Letters

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E-mail letters, January 12, 2011

By Staff

Mesa county deserves officials who act like adults Once again we find Commissioner Craig Meis in another act of childish behavior in his wish to taunt Commissioner Steve Acquafresca. Is there no end to acts of self-serving and childish ...


E-mail letters, January 11, 2011

By Staff

Series showed girls can aspire to anything When I was a girl, I could aspire to be a nurse, a teacher or a secretary.  Today girls, like boys, have a better opportunity to be anything they want to be, and to bring their skills and ...


Printed letters, Jan. 12, 2011

By Staff

Like many of us, I spent my childhood hunting and fishing in the backcountry of the Western Slope. It was a family tradition handed down to me and one that I would like to pass on to future generations. Secretary of Interior Ken ...


Printed letters, Jan. 11, 2011

By Staff

The term “invocation” is questionable as used by Amy Hamilton in her article about an atheist’s verbal offering at the beginning of a recent Grand Junction City Council meeting. The word “invocation” connotes an ...


E-mail letters, January 10, 2011

By Staff

Salazar’s wild ruling good news for Colorado Like many of us, I spent my childhood hunting and fishing in the backcountry of the Western Slope. It was a family tradition handed down to me and one that I would like to pass on to future ...


E-mail letters, January 7, 2011

By Staff

Keep Social Security for those who need it This is in reply to letter writer Marvels response to John Salazar’s article. Regarding the cutting back or elimination of Social Security, if Marvel is worried about rioting when the ...


Printed letters, January 9, 2011

By Staff

I have to say that the folks running Colorado National Monument have me a bit confused these days. I attended the New Year’s Eve fireworks display and I can’t see how a thousand people stomping around the visitor’s center and ...


Printed letters, Jan. 7, 2011

By Staff

GOP victories boosted business hiring It is no mistake that the elections last November led to better business hiring in December. That election allowed Republicans to hold the Democratic lame ducks hostage and that resulted in the extension ...


E-mail letters, January 5, 2011

By Staff

Earmarks will lead us to financial ruin Hardly a day goes by but what some politician or pundit doesn’t try to defend earmarks. I am opposed to earmarks partly due to the corruptness surrounding them, but mainly due to the ...


Printed letters, Jan. 6, 2011

By Staff

Alley entrances could aid Main Street stores There are a lot of mixed emotions, both from the public as well as affected businesses, about the upcoming construction on the east end of Main Street. City Councilman Gregg Palmer has it right. ...


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