Letters

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Printed letters, July 11, 2013

By Staff

It’s not the worst part of fire season yet, but already, tragically, we have lost 19 firefighters in Arizona and more than 500 homes in Colorado’s Black Forest fire. We now usually burn up more timber annually than we harvested, ...


Email letters, July 10, 2013

By Staff

Incident management team thanks community for outpouring of support Over the last couple of weeks Grand Mesa Middle School was the staging area for the Rocky Mountain Mobilization Center. Our objective was to pre-position wildland fire crews ...


Printed letters, July 10, 2013

By Staff

Several years ago, my wife and I enjoyed a combined birthday celebration and family reunion at my brother’s home in Houston. An attending cousin’s husband has spent all of his professional life as an electrical engineer working for ...


Email letters, July 9, 2013

By Staff

Abdicating control of forests has sparked disastrous fires It’s not fire season yet, but already, tragically, we have lost 19 firefighters in Arizona and more than 500 homes in Colorado’s Black Forest fire. We now usually burn up ...


Printed letters, July 9, 2013

By Staff

This is a rebuttal to the letter by Michael P. Anton. No one can deny that the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce has a crucial influence in developing the positive “decision-making and business values” necessary for our ...


Email letters, July 7, 2013

By Bob Silbernagel

Chamber’s position on Brainard is squishy At last we have heard from a Chamber member, (Michael P. Anton on July 2) who is “sickened by the falsehoods regarding the Chamber of Commerce’s position regarding domestic ...


Printed letters, July 7, 2013

By Staff

I am writing to express my displeasure and disgust with the content of this year’s Fourth of July parade. The Fourth of July parade is supposed to be a family-friendly event for kids to enjoy. Instead of celebrating our city’s ...


Email letters, July 5, 2013

By Staff

Who gets to decide who enjoys free speech? George Johnson’s letter caught my attention because of the passion with which he wrote. I’m not entirely sure which float in the parade he saw as “politically charged filth.” ...


Printed letters, July 5, 2013

By Staff

In response to the Harold Cherry letter to the editor of July 1, some facts are in order. Predators are an important link in the ecological chain. Natural predators cull the weak and sick and serve to improve the genetic line of the prey ...


Email letters, July 4, 2013

By Staff

Don’t let political radicals hijack Fourth of July parade I am writing to express my displeasure and disgust with the content of this year’s Fourth of July parade. The Fourth of July parade is supposed to be a family-friendly ...


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