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Email letters, July 19, 2012

By Staff

Presidential race reminiscent of vaudeville, pro-wrestling Every election cycle, politicians stage a campaign show the likes of which can only be seen in America. For years the show, something between vaudeville and pro-wrestling, has been ...


Printed letters, July 19, 2012

By Staff

In the July 13 edition of The Daily Sentinel, Sherry Cole and Julie Mamo suggested that all of our homeless be referred to as human beings having the right to food, clothing and a safe place to live. This may come as a shock, but I personally ...


Email letters, July 18, 2012

By Staff

Roan Plateau court ruling gives wildlife, Coloradans a second chance The Piceance Basin has been called the mule-deer factory of western Colorado. The truth is, while it still boasts the country’s largest migratory mule deer herd, the ...


Printed letters, July 18, 2012

By Staff

For any voter who agrees that local issues should not be politicized, but rather decided upon with input from all involved without allegiance to certain parties, there is a clear choice for Mesa County commissioner in District 1. Jana Bingham ...


Email letters, July 17, 2012

By Staff

Leane changes party affiliation for sake of political expediency Will the real John Leane please stand up? Leane may be running as “Unaffiliated” for Mesa County commissioner, but I urge The Daily Sentinel and all its readers to ...


Printed letters, July 17, 2012

By Staff

As a result of a partisan fishing expedition that masqueraded as a congressional hearing on forest management in Montrose last May, Rep. Scott Tipton and some of his colleagues have introduced a bill that specifically calls for more state ...


Email letters, July 16, 2012

By Staff

Delta County commissioners ride roughshod over family chicken farm; Roeber asked to state position What a mess the Hostetlers’ chicken farm issue has become all thanks to our supposedly Republican county commissioners. Delta County ...


Printed letters, July 15, 2012

By Staff

Chief Justice John Roberts handed Mitt Romney a huge gift in deciding that the individual mandate was a tax, one that is primarily paid by the middle class. The Affordable Care Act has never seemed very affordable to ordinary people, but we ...


Email letters, July 13, 2012

By Staff

Gerow’s experience, traits make her a strong commissioner candidate For any voter who agrees that local issues should not be politicized, but rather decided upon with input from all involved without allegiance to certain parties, there ...


Printed letters, July 13, 2012

By Staff

We are constantly being reminded by the news media and the water companies to conserve water during the drought this year. But why is it that the city of Grand Junction Parks Department is watering the soccer fields at Canyon View Park during ...


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