Letters

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Printed letters, Dec. 24, 2010

By Staff

Library staff was great in collecting needed gifts I would like to say kudos to the staff at Mesa County Public Library for their efforts in collecting Christmas gifts for needy families of the Grand Valley. Last week, when we held our ...


E-mail letters, December 22, 2010

By Staff

Renewable energy incentive almost killed While the news on our economic recovery has not been great, clean energy has been doing its part to create jobs and clean our environment. Despite this success, a critical federal incentive for ...


Printed letters, December 23, 2010

By Staff

Wagner only looked at one part of tax issue It is always interesting to read the musings and logic, or lack thereof, of one of The Daily Sentinel’s columnists, Rick Wagner. His recent column regarding taxes is another example of his ...


Printed letters, Dec. 21, 2010

By Staff

Please take some time to review and comment on the 2035 transportation plan at http://www.2035rtp.com/site/. I have enjoyed cycling in the Grand Valley almost 30 years, have commuted to work and cycled in most major U.S. cities and many ...


E-mail letters, December 20, 2010

By Staff

Anti-war protester has learned to pick her battles As one who stood against the Iraq war and took part in various protests, including the annual white cross commemorations, Creighton Bricker’s Dec. 16 letter to the editor caught my ...


Printed letters, Dec. 21, 2010

By Staff

‘Olden days’ were far better in many respects Is it a blessing or a burden to live long enough to reminisce about the “olden days”? Somehow, I survived before government began making our critical decisions for ...


Printed letters, Dec. 19, 2010

By Staff

I was curious when I saw the headline about the 703-pound bear in The Daily Sentinel on Dec. 15. As I began reading, my curiosity turned to disgust. What sport is there to track a bear to his den and shoot him at point-blank range while he is ...


E-mail letters, December 17, 2010

By Staff

DREAM Act will hurt Struggling legal citizens I truly think the DREAM Act is a prime example of pushing through legislation to make the current administration look good and garner votes. Though I feel compassion for the young people who ...


E-mail letters, December 16, 2010

By Staff

Killing bear in den is hardly sporting I was curious when I saw the headline about the 750 pound bear in The Daily Sentinel on Dec. 15. As I began reading, my curiosity turned to disgust. What sport is there to track a bear to his den and ...


Printed letters, Dec. 17, 2010

By Staff

Regarding the Dec. 12, “Lifestyle” section of the newspaper: An article written by Rachel Sauer about using Chinese characters for Christmas gifts is a nice idea, and it is very nice to see people interested in Chinese calligraphy, ...


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