Letters

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Printed letters, October 20, 2013

By Staff

How heartbreaking to learn that candidates vying for positions at the core of our education system, candidates who are supposed to stand up for and expect nothing less than what is best for our local school children, feel it’s ...


Printed letters, October 18, 2013

By Staff

How heartbreaking to learn that candidates vying for positions at the core of our education system, candidates who are supposed to stand up for and expect nothing less than what is best for our local school children, feel it’s ...


Printed letters, October 17, 2013

By Staff

Missing from otherwise thorough reporting on suicide were studies linking this tragic choice to the despair felt by gay, lesbian and bisexual youth. LGB youth are five times more likely to commit suicide than their heterosexual ...


Email letters, October 16,  2013

By Staff

Neither party feels much need to follow Constitution Is Colorado the Capital of Upside Down World? We have anti-smoking ads that point out how harmful and dangerous cigarettes are, yet we pass a law that encourages the consumption of ...


Printed letters, October 16, 2013

By Staff

As the punitive government shutdown continues some very disturbing facts are emerging. ✓ Closing the World War II Memorial was a travesty. Only after an outcry were veterans allowed to cross the barricades to the open-air ...


Email letters, October 15,  2013

By Debra Dobbins

Connect for Health website complicated, rates too high The Connect for Health website is complicated and should be simplified for easy use. As a teacher for the Delta literacy program through our library, I was among those assigned the task ...


Printed letters, October 15, 2013

By Staff

For generations family farms in Delta County have produced food and fiber with consumers’ best interests in mind. It is disheartening to see a family such as the Hostetlers face such a biased attack after they received the approval of ...


Email letters, October 14,  2013

By Staff

Lazy shotgun fails to shoot anyone Last Tuesday I set my Remington Magnum Wingmaster Model 870 shotgun out in front of my garage. I put in four shells and left it alone and went about my business. While I was in the house, two neighbors ...


Printed letters, October 13, 2013

By Staff

The local showing of “The Reformers,” Brian Malone’s extended-cut, anti-school reform campaign ad, revealed several ironies. The film asserts that schools and school boards should not be partisan, yet the showing was ...


Printed letters, October 11, 2013

By Staff

Remember the political ads on television several years ago of then-candidate Barack Obama, declaring how disgraceful out-of-control government spending had become? He compared it to someone who kept maxing out credit cards and opening more ...


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