Letters

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Email letters, July 31, 2013

By Staff

Child prostitution ring customers deserve prosecution Like everyone else, I was relieved to hear that a prostitution ring involving children was ended, and that more than a hundred children were rescued - hopefully to be reunited with loving ...


Printed letters, July 31, 2013

By Staff

The efforts to convince us that our economy is “just fine” or “picking up” (or would be if we were just willing to share a little more of the burden with increased taxes) are ongoing and overwhelming. On closer ...


Email letters, July 30, 2013

By Staff

Shopping locally is great idea, but it’s sometimes challenging This letter is in response to Jay Seaton’s commentary regarding spending locally in Sunday’s Sentinel. Shopping locally is absolutely a great idea and good for ...


Printed letters, July 30, 2013

By Staff

Many people in town know me as a wildlife artist. I paint a lot of desert sheep, moose and, yes, mountain lions. I am not alone in thinking these are magnificent creatures that live throughout the state. Apparently, humans are far more ...


Email letters, July 29, 2013

By Staff

City council politics are gist for new reality TV show Oh, my, aren’t politics so much fun here in ole Happy Valley? Now that we no longer have the no-brainer incident, we can now move onto the other issue of the wicked witch of the ...


Printed letters, July 28, 2013

By Staff

It is with great distress that I write this letter. It is hard for me to find the words to express my outrage for the Grand Junction city councilors. While we continue to struggle for credibility statewide, we struggle against corruption ...


Email letters, July 26, 2013

By Staff

County commissioners’ willingness to revisit pool issue is refreshing Mesa County, like most other counties in Colorado, has a role to play in parks and recreation. It’s refreshing to read in The Daily Sentinel that county ...


Printed letters, July 26, 2013

By Staff

I applaud The Daily Sentinel’s July 18 editorial, framing our ongoing debate over what would best serve economic development for the Grand Valley. Whether conservative or liberal, I believe we all want what we feel is best for our ...


Email letters, July 24, 2013

By Staff

Nitrogen tetroxide a toxic fracking fluid It is interesting that N2O4, nitrogen tetroxide, is not listed as a toxic fracking fluid despite being patented in 1974 by Getty Oil Co. Number 3929192 for oil and gas drilling. This powerful ...


Email letters, July 25, 2013

By Staff

FDA should help cancer patients avoid hair loss The article in the July 23 Sentinel entitled “Cold caps tested to prevent hair loss during chemo” was excellent. Dr. Susan Melin of North Carolina Medical Center says that one of the ...


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