Letters

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Printed letters, April 7, 2013

By Staff

Two entities in the Grand Valley should re-examine their original purposes for existing. It would be appropriate and useful for the new City Council to study carefully its mission and to state clearly what the council’s goals are and ...


Email letters, May 6, 2013

By Staff

Collaborative energy bill worthy of governor’s signature I’m a sustainable business guy. Last week though, I spent the afternoon, somewhat incongruously, you might think, with friends at the Elk Creek coal mine in Somerset. We ...


Printed letters, May 5, 2013

By Staff

Both political parties learned from the last national election that it is time to allow hard-working immigrants a fair chance at one day becoming citizens. I’m a first-generation-born citizen and am grateful to be an American. We need ...


Email letters, May 3, 2013

By Staff

Give industrious immigrants chance to gain citizenship Both political parties learned from the last national election that it is time to allow hard-working immigrants a fair chance at one day becoming citizens. I’m a ...


Email letters, May 2, 2013

By Staff

Science on effects of violent video games still disputed Now that Congress has rejected gun laws and people have had time to cool down, perhaps a discussion in a related topic can be had from a more rational perspective. Last December, NRA ...


Email letters, May 1, 2013

By Staff

Bullying of Mt. Garfield student raises questions about safety Recently four girls at Mt. Garfield Middle School threatened my niece’s daughter with bodily harm. After school they went to Rocky Mountain Middle School to continue their ...


Printed letters, May 2, 2013

By Staff

It’s probably just business as usual when the controlling political party in Colorado introduces and expects passage of a 128-page bill, released late in the session after months of secret drafting. Might citizens be shocked and ...


Printed letters, May 1, 2013

By Staff

Well, it’s good that Mesa County has a new county administrator, even though the county commissioners never explained why they fired the previous administrator. I imagine the contract negotiations were tough, as the new administrator ...


Email letters, April 30, 2013

By Staff

Marketplace Fairness Act would inadvertently hurt small businesses The Marketplace Fairness Act seeks to force businesses to collect sales tax in more than 20 states across the country. This would encompass more than 9,646 tax jurisdictions ...


Printed letters, April 30, 2013

By Staff

The historic dream to elevate Colorado National Monument to a national park is well on its way. The cities of Fruita, Grand Junction and Palisade helped lead our grassroots charge. A host of others, including the Colorado National Monument ...


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