Letters

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Printed Letters: Jan. 29, 2016

By Staff

Great weather should be part of branding In an effort to help our community grow, the following is an observation we might include in marketing the Grand Junction area. My husband and I watch the nightly news and hear about the profound ...


Email letters, January 28, 2016

By Staff

Op-ed’s underlying assumption about methane is not on point Although Raymond Pilcher’s op-ed addressed the major pollution problem of methane from coal mining, his underlying assumption that reinstating the exemption somehow fixes ...


Printed Letters: Jan. 28, 2016

By Staff

Coverage of leading GOP candidates is buffoonery In the past we often deemed the president of the United States as one of the smarter persons in America. Knowledgeable on foreign affairs, business, culture, history, law and our government. We ...


Email letters, January 27, 2016

By Staff

Energy is not a partisan issue As the political season heats up as we enter a volatile presidential election year I hope you have the oil and gas industry on your mind as we select our new leaders. Traditionally, Republicans and Democrats ...


Printed Letters: Jan. 27, 2016

By Staff

Broncos fan thinks he’ll never see a Super Bowl Once again, as a long time Broncos season ticket holder, I have been informed by the Denver Broncos ticket office that my account number was not chosen for Super Bowl tickets. ...


Email letters, January 26, 2016

By Staff

Academy Awards are fairly distributed between all races I don’t see what the big beef from the black community is about not having a black nominated for an Oscar for the two top spots this year is all about. For the last 27 years, of ...


Printed Letters: Jan. 26, 2016

By Staff

Local leaders must stop chasing natural gas dreams and focus on strongest assets Is the proposed Jordan Cove natural gas plant in Oregon the savior of Colorado’s gas industry or another pie in the sky? Sunday’s Sentinel story ...


Email letters, January 25, 2016

By Staff

Local leaders should focus on our strongest assets rather than natural gas dreams Is the proposed Jordan Cove natural gas plant in Oregon the savior of Colorado’s gas industry or another pie in the sky? Sunday’s Sentinel story ...


Printed Letters: Jan. 24, 2016

By Staff

We should demand a government that works I voted for President Obama twice, but I am one of many Democrats who are disappointed by him. My disappointment is not over his policies. I think he’s a poor administrator. A few ...


Email letters, January 22, 2016

By Staff

The Republican ‘party of no’ produces and accomplishes nothing Rick Wagner does not believe in climate change so he probably won’t believe that 2015 was the warmest year of record according to experts. Do you suppose he ...


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