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Printed letters, April 5, 2011

By Staff

I wonder how our county even runs with the think tank we have elected now. Seriously, we are going to ask the taxpayers of Colorado for $160,000 to clean up some property in De Beque? Really? Why not fine the individual and, while ...


Printed letters, April 4, 2011

By Staff

The current Grand Junction municipal election is an opportunity to end the farce of marijuana dispensaries in the city. I know that, in a very small percentage of the population, marijuana is a necessary pharmacological solution. I do not ...


Printed letters April 1, 2011

By Staff

We must learn to live within energy means I’ve reluctantly withheld my sentiments on nuclear energy and our high-risk, high-cost behaviors during this sensitive period of the Japanese catastrophe. I can’t help responding to letter ...


Email letter, March 31, 2011

By Staff

Board should listen to all complaints Recently I heard that School District 51 Board members won’t read or pay attention to complaints or ideas if sender is not identified. That is a stretch of common sense. I can think of numerous ...


Printed letters, March 30, 2011

By Staff

Delta Democrats favor keeping 3rd CD intact It is important to clarify the impression that might have been given by The Daily Sentinel’s quote of the comment I made on behalf of the Delta Democratic Party at the redistricting meeting ...


E-mail letters, March 29, 2011

By Staff

Our country is coming to its senses I read Denny Herzog’s column about the demise of the Sarah Palin and the tea party and couldn’t help wondering that if Sarah Palin is seen so unfavorably why does her name find its way into ...


Printed letters, March 30, 2011

By Staff

A celebration marred, opined Bill Grant in his March 23 column about the one-year anniversary of Obamacare. My question for Grant is, do we normally celebrate a disaster? It’s a disaster because the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ...


E-mail letters, March 28, 2011

By Staff

Solar energy should proceed in way that protects resources Colorado has been chosen as one of several Western states where large-scale alternative energy development will soon begin. The BLM has identified four locations on public land ...


Printed letters, March 29, 2011

By Staff

As a gun dealer licensed to sell firearms in Colorado and also the proud owner of a concealed-carry handgun permit, I have been following HB 1205, the concealed carry bill, with much interest. To be honest, I am not surprised that this bill ...


Printed letters, March 27, 2011

By Staff

In response to Denny Herzog’s Commentary of March 20 regarding the Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association, we would offer that, given the necessary time, PERA will again be without an unfunded liability as it had been 10 years ...


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