Letters

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Printed letters, October 8, 2013

By Staff

Here we go again — climate change, according to some from Colorado Outreach, is the culprit for the latest flooding on the Front Range. Somehow, if we follow a green agenda by killing more birds while operating more wind turbines and ...


Email letters, October 7,  2013

By Staff

Community needs to consider suicide rates for LGB youth 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 ...


Printed letters, October 6, 2013

By Staff

Without the encouragement and support Tom Parrish gave me in the 1990s there would be no Math and Science Center in Grand Junction. I met Parrish in 1992 while helping a team of kids with Odyssey of the Mind at Wingate Elementary. A ...


Email letters, October 4,  2013

By Staff

Tipton should explain trip cancellation to fifth-graders Just thought Rep. Scott Tipton would like to know that after months of planning, my son’s 5th grade class was not able to go to Arches National Park as it was closed. I would ...


Printed letters, October 4, 2013

By Staff

I was quite disappointed to read Thomas Friedman’s column in The Daily Sentinel Sept. 29. He is obviously out of touch with the desires of the American people, who want less intrusion by government in their lives and businesses. He ...


Email letters, October 3, 2013

By Staff

Darren Cook correctly noted failings of Douglas County School District   Darren Cook’s letter to the editor in rebuttal of Jeff Leany’s statements regarding the Douglas County School District was spot on. It is ...


Printed letters, October 3, 2013

By Staff

The majority of the wars fought through World War II were among nations with established boundaries and based on historic rules and customs for determining victory or defeat. Since then, the character of international conflicts has been ...


Email letters, October 2, 2013

By Staff

Leany criticized teacher without having all the facts I am shocked that our newspaper would publish on its front page innuendos made at the Sept. 17 school board meeting by Jeff Leany, a board member. It is obvious he wanted a platform to ...


Printed letters, October 2, 2013

By Staff

Recently, school board member Jeff Leany said, “Douglas County is 15 points ahead of us (on Transitional Colorado Assessment Program scores). Why wouldn’t we want to emulate that?” This question displays an alarming lack of ...


Email letters, October 1, 2013

By Staff

Government, environmentalists kill another Colorado industry It was heartbreaking to read about how the government and the extremist environmental lobby cooperated to essentially kill another industry in Colorado. The only reason that Shell ...


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