Letters

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Email letters, May 9, 2014

By Staff

Americans may be better off sans Dems on Benghazi panel If the Dems decide to boycott the Benghazi panel, this can only be viewed as a good thing. Think about it, five fewer political speeches, objections to every procedure, softball ...


Printed Letters: May 9, 2014

By Staff

Enchanting tour showed the need to protect grouse I really enjoyed reading the Sentinel’s recent front-page coverage of the greater sage-grouse tours led by Conservation Colorado, Colorado Parks and Wildlife and others up in Craig. I ...


Email letters, May 8, 2014

By Staff

Monument’s true colors should be considered if name changed The names being bantered regarding the name change for the Colorado National Monument (Park?) seem inappropriate. The monument rock faces are mostly orange, tan and ...


Printed Letters: May 8, 2014

By Staff

Western Slope native behind exhibit words I wrote the title “Water Comes from the Western Slope (With a Grudge)” pictured in the May 4 issue with the story “Regional officials see fresh volley in war over water.” This ...


Email letters, March 7, 2014

By Staff

Honest, homeless man helped Kansan who lost purse on visit It seems that today most of us are very cynical about the idea of anyone going out of his or her way to help a stranger. I was visiting my sister in Grand Junction over the weekend of ...


Printed Letters: May 7, 2014

By Staff

Conserving backcountry helps hunting economy My family owns and operates an outdoor gear manufacturer based on the Western Slope. We supply hunters, backpackers and other outdoors adventurers with some of the finest tents, wood stoves and ...


Email letters, May 6, 2014

By Staff

BLM clerical error shouldn’t put hundreds of jobs at risk As your article from May 2, “BLM hears pro-energy side,” made clear, there is a tremendous amount of support for the continued responsible development of the natural ...


Printed Letters: May 6, 2014

By Staff

Booth, other museum staffers, deserve praise I recently had the privilege of meeting and working with some of the staff members of the Museum of Western Colorado. As a volunteer on spring cleaning day at Dinosaur Journey Museum, I witnessed ...


Email letters, May 5, 2014

By Staff

Small businesses suffer from increased taxes and regulation During the past five years the gap between the rich and the poor has widened. The irony is the president and his party’s efforts to “spread wealth” have had the ...


Printed Letters: May 4, 2014

By Staff

Banning fracking will slice vital jobs, revenue in state There seems to be a number of misguided Coloradans who mistakenly believe that banning fracking would produce some kind of tangible benefit for our state. Some also claim that while a ...


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