Letters

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Email letters, June 4, 2014

By Staff

Global warming is nonexistent; CO2 emissions appear to benefit plant life There is no global warming or cooling from either man or sun. Period. China, their coal-fired power plants, all the SUVs, cars, trucks, buses, all the US coal-fired ...


Printed Letters: June 4, 2014

By Staff

CMU student athletes take school seriously In response to the person who breezed into town from the Front Range last week and felt compelled to throw stones at CMU student athletes, allow me to stand up for them.   While we’re ...


Email letters, June 3, 2014

By Staff

Aquafresca’s actions contradict vocal support of TABOR I would like to urge Mesa County Republicans to select Dan Thurlow as our candidate for the District 55 House seat. Thurlow has stated in no uncertain terms that he will support ...


Printed Letters: June 3, 2014

By Staff

Visitors unimpressed with local behavior My husband and I recently traveled a thousand miles from Midland, Texas, to Grand Junction to attend the graduation of our grandson from Fruita Monument High School. We arrived a few days early in ...


Email letters, June 2, 2014

By Staff

Little being done to solve climate issues in Grand Valley Well, it’s officially summer and with summer, comes heat waves. In my twenty years of living here, I have noticed a new pattern: summer brings drought with little or no ...


Printed Letters: June 1, 2014

By Staff

Hilkey’s experience supports his endorsement of King John Pennington wants to be sheriff of Mesa County. By his own admission he has no experience in law enforcement. He says he has experience in the oil patch, but doesn’t ...


Email letters, May 30, 2014

By Staff

VA controversy does not inspire confidence in Obama Care The recent controversy over the Veteran’s Administration’s handling of some veteran’s medical needs sure inspires confidence in the current roll-out of Harry and ...


Printed Letters: May 30, 2014

By Staff

Headline dishonorable 
to Collbran slide victims On Sunday, events were set in motion that set up the small town of Collbran to be international news by Monday. A mudslide of indeterminate expanse (reports have indicated that it ranges ...


Email letters, May 29, 2014

By Staff

JUCO team members wonderful role models at STRiVE picnic I recently had the pleasure of attending a picnic at The Botanical Gardens, where JUCO teams and STRiVE clients and staff ate, played and bonded on a perfect spring evening. My family ...


Printed Letters: May 29, 2014

By Staff

We need more providers of mental health services Thank you, Daily Sentinel, for the recent excellent articles about the difficulty that people on Medicaid have receiving treatment. Another difficulty that people on Medicaid face accessing care ...


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