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E-mail letters, January 17, 2011

By Staff

Words matter, and so does responsibility In old Tombstone, Wyatt Earp didn’t allow guns in town, according to legend. Cowboys with guns on their hips and booze in their bellies shot up towns indiscriminately.  It was an effort to ...

Printed letters, Jan. 18, 2011

By Staff

“If any man should call himself a champion, let him prove it in battle or on the field of game.” Imagine if that quote were altered to read “… let him prove it by poll or popularity or by mathematical regression ...

Printed letters, Jan. 16, 2011

By Staff

Culture of violence is what led to killings This is regarding the hysteria surrounding the attempted assassination a congresswoman and murders of a judge and other innocent victims of a deranged individual in Arizona. We, through ...

E-mail letters, January 14, 2011

By Staff

Old energy receives significant subsidies Renewable energies like solar and wind have a right to a fair playing field. Hans Croeber’s letter on Jan. 13 is an unfortunate example of the all-to-common sentiment in our region that ...

Printed letters, Jan. 14, 2011

By Staff

Writer’s logic would prohibit cell phones I had reservations about responding to Gail Collins’ Jan. 11 column regarding our Second Amendment rights to bear arms. This is, by all rights, a time for prayer by all and reflection by ...

E-mail letters, January 13, 2011

By Staff

City officials appear concerned about corporations The closure of City Market’s Eastgate store means that the vast area from Second Street to 32 Road, the Colorado River to Horizon Drive, has exactly three grocery stores: ...

Printed letters, Jan. 13, 2011

By Staff

When I read in the Jan. 9 edition of The Daily Sentinel the headline, “Energy efficient projects good for the bottom line and the environment,” I immediately wondered how thoroughly that encouraging headline would be supported in ...

E-mail letters, January 12, 2011

By Staff

Mesa county deserves officials who act like adults Once again we find Commissioner Craig Meis in another act of childish behavior in his wish to taunt Commissioner Steve Acquafresca. Is there no end to acts of self-serving and childish ...

E-mail letters, January 11, 2011

By Staff

Series showed girls can aspire to anything When I was a girl, I could aspire to be a nurse, a teacher or a secretary.  Today girls, like boys, have a better opportunity to be anything they want to be, and to bring their skills and ...

Printed letters, Jan. 12, 2011

By Staff

Like many of us, I spent my childhood hunting and fishing in the backcountry of the Western Slope. It was a family tradition handed down to me and one that I would like to pass on to future generations. Secretary of Interior Ken ...

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