Letters

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E-mail letters, June 20 2011

By Staff

Lottery not a viable solution for K-12 funding Perhaps two months ago, a reader suggested a special lottery to fund K-12 education. While I applaud the effort of looking for solutions (and I too participate in the lottery) it is not a viable ...


Printed letters, June 21, 2011

By Staff

At a recent Colorado Roadless Rule meeting, Roy Selby was quoted saying, “They’re trying to eliminate me from getting out in the woods.” He added, “The roadless rule appears to violate the Americans with Disabilities ...


Printed letters, June 19, 2011

By Staff

The Anthony Weiner scandal is the very latest example of a long line of elected officials in Washington who have made highly questionable personal decisions that call directly into question their ability to make the best decisions for their ...


E-mail letters, June 17 2011

By Staff

Traffic signals work well, but drivers don’t. I am responding to Jeremiah Habecker’s comments in his letter to the editor published June 14 because aity staff cannot. I gotta admit that the letters and “You said it” ...


E-mail letters, June 16 2011

By Staff

Plagiarism wasn’t what doomed McInnis’ campaign If you’re former Congressman Scott McInnis, you’ve probably been dreaming about holding up an official report telling the world you’re innocent. And it sounded ...


Printed letters, June 17, 2011

By Staff

I would like to strongly urge the District 51 School Board to abandon the possibility of closing Scenic Elementary School. One of the biggest contentions is the feeling that Scenic needs to be remodeled to be less noisy and safer. Yes, one ...


E-mail letters, June 15 2011

By Staff

Obama, not Reagan, is to blame for current mess In response to Al Lefebre’s June 14 letter to the editor, let me see if I have his logic correct: Ronald Reagan has been dead for a few years and has not been president for about 23 years ...


Printed letters, June 16, 2011

By Staff

Two of America’s major problems are the lack of good-paying jobs and the high price of gasoline. Asinine government policies regarding the development of our nation’s abundant natural resources are the cause. The Obama team ...


E-mail letters, June 14 2011

By Staff

Police should be stricter on expired license plates Over the past year, I have noticed dozens of vehicles who’s license plates have expired up to a year ago. Last week, on my way to town, there was a State Patrol car with two officers ...


Printed letters, June 15, 2011

By Staff

Grand Junction needs new traffic-light programmers. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve waited up to five minutes, sometimes longer, at a crosswalk or traffic light, even when there’s no oncoming traffic. It is completely ...


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