Letters

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E-mail letters, March 15, 2011

By Staff

De Beque school district committed to achievement There has been a great deal of speculation about the future of the De Beque School District. These are really difficult times for most organizations and with state revenue reductions and ...


Printed Letters, March 16, 2011

By Staff

Jacob Richards inspires others to seek change When Barack Obama was making his run for presidency two words were used repeatedly — hope and change. However, I do not think he was using them only in regards to himself. He was not the man ...


Printed letters, March 15, 2015

By Staff

Oil shale needs more than platitudes Recently, Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar conducted a teleconference regarding his “support” for oil shale research and development. Contrary to his statements, his actions send a very ...


E-mail letters, March 14, 2011

By Staff

Merger will likely mean license fees aid state parks The governor’s plan to merge the Division of Wildlife with the Division of State Parks and Outdoor Recreation is notable for its intent to bring increased efficiencies to the ...


Printed letters, March 13, 2011

By Staff

It was with great disappointment that I read Bill Grant’s column last week (“Democratic senators should kill Mesa State personnel bill”).  While I seldom agree with Grant’s perspective, I normally enjoy reading his ...


E-mail letters, March 11, 2011

By Staff

MSC classified workers are can think for themselves After reading Bill Grant’s column (“Democratic senators should kill Mesa State personnel bill”) I was rather appalled. Conspiracy theories aside, House Bill 1007 was in ...


E-mail letters, March 10, 2011

By Staff

More concealed weapons increase possibility of killings Let’s talk facts and good sense about who should have the right to carry concealed weapons, and the consequences should they ever reach for their weapons. The known laws of ...


Printed letters, March 11, 2011

By Staff

The best arguments against government unions were made by President Franklin Roosevelt during the 1930s. Government unions are fairly new in our history. They are a privilege, not a right. When Congress passed pension reform in 1974, the law ...


E-mail letters, March 9, 2011

By Staff

Mesa County planning department hinders growth So the county building department has to lay off more people. Imagine that! Let’s see, after my wife and I came to the Planning and Zoning department to see if we could split a 5-acre ...


Printed letters, March 10, 2011

By Staff

Police are not too easy on the area’s homeless So, the police are too accommodating to the valley’s homeless, according to columnist Rick Wagner. Interesting, especially since School District 51 reports that it has 500 homeless ...


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