Letters

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Printed letters, April 4, 2014

By Staff

Mike Bambino’s display opinion piece published March 23 had both strange contentions and a plausible solution regarding America’s health care. High premiums, huge deductibles, medical-related bankruptcies, potential Medicare ...


Email letters, April 3, 2014

By Debra Dobbins

National park issue raises questions worth examining Thanks to the Sentinel editorial page for admitting that having a mini-national park in our backyard will not unleash a tourism bonanza. Now, if only the news side of the paper could ...


Printed letters, April 3, 2014

By Staff

I have known Steve Acquafresca since he first ran for public office. Over the years, I’ve known him as a commissioner and as a committed individual involved in our community at various functions I have attended. Acquafresca is now ...


Email letters, April 2, 2014

By Staff

West Star’s private financing is a lesson for public officials We are very pleased to hear that West Star will be moving forward with a privately financed paint facility. West Star is a respected employer and a vital part of the ...


Printed letters, April 2, 2014

By Staff

In Rick Wagner’s column on Colorado’s pot taxes he didn’t mention tobacco taxes. So, I did some searching and found tobacco taxes (including the Master Settlement Agreement) brought in $319 million. If retail and medial ...


Email letters, April 1, 2014

By Staff

Poor stewardship of Earth creates dangerous weather In my allotted three-score-and-ten-plus years, I have seen weather cycles. I believe, however, due to our poor stewardship of Earth over which we have been given dominion, we have managed ...


Email letters March 31, 2014

By Staff

Cancer survivor remembers loving support from classmates Over the last few days I have been thinking a lot about what I was doing 34 years ago. I was 9 years old, going thru chemo and recovering from a left leg amputation because of bone ...


Printed letter, April 1, 2014

By Staff

I would like to respond to the recent front-page story regarding limited stakes gambling in De Beque. I am in favor of De Beque’s effort to bring in this type of revenue-generating activity. Why not De Beque? Financially, the need for ...


Printed Letters: March 30, 2104

By Staff

Religious puppet show foisted on kids at dinosaur museum I have held a family museum membership for several years. This past fall I was upset by an incident at the Dinosaur Days exhibit in the Fruita museum, but was initially reluctant to ...


Email letters, March 28, 2014

By Staff

Opt for classy, not trashy Memo to City of Fruita, Cobb Marketing and Communications, and the Sentinel editorial board: Here’s an idea … let’s try for clever and classy instead of edgy and trashy. It’s hard work, we ...


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