Letters

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Printed letters, January 1, 2013

By Staff

I want to elaborate on Bill Grant’s recent column on a proposal to expand motorized use within Area 5 of the Bangs Canyon Special Recreation Management Area, an area designated as backcountry and recognized for its wilderness ...


Email letters, Dec. 31, 2012

By Staff

Moving our culture forward requires critical thinking I have to wonder…. Since folks were certain that the president was wholly responsible when gas prices were pushing $4 a gallon, will they likewise offer him kudos now that a gallon ...


Printed letters, December 30, 2012

By Staff

When the TABOR override measure to provide funds to pay off the Riverside Parkway was voted on, it was presented as a temporary increase. We were led to believe that the tax increase would end when the parkway was paid off. Now the city wants ...


Email letters, Dec. 28, 2012

By Staff

Heed political radical’s word before relinquishing liberties As I read through The Daily Sentinel published on Dec. 23, I noted that you believe there’s nothing unconstitutional about a ban of so-called “assault ...


Printed letters, December 28, 2012

By Staff

We have finally heard recommendations from the NRA for ensuring that a massacre of school children never occurs again. Wayne LaPierre, voicing “horror, outrage and grief at this incomprehensible loss and unspeakable crime committed by an ...


Email letters, Dec. 27, 2012

By Staff

Council ought to be honest about TABOR override funds When the TABOR override measure to provide funds to pay off the Riverside Parkway was voted on, it was presented as a temporary increase. We were led to believe that the tax increase would ...


Printed letters, December 27, 2012

By Staff

A photo accompanying the article, “Gas field fears,” on Dec. 21 shows citizens with cartridge filter masks to keep them from getting sick from the “poisonous fumes” that are allegedly produced from the well site. If ...


Email letters, Dec. 26, 2012

By Staff

Will mindless minority make 80 percent suffer? If you needed further proof that the activist conservative agenda (aka the tea party) is out of control, we now have it. According to The Daily Sentinel article, these purulent anti-tax people ...


Printed letters, December 26, 2012

By Staff

The BLM environmental assessment for Bangs Canyon includes plans to expand access to motorized use in the Bangs Canyon area and to the steep slopes of Horse Mesa. The expansion was promoted by an organization interested in increasing ...


Printed letters, December 25, 2012

By Staff

After reading the letter about the Bear Ranch Land Exchange recently, I feel compelled to correct a few inaccuracies. I’m sure they were unintentional, but the “facts” just aren’t accurate. According to the letter, the ...


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