Letters

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Printed letters, June 13, 2012

By Staff

I was happy to learn that Grand Junction has received a grant to improve the airport terminal. Then I read that the first thing to be built is a new administration building. What benefit to the airlines or passengers will a new ...


Email letters, June 12, 2012

By Staff

Henry more conservative than Justman I read Josh Penry’s opinion piece on whether John Justman or Ken Henry was the more conservative candidate for county commissioner. I’m not sure what Penry’s definition for conservatism ...


Printed letters, June 12, 2012

By Staff

I love Grand Junction for its blue skies, dramatic vistas and wonderful people. Grand Junction represents the greatness of these United States — a volunteer spirit, a code of service and a sense of community. Those who host the Alpine ...


Email letters, June 11, 2012

By Staff

San Jac president lauds GJ, JUCO, apologizes for two players’ behavior I love Grand Junction for its blue skies, dramatic vistas and wonderful people. Grand Junction represents the greatness of these United States -– a volunteer ...


Printed letters, June 10, 2012

By Staff

So Redlands Water and Power thinks we panicked. With a little warning we could’ve planned for it. People whose watering schedule normally runs over the end of the week and the weekend got to see a front-page article on the same day their ...


Email letters, June 8, 2012

By Staff

Air passengers deserve upgrade more than airport administrators I was happy to learn that Grand Junction has received a grant to improve the airport terminal. Then I read that the first thing to be built is a new administration building. I ...


Printed letters, June 8, 2012

By Staff

You have to be kidding. Josh Penry’s column, “In Colorado political battles Dems have more tanks, better strategy,” feebly and outrageously attempts to make the case that Democrats approach politics as a take-no-prisoners war ...


Email letters, June 7, 2012

By Staff

Woody Walcher makes much of the fact that he is a 45-year resident of Mesa County and a Colorado native. From one who can match both of those qualifications, I have a question for Walcher: Why is it that, in those 45 years, up until about six ...


Printed letters, June 7, 2012

By Staff

While the Reivers celebrated their JUCO championship, many of us witnessed an unbelievable episode of egregious behavior at the end of the championship game when a San Jacinto player physically went after the home plate umpire. The resulting ...


Email letters, June 6, 2012

By Staff

After hearing the nonsense coming out of the Woody Walcher campaign, I’m afraid our folksy write-in candidate is living in a parallel universe known as Woody World. In Woody World, anything is possible. For example, in Woody World it ...


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