Letters

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Printed letters, June 15, 2010

By Staff

I see our president has declared a moratorium on offshore drilling because of the spill in the Gulf. Why? It was a production platform, not a drill rig that caused the spill. We will now lose thousands more well-paying oilfield jobs and send ...


Printed letters, June 13, 2010

By Staff

Terminated officers disrespect community The three terminated Grand Junction police officers, (Joseph Mulcahy, Justin Roberts, Phillip Van Why) have stooped to new levels of disrespect by filing post-disciplinary appeal meetings with the ...


E-mail letters, June 11, 2010

By Staff

Public input sought on Battlement drilling Garfield County is hosting a public meeting on June 15 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Grand Valley Fire Station in Battlement Mesa. The purpose of this meeting is to update stakeholders and the ...


E-mail letters, June 10, 2010

By Staff

Tea party will highlight independent candidates The upcoming tea party in Sherwood park south Pavilion in Grand Junction on June 27   promises to be an extravaganza of knowledge at very low cost, allowing “we the people,” who ...


Printed letters, June 11, 2010

By Staff

I’ve had the opportunity to participate in many countywide meetings with Dave Walker as a past member of the Fruita City Council. Mayor Walker always demonstrated a strong commitment and understanding of issues pertaining to the town of ...


E-mail letters, June 9, 2010

By Staff

Elder-Watch campaign seeks to reduce scams The article by Amy Hamilton on scammers preying on the elderly was very informative, with useful tips on how to avoid being scammed. One of the most important things we can do as a community is ...


Printed letters, June 10, 2010

By Staff

Police chief, city did right in firing officers Law enforcement officers form a major part of the backbone of a civilized society. Law officers must be held to a higher standard than other citizens because law officers have such a great ...


E-mail letters, June 8, 2010

By Staff

Kids playing in street is a parenting problem In the front page article, “Dust Up,” in the June 7 edition of The Daily Sentinel, John Kelchner is on track with his statements: “Honestly, kids’ lives are at stake” ...


Printed letters, June 9, 2010

By Staff

County overestimates potential clinic savings Mesa County has taken a step backward in terms of health care reform by making a decision to open a primary care medical clinic for Mesa County employees and families. Commissioners Janet Rowland ...


E-mail letters, June 7, 2010

By Staff

Mesa County implementing truly socialistic medicine Here we go, now, since the failure to adopt the proper real health care reform for our nation. We could have had a single-payer system—i.e. Medicare for all. This would have enabled ...


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