Letters

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Email letters, August 16, 2011

By Staff

Shooting range is needed, but not at Horsethief Canyon Scott Tipton and the Colorado Mule Deer Association (CMDA) are proposing to construct a modern public shooting range in Mesa County. I support the need to reduce the dispersed shooting ...


Printed letters, August 16, 2011

By Staff

Where’s the quick fix? Sorry, the first step is to realize there isn’t a quick fix. Soon after President Obama took office I said it takes suffering through one far-left president in each generation in order to realize how harmful ...


Email letters, August 15, 2011

By Staff

Dems had a role in debt-limit debate It never fails to amaze me that columnist Bill Grant and his liberal buddies can look at the debt-limit deal and we can see two completely different things.  Bill, Paul Krugman and others see a ...


Printed letters, August 14, 2011

By Staff

As someone who has really enjoyed skiing at Powderhorn almost every year since it first opened, I want to congratulate and say thank you to Andy Daly and his fellow investors. Powderhorn, while not perfect, is truly a treasure and we are very ...


Email letters, August 12, 2011

By Staff

Montrose County commissioners keep making headlines The Montrose County commissioners are always providing headlines. In late July, first came the headline about the Montrose Memorial Hospital prevailing in court over the Board of County ...


Printed letters, August 12, 2011

By Staff

The Aug. 8 front page article stated that several counties, and maybe the entire state of Colorado (and I suppose other states as well), may be required by the federal Voting Rights Act to provide ballots in Spanish. I know this is old news, ...


Email letters, August 11, 2011

By Staff

Few reasons exist for ballots to be printed in Spanish Reading the Aug. 10 edition of The Daily Sentinel, I came very upset reading that more counties in the state of Colorado have to print ballet in Spanish and English. To vote in Colorado, ...


Printed letters, Aug. 10, 2011

By Staff

Although The Daily Sentinel’s July 31 story about the Department of Energy’s uranium leasing program quoted a government official saying that “it’s absolutely untrue” that a lawsuit from conservationists compelled ...


Printed letters, Aug. 9, 2011

By Staff

The recent deficit fiasco is, simply put, a manifestation of the huge divide in American politics today. As a committed centrist, the weeks of finger-pointing between the parties sickened me. It illustrates how broken our system ...


Email letters, August 9, 2011

By Staff

Too many wet blankets holding us back Where’s the quick fix? Sorry, the first step is to realize there isn’t a quick fix. Soon after President Obama took office I said it takes suffering through one far-left president in each ...


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