Letters

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E-mail letters, May 26, 2011

By Staff

Tipton’s voting record doesn’t support his Medicare claims A recent publication mailed to constituents from Congressman Scott Tipton, which highlights his support of preserving and protecting Medicare, is contrary to his voting ...


E-mail letters, May 25, 2011

By Staff

ATV club opposes White River travel plan We thank the Garfield County Commissioners for their time regarding the White River National Forest Travel Management Plan. The White River Trail Runners ATV Club was in attendance at the May 23 ...


Printed letters, May 26, 2011

By Staff

Gary Harmon went far afield to find information about demographic changes in the Western Slope of Colorado in his May 21 story on Hispanic numbers. According to Harmon, services are being duplicated due to language barriers (ballots, ...


E-mail letters, May 24, 2011

By Staff

Go green by recycling Congress You won’t usually hear me saying “Go green,” but I think it is time to recycle … Congress! We need legislators who will secure our borders, make English our national language, mandate ...


Printed letters, May 24, 2011

By Staff

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 want to share a few examples. A new copper ...


E-mail letters, May 23, 2011

By Staff

Mexico is an important U.S. trading partner Gary Harmon went far afield to find information about demographic changes in the Western Slope of Colorado in his May 21 story on Hispanic numbers. According to Harmon, services are being ...


Printed letters, May 24, 2011

By Staff

I believe that I have a fairly open mind and I believe that people have a right to express their opinions. In fact, I spent over 20 years of my life to protect the right of people like Ward Churchill to state their opinions. But, to ...


Printed letters, May 22, 2011

By Staff

Breaking ‘little’ laws OK by commissioners It was very interesting to read how two of the three Mesa County commissioners want to approach publishing the expenses for the county on a monthly basis. They want to just stop doing ...


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 ...


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