Letters

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Printed Letters: Oct. 9, 2014

By Staff

Predators, not ranchers, cause scarcity of deer I have read Joe Sheetz’s letter several times trying to understand his thinking. However, all I can come up with is that he has a dislike of ranchers/farmers (mostly one and the ...


Email letters, October 8, 2014

By Staff

Don’t judge Udall or Gardner’s accomplishments by the jobs of their predecessors What does the fact that Mark Udall’s cousins and his dad were also public servants have to do with Udall’s accomplishments? Udall has ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 8, 2014

By Staff

Library incident shows candidate’s intolerance Yeulin Willett ran a full page ad in the Daily Sentinel on Sunday, touting what he believes are the wonderful, positive characteristics that make him worthy of public office. Our experience ...


Email letters, October 7, 2014

By Staff

Sheriff office should investigate candidate’s unconstitutional attacks Sheriff Spiess recently disclosed that the County attorney advised her of when to release news of State Senator King’s firing to the public. She also refused ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 7, 2014

By Staff

Support protectors of Second Amendment During this campaign season there have been many letters in support of various candidates. The reasons given for voting for particular candidates have been numerous and often meaningful. However, I ...


Email letters, October 6, 2014

By Staff

Inform yourself on GMO’s and Proposition 105 Why do the companies that engineer GMO’s pay millions to thwart Proposition 105? I, for one, want to know what is in the food I eat. I am not disillusioned by the mailings and ads by ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 5, 2014

By Staff

Pursuit of knowledge gives Willett the edge What should you look for in a representative? We are about to elect our next representatives to the Statehouse. I particularly like that word: representative. It means a person to act or speak for ...


Email letters, October 3, 2014

By Staff

While unsurprised, reader disappointed in Fruita Times closure If I were a “told you so” kind of person, I would say it myself. After reading about a year ago that The Daily Sentinel bought The Fruita Times, I asked myself ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 3, 2014

By Staff

Misguided humor promotes stagnant, one-party system Sometimes a misguided attempt at humor reveals an ugly reality. Such was the case when Reford Theobold, at the recent Lions Club debate for sheriff’s candidates, posed his three items ...


Email letters, October 2, 2014

By Staff

Low unemployment rate is good for Democrat voters, bad news for Republican voters You accidentally, or on purpose, left out the most important part in your endorsement column. The Colorado unemployment rate has dropped down to 5.2 percent, ...


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