “no” to Amendment 66 I generally do not like tax increases, but Amendment 66 has particular impacts not being mentioned in the media blitz. The “$133 per year” is misleadingly based on a taxable income of $45,000 ...


Printed letters, November 3, 2013

By Staff

My daily ritual when opening The Daily Sentinel is to recall words from a hit song by Anne Murray back in 1983, “I sure could use a little good news today.” Well, my wish was granted Oct. 23, when I quickly skipped to Page 2 and ...


Email letters, November 1,  2013

By Staff

Amendment 66 is not the solution for creating educated workforce As an advocate for economic development, I’ve learned that an educated workforce is an vital community element to any new or growing business. Likewise, a strong and ...


Printed letters, November 1, 2013

By Staff

I write concerning the desire of school board members Jeff Leany and Ann Tisue to bash and smash the Mesa Valley Education Association — as well as those overpaid, under-performing, non-right-thinking teachers — with the aid of our ...


Email letters, October 31,  2013

By Staff

Union members just want to make decent wage I have been reading in The Daily Sentinel the last couple of weeks about the teachers’ union and the curriculum being taught. I don’t believe the union picks what is to be taught or how ...


Printed letters, October 31, 2013

By Staff

The articles concerning the District 51 school board election demonstrate a fevered interest in what kind of influence is being peddled. Much has been made of the donation to the three reform candidates by someone from the Front Range who ...


Email letters, October 30,  2013

By Staff

Travel management areas are replete with hiking opportunities Quiet users have the freedom to enjoy all of the 1.4 million acres in the Grand Junction and Dominguez Escalante National Conservation Area travel management areas. Let’s ...


Printed letters, October 30, 2013

By Staff

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 criticizes or passes judgment from a position of ...


Email letters, October 29,  2013

By Staff

EPA to discuss limiting coal plant emissions in Denver hearing Wednesday Why is the EPA trying to destroy America’s coal industry? That’s the only conclusion I can come to after hearing about the agency’s plan to further ...


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