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Email letters, August 20, 2015

By Staff

Let us be grateful for the ‘zealots’ who will continue to blow the whistle on climate change I am sitting here reading the Richard Blosser letter in The Sentinel while looking out on the milky white haze almost totally obscuring ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 20, 2015

By Staff

Street name change would cost small-business owners When is someone going to listen to us small-business owners, the little guys who struggle through the ups and downs of a changing economy, changing society and changing town? We adjust, we ...


Email letters, August 19, 2015

By Staff

North Ave. name change would be costly to small business owners When is someone going to listen to us small business owners, the little guys who struggle through the ups and downs of a changing economy, changing society and changing town? We ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 19, 2015

By Staff

Zealots use climate to control all facets of life The Daily Sentinel has seen fit to publish another letter about global warming, this time from Mark Kertzman from Cambridge, Massachusetts. I am 70 years old and lived in California for my ...


Email letters, August 18, 2015

By Staff

Those who recreate in Grand Valley may be abusing private property rights Responding to Margaret Evans’ letter on Aug. 14th: I do not disagree with the bike riders, joggers, walkers, etc. who wish to use a trail along or near the ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 18, 2015

By Staff

Irrigators oppose change to drainage district board The Grand Valley “Irrigators” who sign below, and the Grand Valley Drainage District are opposed to Duncan McArthur and Scott McInnis’ plan that attacks the Valley’s ...


Email letters, August 17, 2015

By Staff

Irrigators and Drainage District opposed to plan that attacks Valley’s irrigation interests The Grand Valley “Irrigators” who sign below, and the Grand Valley Drainage District are opposed to Duncan McArthur and Scott ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 16, 2015

By Staff

Rural congressmen should represent rural interests Congressmen Scott Tipton and Ken Buck should be representing the people of their rural districts, not the interests of foreign lobbies and multinational corporations. They’re both ...


Email letters, August 14, 2015

By Staff

Thursday’s editorial regarding airport was concerning I was concerned by your editorial in Thursday’s paper regarding the airport. You stated if there had been no investigation, we would have a completed, paid for administration ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 14, 2015

By Staff

We should question edicts that threaten U.S. jobs Without question the editorial from Tuesday is correct in that we should take it easy on the coal industry. However, relieving unnecessary devastation with government subsidies in the form of ...


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