Letters

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Email letters, May 23, 2012

By Staff

Excerpt from poem illustrates Memorial Day’s true meaning A lot of Memorial Day commercial hype is going on these days. It is really the time when we all should remember what this day really means. An excerpt from “For the ...


Printed letters, May 23, 2012

By Staff

Congratulations to all the first graduates from Colorado Mesa University. This was truly a great day for the students and an historic day for Grand Junction. The first graduates are the culmination of a unique partnership between our local ...


Email letters, May 22, 2012

By Staff

Citizens concerned about government’s direction should get publicly involved I really hope that people soon wake up and smell the bovine patties roasting in the sun that we call government today. It is one thing to progress with ...


Printed letters, May 22 ,2012

By Staff

After reading the lead story in The Daily Sentinel’s Friday “Out & About” section, “Don’t Worry, Be Happy,” I want to point out that the article forgot to ask the question: What happens after happy ...


Email letters, May 21, 2012

By Staff

Decision of local Taco Bell franchise owner ‘disappointing’ I find it very disappointing that the new owner of the Grand Junction area Taco Bell franchises, Ken Baysinger, has chosen not to participate in the Colorado Rockies taco ...


Printed letters, May 20, 2012

By Staff

I am extremely pleased with the Town of Palisade’s decision to end fluoridation of our water supply. Mass-medicating everyone, regardless of need and proper medical prescription, is extraordinarily contradictory to any logical ...


Email letters, May 18, 2012

By Staff

Colorado Voter Group calls for more outspoken criticism of HB-1036 We agree with the title of today’s editorial – that the manipulative process used to pass HB-1036 has tainted it. If your paper’s mission includes ...


Printed letters, May 18, 2012

By Staff

Political division in our country is at an all-time high, and I don’t think it will get any better until we have term limits for members of Congress. I firmly believe that many freshmen (of both parties) elected to the House and Senate ...


Email letters, May 17, 2012

By Staff

Public schools should teach homosexuality as crime against nature Shortly after President Obama announced that “Gay Rights are Human Rights” and that he would initiate sanctions against countries that did not protect and promote ...


Printed letters, May 17, 2012

By Staff

The charter-private model for higher education is bad for Colorado. Many governmental programs exist to provide a service the citizens cannot provide as individuals. The vast majority of parents cannot afford the entire cost of their ...


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