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Printed letters, May 10, 2013

By Staff

Dennis Webb’s May 4 article in The Daily Sentinel reported on carcinogenic benzene contaminates found from a natural gas liquid leak into Parachute Creek that exceeded state drinking water standards. Benzene levels exceeded the drinking ...

Email letters, May 9, 2013

By Staff

School District 51 merits applause for reading scores School District 51 greatly deserves our applause for the third-grade reading scores reported in today’s paper. The district beat the state by one percentile point and has continued a ...

Printed letters

By Staff

The city of Fruita and the towns of Palisade and Collbran all include their portion of the 1981 voter-approved county sales tax in their TABOR revenue limit calculation. Mesa County and the city of Grand Junction currently do not include this ...

Email letters, May 8, 2013

By Staff

BLM ought to manage staging areas, rather than riding areas Why would the BLM want to dismantle one of the great off-road recreation areas in the U.S.? The desert north of Grand Junction is perfectly suited for off-road activities and ...

Email letters, May 7, 2013

By Staff

Teachers aren’t the only ones with demanding careers In her column published Sunday Tyra Clinkingbeard’s barrage of accolades (very talented, deeply committed, qualified, caring, asked to do so much more, truly magnificent) ...

Printed letters, May 8, 2013

By Staff

I always turn first to the Sunday Commentary pages in The Daily Sentinel, and Sunday’s were exceptional. Even all of the cartoons were good, and the letters also hit the nail on the head. I would like to recommend two columns not to be ...

Printed letters, April 7, 2013

By Staff

Two entities in the Grand Valley should re-examine their original purposes for existing. It would be appropriate and useful for the new City Council to study carefully its mission and to state clearly what the council’s goals are and ...

Email letters, May 6, 2013

By Staff

Collaborative energy bill worthy of governor’s signature I’m a sustainable business guy. Last week though, I spent the afternoon, somewhat incongruously, you might think, with friends at the Elk Creek coal mine in Somerset. We ...

Printed letters, May 5, 2013

By Staff

Both political parties learned from the last national election that it is time to allow hard-working immigrants a fair chance at one day becoming citizens. I’m a first-generation-born citizen and am grateful to be an American. We need ...

Email letters, May 3, 2013

By Staff

Give industrious immigrants chance to gain citizenship Both political parties learned from the last national election that it is time to allow hard-working immigrants a fair chance at one day becoming citizens. I’m a ...

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