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Printed letters, Aug. 10, 2011

By Staff

Although The Daily Sentinel’s July 31 story about the Department of Energy’s uranium leasing program quoted a government official saying that “it’s absolutely untrue” that a lawsuit from conservationists compelled ...


Printed letters, Aug. 9, 2011

By Staff

The recent deficit fiasco is, simply put, a manifestation of the huge divide in American politics today. As a committed centrist, the weeks of finger-pointing between the parties sickened me. It illustrates how broken our system ...


Email letters, August 9, 2011

By Staff

Too many wet blankets holding us back Where’s the quick fix? Sorry, the first step is to realize there isn’t a quick fix. Soon after President Obama took office I said it takes suffering through one far-left president in each ...


Email letters, August 8, 2011

By Staff

Recognition due to festival organizers We enjoyed and appreciated The Daily Sentinel’s coverage of the Grand Valley Performing Arts Festival. However, two key people that did an enormous amount of work not only for their portions of ...


Email letters, August 8, 2011

By Staff

Recognition due to festival organizers We enjoyed and appreciated The Daily Sentinel’s coverage of the Grand Valley Performing Arts Festival. However, two key people that did an enormous amount of work not only for their portions of ...


Printed letters, Aug. 8, 2011

By Staff

The top three finishers of this year’s Tour de France recently announced their decisions to participate in Colorado’s USA Pro Challenge bike race Aug. 22-28. This is a race that will be viewed worldwide and is 2011’s premier ...


Printed letters, Aug. 7, 2011

By Staff

Where should we send those with no place to go? In Grand Junction today we have approximately 800 destitute, homeless persons and 200 beds available at night for them to sleep upon. Although there are scores of vacant houses and buildings, ...


Email leters, Aug. 5, 2011

By Staff

Cutting defense will not serve us well One of the least discussed aspects of the recent debt ceiling legislation is the extreme and mindless reduction in defense spending, especially acute if the super Congress spending reduction targets are ...


Printed letters, August 5, 2011

By Staff

Over the past several months, Bill Grant has praised President Barack Obama and Ken Salazar for their handling of the Gulf oil spill and for removing some areas in Utah from energy exploration. They handled the spill like the amateurs that ...


E-mail letters, August 4, 2011

By Staff

Push to cut spending has bureaucrats worried I think it is interesting that as reported in The Daily Sentinel, the School District 51 survey phone interviews will also ask if the person being surveyed is a member of the tea party. While I am ...


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