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Printed letters, Dec. 30, 2010

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel’s Dec. 26 editorial, “Numbers Game,” is misleading in one important aspect.  The statement, “Colorado is somewhere in the middle in this spectrum. It still faces difficult budget issues and its ...


Printed letters, Dec. 29, 2010

By Staff

This letter is SEMA Construction’s position in regard to the repair work being performed on the Riverside Parkway, regarding The Daily Sentinel story printed on Dec. 21, “Problems continue to plague $110 million Riverside ...


E-mail letters, December 28, 2010

By Staff

Right to free speech carries a responsibility How can The Daily Sentinel publish a letter that insists that any president, whether it’s Obama or Bush, Clinton or Reagan, intends to “wipe out a generation of patriots?” Are ...


Printed letters, December 28, 2010

By Staff

Coloradans help pass renewable energy funds While the news on our economic recovery has not been great, clean energy has been doing its part to create jobs and clean our environment. Despite this success, a critical federal incentive for ...


E-mail letters, December 27, 2010

By Staff

Colorado near the bottom, not middle, in tax rates The Daily Sentinel’s Dec. 26 editorial (“Numbers Game”) is misleading in one important aspect.  The statement: “Colorado is somewhere in the middle in this ...


Printed letters, December 26, 2010

By Staff

Kids Aid success due to community This letter is long overdue. It is with deep appreciation and gratitude that I say “Thank you” for the overwhelming support the community has given to Kids Aid Backpack Program since we began three ...


Printed letters, Dec. 24, 2010

By Staff

Library staff was great in collecting needed gifts I would like to say kudos to the staff at Mesa County Public Library for their efforts in collecting Christmas gifts for needy families of the Grand Valley. Last week, when we held our ...


E-mail letters, December 22, 2010

By Staff

Renewable energy incentive almost killed While the news on our economic recovery has not been great, clean energy has been doing its part to create jobs and clean our environment. Despite this success, a critical federal incentive for ...


Printed letters, December 23, 2010

By Staff

Wagner only looked at one part of tax issue It is always interesting to read the musings and logic, or lack thereof, of one of The Daily Sentinel’s columnists, Rick Wagner. His recent column regarding taxes is another example of his ...


Printed letters, Dec. 21, 2010

By Staff

Please take some time to review and comment on the 2035 transportation plan at http://www.2035rtp.com/site/. I have enjoyed cycling in the Grand Valley almost 30 years, have commuted to work and cycled in most major U.S. cities and many ...


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