Letters

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Printed letters, July 11, 2010

By Staff

I was grateful to read The Daily Sentinel’s editorial in support of, and encouraging some in our community to help raise private funds towards the development of Los Colonias Park. I hope they are successful. The Sentinel is correct ...


E-mail letters, July 9, 2010

By Staff

Tipton has experience needed to fix America Scott Tipton’s life is a reflection of the same commitment, hard work and “never give up” attitude that we should all seek in a leader. Scott has been married to his wife Jean ...


E-mail letters, July 8, 2010

By Staff

  Unemployment editorial didn’t show Dems’ hypocrisy The lack of pertinent facts on unemployment funding on The Daily Sentinel’s July 7 Commentary page is an example of why conservatives do not trust the mainstream ...


Printed letters, July 9, 2010

By Staff

I would like to speak out in favor of the progress that Palisade has made in the last six years. The town’s financial reserves have grown from $100,000 to $2.43 million. This has been accomplished while we, as a community, have built a ...


E-mail letters, July 7, 2010

By Staff

  Maes hasn’t demonstrated experience to be governor I’ve heard Dan Maes say being governor is an executive position. I would say that he is the executive of his campaign and after reading the July 6 edition of The Daily ...


Printed letters, July 8, 2010

By Staff

Where was State Patrol when truck was stalled? The recent headline read, “Cops say cones truck driver placed on 1-70 contributed to accident.” Further, the truck had been disabled since 6:45 that morning until the accident. ...


E-mail letters, July 5, 2010

By Staff

Volunteer coordinator at VA Hospital will be missed I know change is inevitable, but sometimes it comes too soon. The heart of the volunteer program at our Veterans Administration Hospital has ceased to beat, with the retirement of Kris ...


Printed letters, July 7, 2010

By Staff

Jahani family was a blessing to Montrose When Sam and Christine Jahani moved to Montrose with their six children, they did so not with their hands out, but with their arms open. This community benefited from the love and generosity of the ...


Printed letters, July 6, 2010

By Staff

We need a new path for energy development They say history repeats itself.  They also say the definition of insanity is to repeat the same action and expect different results.  It appears that our current administration does not ...


Printed letters, July 4, 2010

By Staff

Gun rights threatened despite court ruling I should be happy about the recent Supreme Court decision on gun rights. However, there are some facts that are very disturbing: ✓ Four of the justices voted against the U.S. Constitution. ...


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