Letters

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Printed letters, April 14, 2011

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel’s April 12 editorial highlighting a major move forward on calming the controversies involving divulging the ingredients of the fracking fluids used by the oil and gas industry is welcome news. However, there remains ...


Printed letters, April 13, 2011

By Staff

I completely agree with The Daily Sentinel editorial that soldiers’ pay should never be held hostage to congressional inability to pass a budget. The editorial suggested one solution: to exempt the salaries for soldiers for any reason ...


E-mail letters, April 12, 2011

By Staff

Radical enviros, Democrats, are responsible for gas prices With the price of gas soaring and the cost of living going up right along with it, let’s be sure we name the people primarily responsible for creating this situation. The ...


E-mail letters, April 11, 2011

By Staff

Logic is absent in GOP attack on Planned Parenthood Not everyone can be on welfare. True to this consciousness, the Republicans in both the state and federal legislatures are fiendishly slashing every possible social program they can lay ...


Printed letters, April 12, 2011

By Staff

As an alumnus and former two-term student trustee on the Board of Trustees, it makes me proud to see the evolution from a state college focused on the eleemosynary education for the youth within the multicounty region to an esteemed ...


Printed letters, March 10, 2011

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel’s April 3 editorial, “Consistency-challenged National Park Service,” is the fourth editorial in the last three months regarding the local organizing committee’s attempt to stage the 2012 USA Pro ...


E-mail letters, April 8, 2011

By Staff

Wrong person fired in Glenwood Springs school On April 6, the Roaring Fork school board fired Sonya Hemmen, the incredible principal of Glenwood Springs Elementary School, and would not tell Hemmen or anyone else why. This is part of a ...


Printed letters, April 8, 2011

By Staff

Obama team is creating artificial energy crisis The prospect of someone starving in the midst of plenty is not as fanciful as it may seem. In the early 20th century, Ukraine was the breadbasket of Europe, but the Russian communists created an ...


E-mail letters, April 6, 2011

By Staff

Comments supporting bike race censored on Monument’s Facebook I realize that the idea of bringing a race back to Colorado National Monument has met hurdle after hurdle, but I am saddened that mention of this on the Colorado National ...


Printed letters, April 7, 2011

By Staff

Uranium concerns are warranted I’m sure letter writer Lois Dunn must be aware that throwing around the Nazi references hardly classifies one as reasonable, and that the Goebbels’ quote could just as easily be applied to her ...


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