Letters

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Printed letters, February 24, 2013

By Staff

When voting for City Council candidates, remember which ones actually did something good. I want to recommend Laura Luke, who took the time to attend our neighborhood meeting to stop the Greyhound Bus terminal from being placed in a ...


Email letters, February 21, 2013

By Staff

Bring John Otto’s vision of national park to fruition The Grand Valley is graced with awesome sandstone towers and canyons minutes from western Colorado’s largest and most diverse communities of Grand Junction, Fruita and ...


Printed letters, February 21, 2013

By Staff

There is adequate revenue to fund the legitimate functions of the federal government. The common elements of all nations, whether a republic or a dictatorship, are a military to defend; ambassadors to interact with other nations; prisons to ...


Email letters, February 20, 2013

By Staff

Colorado senators urged to support Pentagon cuts In the budget debate in Washington, advocates for rolling back the $1 trillion in cuts to the Pentagon budget have been some of the loudest voices. As a retired schoolteacher, I think that it ...


Printed letters, February 20, 2013

By Staff

L et me try to understand the inept justice system that protects us. I read in The Daily Sentinel Feb. 15 that the dog, Dutch, was “sentenced to death for mauling a woman.” As far as I know, dogs are not able to make a conscious ...


Email letters, February 19, 2013

By Staff

Taxpayers sacrifice while feds continue spending spree Many of us were raised on the old saying, “When your outgo exceeds your income, your upkeep becomes your downfall,” We have been operating this country on a deficit of ...


Printed letters, Febrary 19, 2013

By Staff

Why do legislators continue to try to pass bad gun laws that only serve to protect us from honest people? We have legislators who don’t know the difference between an AK-47 and a Red Ryder BB gun trying to define assault or ...


Email letters, February 18, 2013

By Staff

Base mental health reforms on compassion – not fear I am mentally ill, and I am sick of this debate. Guess what? I and the other so-called “mentally ill” in this country already do not have the right to own a firearm, under ...


Printed letters, February 17, 2013

By Staff

The growing support to designate the Colorado National Monument a national park is not “just a request for a simple name change,” but more importantly it is “just a great opportunity” to showcase Grand Valley’s ...


Email letters, February 15, 2013

By Staff

BLM’s preferred alternative will hurt local businesses Chamber President Diane Schwenke might want to get the facts before endorsing BLM’s new regional director. The new management plan will have drastic impacts on our local ...


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