Letters

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Email letters, July 10, 2014

By Staff

Re-designation of CNM would only benefit special interest groups According to todays editorial, the Daily Sentinel still does not get it. It is a much-repeated myth that re-designating Colorado National Monument to a national park does not ...


Printed Letters: July 10, 2014

By Staff

Lawmakers were right to leave monument be The angry backlash from this newspaper to the decision by Rep. Scott Tipton and Sen. Mark Udall to preserve the Colorado National Monument in its current status seems disproportionate to its supposed ...


Email letters, July 9, 2014

By Staff

Lawmakers were right to leave monument be
 The angry backlash from this newspaper to the decision by Rep. Scott Tipton and Sen. Mark Udall to preserve the Colorado National Monument in its current status seems disproportionate to its ...


Printed Letters: July 9, 2014

By Staff

Fourth of July parade sullied by King attack We attended the Fourth of July parade on Main and thought it was great. So many veterans honored and people applauding them for what they had done. What disturbed us were the people at the very ...


Email letters, July 8, 2014

By Staff

Judicial decision shows why voting is important Why should you vote? Does it make a difference? Who cares? After reading last Sunday’s Daily Sentinel, those questions should be answered. I’m referring of course, to the federal ...


Printed Letters: July 8, 2014

By Staff

Hobby Lobby decision amounts to persecution To those who rejoice in the Hobby Lobby decision by the Supreme Court, perhaps you should pause and call to mind the reasons for the foundational right about the freedom of religion. The First ...


Email letters, July 7, 2014

By Staff

Closing splash pad was a family unfriendly situation As a local grandmother who brought my grandchildren to the Main Street splash pad to play in the summer, I am both disappointed and irritated that it is closed. Its popularity by adults who ...


Printed Letters: July 6, 2014

By Staff

Carbon tax gives renewables a chance in the free market Thank you for your coverage of the federal ruling to stop expansion of the West Elk Mine in Somerset. The conservation groups involved and the U.S. District Court judge demonstrated ...


Printed Letters: July 4, 2014

By Staff

Can parks staff find a way to keep splash pad going? As one of the members of the Grand Junction Lions Club who worked closely with the City Parks Department to build the Lions Club splash pad, I am delighted to learn that it is now free for ...


Email letters, July 3, 2014

By Staff

Contraceptive cartoon missed the facts I was deeply offended by the cartoon on The Daily Sentinel’s editorial page on Tuesday. The cartoon suggested that all contraceptives are no longer available to employees of these types of ...


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