Letters

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Email Letters: September 12, 2016

By Staff

Cyclists and motorists alike should look out for each other In regard to the excellent editorial of Friday Sept 7., 2016, “Share the Road,” this writer would like to support the ideas expressed in that piece. The opposing civic ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 11, 2016

By Staff

Amendment 69 exemplifies progress ProgressNow Colorado, which recently came out against Amendment 69 (universal health care for all Coloradans) should change its name to RegressNow Colorado. I suggest as a symbol they create a car stuck in ...


Email Letters: September 9, 2016

By Staff

Colorado Care represents true progress for universal health care ProgressNow Colorado, which recently came out against Amendment 69 (universal health care for all Coloradans) should change its name to RegressNow Colorado. I suggest as a ...


Printed Letters: September 9, 2016

By Staff

Arts and culture key 
to economic recovery The city of Grand Junction’s cuts to arts and cultural organizations, as discussed in The Daily Sentinel’s recent editorial, was shortsighted and is in conflict with the ...


Email Letters: September 8, 2016

By Staff

Arts, culture, and quality of life investments key to city’s economic recovery The city of Grand Junction’s cuts to arts and cultural organizations, as discussed in The Daily Sentinel’s recent editorial, was shortsighted ...


Printed Letters: September 8, 2016

By Staff

Homelessness is a complicated issue Grand Valley Peace & Justice was recently mentioned in the article regarding homelessness and the city’s search for a solution. At Grand Valley Peace & Justice, the mission includes an ...


Email Letters: September 7, 2016

By Staff

Homelessness a more complicated issue than many might imagine Grand Valley Peace & Justice was recently mentioned in the article regarding homelessness and the city’s search for a solution. At Grand Valley Peace & Justice, the ...


Printed Letters: September 7, 2016

By Staff

We need to address causes of homelessness Your recent front-page article on the homeless – “transients” you called them – haunts me. Surely I am not alone among baby boomers who remember the “sudden” ...


Email Letters: September 6, 2016

By Staff

49’ers quarterback portrayed ignorance and poor judgment The editors are celebrating with their editorial on that kneeling quarterback for the 49’ers. While I can agree that he has a right to not join in respectful acknowledgement ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 6, 2016

By Staff

Planned roundabout not the best solution A small group of concerned Redlands residents recently met with local CDOT engineers to discuss the planned roundabout at Redlands Parkway and Broadway (Highway 340). While they were pleasant and ...


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