Letters

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Printed letters, August 17, 2010

By Staff

There has been plenty of debate recently about Secretary of State Bernie Buescher’s request for a waiver to exempt Colorado from sending ballots to overseas military voters 45 days before the election. I write because this exemption ...


Printed letters, August 15, 2010

By Staff

Regional Center provided for needs of those moved As someone who has worked for the Grand Junction Regional Center for almost 10 years, I was appalled at the recent article in The Daily Sentinel that seemed to go out of its way to portray the ...


E-mail letters, Aug. 13, 2010

By Staff

Oil industry has never been properly monitored Years ago, at a congressional hearing in Fort Bragg, a fishing town in Northern California, I testified against gas drilling off that wild Pacific coast.  The citizens hung bed sheets from ...


E-mail letters, Aug. 12, 2010

By Staff

District 51 math, writing scores are worrisome A disturbing note in the new CSAP tally is that the District 51 math and writing averages are consistently less than the state averages. I question the effectiveness of the recently introduced ...


Printed letters, August 13, 2010

By Staff

Communities are strong, yet delicate. They can be slowly built and they can be instantly broken. To participate in a community is to understand and respect this. Everyone who lives in Grand Junction is a beneficiary of its 130-year history of ...


Printed letters, August 12, 2010

By Staff

Judge’s sexual orientation was not a factor in case The Daily Sentinel’s Aug. 6 editorial was the most ridiculous piece of commentary I have read in recent memory. Judges are just that. They are elected or appointed to judge an ...


Printed letters, August 11, 2010

By Staff

I was pleased with The Daily Sentinel’s Aug. 2 article about Jen Taylor and COPMOBA’s efforts to build three mountain-bike skills parks here in the valley. Some of our neighbors may not be aware of the huge potential of mountain ...


E-mail letters, Aug 10, 2010

By Staff

Proposition 8 was invalid no matter who sat as judge The Daily Sentinel’s editorial asserting that Judge Walker should have disqualified himself from ruling on the constitutionality of California’s Proposition 8 is based on a ...


Printed letters, August 10, 2010

By Staff

Common sense absent in recent spending bills Have we lost all common sense? The CBO estimates that it costs $754 in ethanol subsidies to cut carbon emissions by one metric ton. Compare this to the estimate by Congress of a cost of $26 a ton ...


E-mail letters, Aug 8, 2010

By Staff

Regional Center provided for all needs of those moved As someone who has worked for the Grand Junction Regional Center for almost 10 years, I was appalled at the recent article in The Daily Sentinel that seemed to go out of its way to ...


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