Letters

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Printed letters, March 24

By Staff

In the spirit of full disclosure, I must tell you that I live in the county and will be unable to vote on Referred Measure A. However, this is still an important issue to me. Many of us in the county have worked in Grand Junction and utilize ...


Email letters, March 22, 2013

By Staff

President is more serious about “Final Four” than his leadership With great amusement and perplexity, I have observed the news media excitement about President Obama weighing in on the “Final Four” basketball brackets. ...


Printed letters, March 22, 2013

By Staff

Thank you, Daily Sentinel, for pointing out the support for the challengers for City Council. It is no accident that the silent majority is awakening to the consequences of elections. Business owners have been busy working, making payroll, ...


Email letters, March 21, 2013

By Staff

Liberal agenda dominates state legislative session Congratulations to Gov. Hickenlooper. He finally outed himself for who he really is, the dyed-in-the wool Front Range Democrat that he always was and always will be. The liberal agenda put ...


Printed letters, March 21, 2013

By Staff

I woke on a recent, beautiful spring morning, inhaled a cloud of smoke from someone’s backyard fire and decided to speak out about the practice in this valley of open burning. For five months of the year, we suffer the effects of open ...


Email letters, March 20, 2013

By Staff

All taxpayers have the right to voice opinions on schools It was frightening to read the opinion of Grand Junction High School Principal Jon Bilbo that public input is not wanted in the School District. It was even more frightening to hear ...


Printed letters, March 20, 2013

By Staff

Recently misinformation has been disseminated regarding the Grand Junction City Council candidates and the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce’s endorsements. As the governmental affairs manager for the Grand Junction Area Chamber ...


Email letters, March 19, 2013

By Staff

Schools reflect the communities they serve I’ve followed with interest the continuing debate and developments concerning school safety, security, and bullying in Mesa County and elsewhere. As a District 51 taxpayer and one with a ...


Printed letters, March 19,2013

By Staff

This is in regard to the headline, “State report: Toddler’s death shows need for training in Mesa County.” I think the training in Mesa County needs to happen at the Human Services Department, not with those who did report ...


Email letters, March 18, 2013

By Staff

Colorado’s ‘brand’ draws in new residents, business In his March 15 column, Josh Penry earns his paycheck as a gun-rights advocate, but he flunks as a branding consultant. He excoriates the legislature for spending time on ...


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