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Email letters, January 7, 2014

By Debra Dobbins

Taxpayers picked up cost of first lady’s birthday gift I guess two weeks in Hawaii isn’t enough for queen Michelle? She didn’t want to get on the bus home just yet, so I guess we have to deadhead Air Force One back to pick ...


Email letters, January 6, 2014

By Staff

Many more should obtain ‘concealed carry’ permits Incredible! That’s what came to mind when I read what Ken Toltz said. Concealed handguns threaten? Maybe, but it’s usually the one concealed by a criminal that is to be ...


Printed letters, January 7, 2014

By Staff

Two contiguous letters to the editor published in the Jan. 2 edition of The Daily Sentinel expressed a tragic irony. The first recounted the killing of an 14-year-old child by an irresponsible adult parent. The other advocated freedom to ...


Printed letters, January 5, 2014

By Staff

I have always thought of Grand Junction as a safe city with a low crime rate. However, based on the increased number of concealed weapons applications, apparently many residents view Grand Junction as a very dangerous place. I have concerns ...


Email letters, January 3, 2014

By Staff

Diminishing Arctic ice precipitates weird weather Regarding your editorial titled “Mother Nature proves she’s still unpredictable,” a little research can help explain the erratic nature of the weather patterns in North ...


Email letters, January 2, 2014

By Staff

Packing heat hikes risks for problems I have always thought of Grand Junction as a safe city with a low crime rate. However, based on the increased number of concealed weapons applications, apparently many residents view Grand Junction as a ...


Printed letters, January 3, 2014

By Staff

As the Jan. 1 milestone (no pun intended) is upon the state of Colorado, and people throughout many parts of the state will be able to stroll into a retail marijuana pot shop and support local business, that will not be the case here in Grand ...


Printed letters, January 2, 2014

By Staff

Kiana O’Neil, an innocent 14-year-old girl, is shot to death with multiple gunshots by her stepfather, Daniel Meade, as she tries to enter her own home through a window. My question is: Does one not attempt to identify the person ...


Printed letters, January 1, 2014

By Staff

Casey Sheahan, CEO of the innovative clothing company, Patagonia, Inc., believes the process of fracking will damage human health and the environment with consequences for hundreds of years. He points to the chemicals used in fracking that ...


Email letters, December 31, 2013

By Staff

Residents, visitors must know MJ facts You may wonder why AAA Colorado is interested in marijuana policy and legislation. It’s none of AAA Colorado’s business if someone wants to smoke marijuana, or drink alcohol, or take ...


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