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Printed letters, February 18, 2014

By Staff

Those of us who live in Grand Junction don’t need an air quality monitor to identify air pollution. Every winter we smell it and taste it. Smog burns our eyes, noses and throats. We suffer from upper respiratory and sinus infections ...


Email letters, February 17, 2014

By Staff

Congress must increase Social Security benefits It’s time for Congress to act so that Social Security benefits can finally start to keep pace with the cost of living. The average monthly benefit for retirees is $1,269, or about the same ...


Printed letters, February 16, 2014

By Staff

Regulations for stricter control and monitoring of emissions from gas and oil operations, to be considered beginning Wednesday by the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission, deserve the support of all Western Slope residents who want economic ...


Email letters, February 14, 2014

By Staff

Colorado senators have backed Second Amendment rights The recent letter from J.N. Burkhalter regarding the United Nations’ Arms Trade Treaty decrying “propaganda” would be comical if its writer were not so wildly ...


Printed letters, February 14, 2014

By Staff

Congressional candidate David Cox said he wants to “end the corruption of our federal government and return to state-focused and controlled Constitutional government.” He promises to eliminate “cronyism and criminality at ...


Email letters, February 13, 2014

By Staff

Will bravely revealed Downtown Abbey’s agenda Finally someone has the courage to expose liberalism’s hidden agenda behind Downton Abbey. I wondered who would be brave enough to expose the Communist Manifesto-leaning plot twists ...


Printed letters, February 13, 2014

By Staff

On Feb. 2 I witnessed a shooting in the Albertson’s parking lot. What I witnessed was a woman with a large female pit bull. After the dog barked and lunged at me as I walked through the lot to my car, I noticed the dog was intently ...


Email letters, February 12, 2014

By Staff

Monument too small, too close to urban area for park status We are again bombarded with pleas from the local economic development crowd to change the Colorado National Monument to park status. It seems economic development is the only ...


Printed letters, February 12, 2014

By Staff

I woke up last Wednesday to a beautiful morning, sunshine, new snow and altogether a day to enjoy. I made a cup of coffee and opened up my copy of The Daily Sentinel to read about the goings-on of our gorgeous area. Everything was fine until ...


Email letters, February 11, 2014

By Staff

First ‘miracle on ice’ happened in 1960 Olympics I am so tired of hearing our uninformed national sports and news media recount the 1980 Olympic hockey so-called “miracle on ice” U.S. win over Russia. Few seem to ...


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