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e-mail letters, July 21, 2011

By Staff

Mill levy override needed to overcome school cuts In the July 17 edition of The Daily Sentinel, R. M. Sherman and David Shrum, in separate letters to the editor, complained about funding needs of our District 51 schools.  I respond by ...


Printed letters, July 21, 2011

By Staff

After reading The Daily Sentinel’s article about Walker Stapleton’s visit to Grand Junction recently and his blasting PERA, I need to inform the public about a couple of areas Stapleton apparently didn’t want the public to ...


E-mail letters, July 20, 2011

By Staff

Stapleton pushes agenda that blames public employees There is an agenda by some that desires to intrude into the lives of teachers and public employees with the purpose of blaming them for the recession caused by banks and Wall Street.  ...


E-mail letters, July 19, 2011

By Staff

Perhaps police sensitivity can be applied to gangs Having read The Daily Sentinel on the morning of July 17, I learned that there was a fatal shooting involving a gang rumble on North Avenue, that there were two armed robberies and that Grand ...


Printed letters, July 20, 2011

By Staff

The article in the July 16 edition of The Daily Sentinel, about changing the curriculum, particularly moving the teaching of fractions to fourth grade, raised some questions in my mind. As a retired math teacher, I’m wondering what is ...


E-mail letters, July 18, 2011

By Staff

Families can support each other in eating The growing obesity crisis clearly shows that people just do not know where to start. They are overwhelmed with information about food — just look at the tons of books and magazines — ...


Printed letters, July 19, 2011

By Staff

The letter to the editor printed July 15 used incomplete statistics in an attempt to blame the debt crisis solely on the Republicans. The following figures are available from TreasuryDirect.gov on the Internet: On Election Day, near the end ...


Printed letters, July 17, 2011

By Staff

It should not be difficult for state Sen. Rollie Heath to obtain 86,000 signatures for a ballot measure for tax increases for schools. There are that many teachers, union members and administrators just waiting to get their hands on more ...


E-mail letters, July 14, 2011

By Staff

Justice was served with Casey Anthony verdict In the July 14 edition of The Daily Sentinel, M. E. Johnson complained that there was “no justice” in the Casey Anthony verdict.  I think I can understand how one might come to ...


Printed letters, July 12, 2011

By Staff

The Grand Junction Airport Authority claims the TSA is requiring a new security fence at the airport that will severely impact business at the airport. How is that possible, when the same is not required at other airports, such as ...


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