Letters

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Email letters, March 29, 2013

By Staff

President’s logic about business owners can be applied to golfers, too Sadly, spring has sprung. Powderhorn is closing, and soon there will be bugs, weeds, yard work and heat. And golf! It would be nice if all golfers remember that ...


Printed letters, March 29, 2013

By Staff

The editorial, “The Right Way to Fight Gun Laws,” was well-written and right on point. I believe the sheriffs of Colorado who have made these statements are only demonstrating their local county positions on gun control. I have ...


Email letters, March 28, 2013

By Staff

Officials have duty to follow mandate of Colorado citizens No matter the subject affected, if the governing body is against the pure nature of a ruling, it will use its power to make it fail. The governor of Colorado has been vocal in his ...


Printed letters

By Staff

Regarding the U.S. Supreme Court case on same-sex marriage, I am reminded of a story told of Abraham Lincoln. When someone accused him of being “two-faced,” Lincoln reportedly responded, “If I had two faces, do you really ...


Printed letters, March 27, 2013

By Staff

It’s a bit hard to express my frustration and disappointment with The Daily Sentinel’s editorial on March 20. While I am a subscriber, I don’t subscribe to the editorial’s analogy that, if we hope to become more ...


Email letters, March 27, 2013

By Staff

Mesa County may wish to challenge census data On April 28, 2010, Regional Census Director Cathy Lacy informed The Daily Sentinel that every person not counted in Census 2010 would annually cost local governments some $890.27 in federal funds ...


Email letters, March 26, 2013

By Staff

COGCC can’t reach its goal without ‘energy-savvy’ people If the state is to keep energy-savvy people off the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, how can the commission “foster the responsible development of ...


Printed letters, March 26, 2013

By Staff

Once again, experts and scientists have confirmed the environmentalextremist movement’s worst fears – that oil shale is a viable energy resource that could fuel our nation and our economy for well into the future. Oil shale can ...


Email letters, March 25, 2013

By Staff

Brady Trucking locks gate at request of city officials I read with interest an online letter from Steven Fleming accusing Brady Trucking of blocking the public right of way at 27½ Road to the detriment of public access and usage. I ...


Printed letters, March 24

By Staff

In the spirit of full disclosure, I must tell you that I live in the county and will be unable to vote on Referred Measure A. However, this is still an important issue to me. Many of us in the county have worked in Grand Junction and utilize ...


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