Letters

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Printed letters, April 7, 2013

By Staff

A voter access bill is being introduced shortly. The Colorado Conty Clerks Association wrote our legislators late last year regarding election subjects we thought could use improvement. Thankfully, the bill writers listened. It is clear they ...


Email letters, April 5, 2013

By Staff

Lower Valley firefighters did professional job We want to thank members of the Lower Valley fire department for their quick response and their professional way of going about putting out our house fire. We appreciated the fact that they took ...


Printed letters, April 5, 2013

By Staff

Again, The Daily Sentinel has printed an article from the Associated Press (see page 9A Monday) that makes the AP (and maybe the Sentinel) appear pro-abortion. This is the fourth or fifth time recently an article has declared with certainty ...


Email letters, April 4, 2013

By Staff

New city councilors must keep campaign promises Wow, a near 100 percent change in City Council members. The most damaging thing to the voted-out folks was I suspect their spending such as refilling the coffers of the university—which ...


Printed letters, April 4, 2013

By Staff

A letter in the March 31 edition of The Daily Sentinel described 1.8 percent of ATV riders as deserving of warnings or citations, other than registration violations. It should also be noted that the letter described this finding as the result ...


Email letters, April 3, 2013

By Staff

Acknowledge good attributes of Kent Calhoun, too I would like to write in regard to the article on Kent Calhoun. While I understand that it is a reporter’s job to write about the news, I feel that your article brought up a lot of things ...


Printed letters, April 3, 2013

By Staff

Unsurprisingly, outgoing Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, no friend of domestic energy development, has released a plan for oil shale that is designed to prevent commercial production of a vast American resource — a plan praised in The ...


Email letters, April 2, 2013

By Staff

AP article appears to favor abortions Again, the Sentinel has printed an article from the Associated Press (see page 9A Monday, April 1) that makes the AP (and maybe the Sentinel) appear pro-abortion. And this is the fourth or fifth time ...


Printed letters, April 2, 2013

By Staff

Washington Post columnist Ruth Marcus suggests that perhaps universal background checks on the sale of guns would pass through Congress if the government would not require recordkeeping on private sales. For the Ruth Marcuses of this nation, ...


Email letters, April 1, 2013

By Staff

Longtime resident of blown-up 7th Street home reminisces I am Kathy (Heiny) Hogge, one of four children born to Lowell and Anna Mae Heiny who lived at 1752 N. 7th Street. I was raised in that house all my growing-up years, with sister Linda ...


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