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E-mail letters, December 16, 2010

By Staff

Killing bear in den is hardly sporting I was curious when I saw the headline about the 750 pound bear in The Daily Sentinel on Dec. 15. As I began reading, my curiosity turned to disgust. What sport is there to track a bear to his den and ...


Printed letters, Dec. 17, 2010

By Staff

Regarding the Dec. 12, “Lifestyle” section of the newspaper: An article written by Rachel Sauer about using Chinese characters for Christmas gifts is a nice idea, and it is very nice to see people interested in Chinese calligraphy, ...


E-mail letters, December 15, 2010

By Staff

‘Olden days’ were far better in many respects Is it a blessing or a burden to live long enough to reminisce about the “olden days”? Somehow, I survived before government began making our critical decisions for ...


Printed letters, December 16, 2010

By Staff

Congress must pass DREAM Act now This important topic cannot wait any longer. It is not a political problem, it is something that goes way beyond that. It is a social situation that needs to be attended to immediately. Some politicians ...


E-mail letters, December 14, 2010

By Staff

Community supported synthetic skating rink We at On Edge Skating would like to thank everyone who came out last weekend and saw our synthetic ice rink at Olde Fashioned Christmas.  We hope that all the children enjoyed skating. Thank ...


Printed letters, December 15, 2010

By Staff

Grant Seems to forget who controls Congress Columnist Bill Grant’s eclectic columns always intrigue me with their surprise endings. His recent article that implored the “newcomer Democrats” to break the tyranny of the ...


Printed letters, Dec. 14, 2010

By Staff

The extension of the Bush tax cuts is not about cutting taxes, just continuing current policy. Of course after 9/11 we had a downturn, but we survived that. The rich pay what percentage of all taxes now? The claimed hundreds of billions of ...


E-mail letters, December 13, 2010

By Staff

Costco should locate in Eastgate center While it sad that City Market is no longer in the Eastgate Shopping Center, now is the time to look for new opportunities. This end of North Avenue is struggling—especially with all the new ...


Printed letters, Dec. 12, 2010

By Staff

Kudos to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission for its efforts to ensure every Coloradan can breathe cleaner air. Its decision Thursday to implement the Clean Air-Clean Jobs Act and embrace abundant natural gas will reduce air pollution, ...


Printed letters, Dec. 10, 2010

By Staff

I am writing in response to The Daily Sentinel article about the junkyard owned by Mike Knowles along the Redlands Parkway. When we moved here 10 years ago, I frequently heard the locals referring to Grand Junction as “Grand ...


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