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Printed Letters: April 18, 2014

By Staff

Laws preserving freedom ironically used to limit it It is becoming increasingly difficult to wave off the aggressive efforts of the American Civil Liberties Union regarding the Fellowship Church activity center, panhandling in the city, Ten ...

Email letters, April 17, 2014

By Staff

Once a woman gets pregnant, she must protect a new life A woman has reproductive rights: to get pregnant or not get pregnant. Once that line has been crossed, the game changes. So many talk of law and abiding by the law. All the natural and ...

Email letters, April 16, 2014

By Staff

Obamcare inequities eventually will take down fragile economy Until last October, my family had affordable health insurance with decent coverage. We are a family of four, and we live a healthy lifestyle. We count ourselves blessed to have no ...

Printed Letters: April 16, 2014

By Staff

Lunch Loops under BLM aegis, but city ought to help maintain In the recent past, Grand Junction has largely been ignored as a tourist destination. However, the wine industry, agri-tourism, excellent mountain biking west of Grand Junction and ...

Email letters, April 15, 2014

By Staff

GJSO gave schoolchildren a fine performance of ‘Carmen’ What a wonderful experience to attend the Friday performance of the short version of “Carmen” by the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra for elementary students in ...

Printed Letters: April 15, 2014

By Staff

GJHS process of evaluating teacher was flawed The teachers association actively works to ensure that every student in District 51 is taught by an effective teacher. Reaching the status of “effective educator” is difficult to ...

Email letters, April 14, 2014

By Special to the Sentinel

GJHS administrators didn’t use best-practice evaluation process The teachers association actively works to ensure that every student in District 51 is taught by an effective teacher. Reaching the status of “effective ...

Printed Letters: April 13, 2014

By Staff

County commissioners wisely protect private property rights I appreciate the bold step taken Monday by the Mesa County Board of Commissioners to protect private property rights in the Grand Valley. The urban trails plan erred in making it ...

Email letters, April 11, 2014

By Staff

Bryce Canyon National Park proposal would rein in riding This is one reason I am against the change from monument to park. I believe the people of Mesa County need to read this and think about what they are trying to make happen. I have ...

Printed Letters: April 11, 2014

By Staff

Excessive federal regs drain water companies I read with interest Gov. John Hickenlooper’s comments regarding water at the Club 20 gathering March 28. As he stated, it seems so logical to raise the height of the dams in Colorado so that ...

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