Letters

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E-mail letters, May 20, 2011

By Staff

Permitting blocks efforts to develop our resources Basic industry drives the world, drives the economy, creates jobs, creates more jobs, and keeps the country vibrant. I was looking at a small snapshot of new projects around the world and ...


Printed letters, May 20, 2011

By Staff

We take issue with the local tea party representatives’ displeasure with former professor Ward Churchill’s upcoming speaking engagement in Grand Junction. Tim Fenwick, calling Churchill’s visit “an egregious act towards ...


E-mail letters, May 19, 2011

By Staff

With real problems we face, who cares about Arnold’s infidelity? I know I am not always up on current events, but did I miss that world hunger has been solved or terrorism has been eradicated?  Is the economy back on it’s ...


Printed letters, May 19, 2011

By Staff

Wagner may join those who ‘think themselves accurs’d’ Will Rick Wagner criticize every thing President Obama does? You could wonder whether King Henry V was criticized in England after the battle of Agincourt. Instead of ...


Printed letters, May 18, 2011

By Staff

Thank you to The Daily Sentinel for the thoughtful analysis of the current situation of our problematic resource, oil shale. An additional component for maximizing the resource could be by-product research. Recent discussions have pointed out ...


E-mail letters, May 16, 2011

By Staff

More research needed into oil shale byproducts Thank you to The Daily Sentinel for the thoughtful analysis of the current situation of our problematic resource, oil shale. An additional component for maximizing the resource could be ...


Printed letters, May 17, 2011

By Staff

Almost a century ago, on May 24, 1911, President William Howard Taft established Colorado National Monument under the Antiquities Act. With this bold act of leadership, President Taft set the Grand Valley on a century-long course of ...


Printed letters, May 15, 2011

By Staff

The new CNG city garbage trucks smell great, reduce fuel costs and the right-hand drive should be safer. I understand that the diesel budget is one of the largest costs to the city (us taxpayers), so thanks, Grand Junction. I have an idea ...


E-mail letters, May 13, 2011

By Staff

New era at CMU will build on Mesa State legacy Over the last eight years, Mesa State College has grown from a student population of 5,000 to nearing 10,000, with annual enrolment percentages in the double digits! Mesa State has gone from ...


Printed letters, May 13, 2011

By Staff

Our president just did something very presidential. He directed or authorized the taking out of our archenemy, American-hating and mass-killing Osama bin Laden. As my ol’ preachin’ Daddy might have said: “Hallelujah, ...


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