Letters

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Printed Letters: April 19, 2016

By Staff

Retirees can’t count on medical care in valley My husband and I spend half the year in the Grand Valley, joining other active retirees who enjoy outdoor recreation. Over the past decade in Grand Junction, we’ve built a house, ...


Email letters, April 18, 2016

By Staff

Water resources should not be used as political game for benefit of speculators Something is not right. House Bill 16-1337 passed the House on April 1 with a 60 to 5 margin. This should have been introduced in the Senate a few days later. As ...


Printed Letters: April 17, 2016

By Staff

GOP delegate election is a grassroots process I was elected as a delegate at my precinct caucus to the Colorado state Republican convention. I attended my local precinct caucus along with approximately 35 of my neighbors. I was elected by my ...


Email letters, April 15, 2016

By Staff

All users need to follow the rules of the road Try this. Station yourself by any stop sign and note the number of wheeled vehicles that roll through without completely stopping. Yes, drivers of cars and riders of bicycles often don’t ...


Printed Letters: April 15, 2016

By Staff

Thanks, governor, for fighting for pipeline A big thank you to Gov. John Hickenlooper for writing a letter to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission in an effort to revive the rejected Jordan Cove and Pacific Connector Pipeline Project. ...


Email letters, April 14, 2016

By Staff

Those campaigning to put marijuana back on the ballots should stop Well, back to normal again, what ever that is. The dust is still flying and the losers (whiners) have already started the campaign to put the marijuana issues back on the ...


Printed Letters: April 14, 2016

By Staff

Leave drainage district alone so it can fix things I keep seeing letters and articles harping on the various perceived failures of the Grand Valley Drainage District. One, John Crouch, even said the district’s approach “is close to ...


Email letters, April 13, 2016

By Staff

Bicyclists seem entitled to ignore and flaunt motor vehicle laws It was sad to see the article about the 12-year-old lady who ran the stop sign on her bike and was in an accident with a motor vehicle. The continued entitlement of the ...


Printed Letters: April 13, 2015

By Staff

We’re creating messes while cleaning others Today, this country is cleaning up (or attempting to clean up) the messes people left behind, such as the arsenic and other chemicals used in gold mining. We are also faced with cleaning up ...


Email letters, April 12, 2016

By Staff

While we clean up messes left behind, we are creating waste sites of our own Today, this country is cleaning up (or attempting to clean up) the messes people left behind, such as the arsenic and other chemicals used in gold mining. We are ...


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