Letters

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Printed letters, June 5, 2012

By Staff

Recently, I was in Fruita and decided to visit the public library, which turned out to be in the new Fruita Community Center building. I liked the library a lot, but more than that, I was very impressed with what was going on in the rest of ...


Email letters, June 4, 2012

By Staff

San Jac players should be drug-tested, college president should apologize While the Reivers celebrated their championship, many of us witnessed an unbelievable episode of not just bad, but hideous behavior at the end of the championship game ...


Printed letters, June 3, 2012

By Staff

As a frequent hiker in Colorado National Monument and adjacent federally protected conservation areas, I have some thoughts on proposed national park status for the monument. The monument is rather weak on the third criterion for park status. ...


Email letters, June 1, 2012

By Staff

As businessman, Romney had advantages that President Obama did not The Sentinel’s editorial yesterday (It’s not the ‘Bain’ of our economy) failed to mention several pertinent aspects of the “business ...


Printed letters, June 1, 2012

By Staff

Our president recommends all children be able to read well by fourth grade. With the alarming increase in obesity and its related illnesses among our youth, exercise and good nutritional habits are recommended. Businesses want to hire ...


Printed letters, May 31, 2012

By Staff

I picked up the paper Monday morning to read with my coffee. On the first page was a young man pitching a baseball. I am sorry for Jeb Dill’s loss of his father last year. I am also sorry that he’s been diagnosed with diabetes. God ...


Email letters, May 30, 2012

By Staff

Walcher’s ‘sour grape’ commissioner campaign inappropriately assails Pugliese My disappointment in Woody Walcher, the write-in candidate for Mesa County Commissioner in District 3, could not be greater. Walcher, who suffered ...


Printed letters, May 30, 2012

By Staff

Letter writer Wesley Yeager’s assertion that the Founding Fathers believed in divine assistance is absolutely correct. A prominent truth, however, is missing. The Founding Fathers firmly believed in religion as a voluntary affair, a ...


Email letters, May 29, 2012

By Staff

District 51 no longer holds retreats at resorts Obviously it’s been a while since Tom Streff taught in District #51. I would guess that he hails back to the George Straface era as that was the last time that an administrative retreat ...


printed letters May 29, 2012

By Staff

As a member of the Mesa Valley Education Association’s Negotiations Team, I would like to correct some inaccuracies reported in the May 23 Daily Sentinel article titled, “Parents unhappy with budget proposals.” It reported, ...


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