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Email letters, October 22,  2013

By Staff

United Nations Day worth observing A new poll out this week has found that nearly 9 in 10 voters believe it’s important for the U.S. to maintain an active role in the United Nations. I’m one of them. As we approach United Nations ...


Printed letters, October 22, 2013

By Staff

On behalf of Colorado Parks and Wildlife, I would like to thank Sheriff Jim Matthews of Kershaw County, South Carolina, for taking the time to write to the Grand Junction Sentinel and express his thoughts about the recent poaching case ...


Email letters, October 21,  2013

By Staff

Tea party Republicans must learn to play by the rules This letter is in reference to Rep. Tipton’s commentary regarding the disastrous government shutdown by the tea party Republicans, which he supported, that the damage to our country ...


Email letters, October 17,  2013

By Staff

Oversight committee should look into implementation glitches of ACA     With the current “shutdown” and “debt -limit” crises apparently (but only temporarily) winding down, the Sentinel deserves kudos for ...


Email letters, October 18,  2013

By Staff

Self-help housing program at risk of losing USDA funding Housing prices are rising, according to national reports, and that’s good for the economy and homeowners, but it makes finding affordable housing even more of a challenge. At the ...


Printed letters, October 20, 2013

By Staff

How heartbreaking to learn that candidates vying for positions at the core of our education system, candidates who are supposed to stand up for and expect nothing less than what is best for our local school children, feel it’s ...


Printed letters, October 18, 2013

By Staff

How heartbreaking to learn that candidates vying for positions at the core of our education system, candidates who are supposed to stand up for and expect nothing less than what is best for our local school children, feel it’s ...


Printed letters, October 17, 2013

By Staff

Missing from otherwise thorough reporting on suicide were studies linking this tragic choice to the despair felt by gay, lesbian and bisexual youth. LGB youth are five times more likely to commit suicide than their heterosexual ...


Email letters, October 16,  2013

By Staff

Neither party feels much need to follow Constitution Is Colorado the Capital of Upside Down World? We have anti-smoking ads that point out how harmful and dangerous cigarettes are, yet we pass a law that encourages the consumption of ...


Printed letters, October 16, 2013

By Staff

As the punitive government shutdown continues some very disturbing facts are emerging. ✓ Closing the World War II Memorial was a travesty. Only after an outcry were veterans allowed to cross the barricades to the open-air ...


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