Letters

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E-mail letters, May 13, 2010

By Staff

Political correctness the issue in California shirt fight Ruben Navarrette’s column on the California teens who were sent home from school for wearing American flag tee shirts on Cinco de Mayo was little more than another tired rant ...


Printed letters, May 14, 2010

By Staff

Energy disasters proclaim need for climate legislation I write in the wake of the ongoing oil catastrophe along the Gulf Coast and the recent coal mine explosion in West Virginia, urging that Congress make passage of climate and energy ...


E-mail letters, May 12, 2010

By Staff

Parking is no picnic at Canyon View Park I wonder if anyone else if tired of the parking situation at Canyon View Park on Saturdays? This is a great park with very nice facilities, but the parking situation on the event Saturdays is out of ...


Printed letters, May 13, 2010

By Staff

Fly the flag proudly, no matter whom it upsets Recently, there was a story about students being removed from school for wearing shirts with the American flag. Well, near as I can remember, this is still America. If people are born in the ...


Printed letters, May 12, 2010

By Staff

New light bulbs have dangerous mercury Mercury has been shown to be an environmental pollutant by the EPA. The city of Grand Junction was involved in a mercury scare in February, due to detection of methyl mercury in fish species in Juniata ...


E-mail letters, May 10, 2010

By Staff

Honor Flight provided memories of a lifetime Recently, I had the extreme privilege to travel to Washington DC with the Honor Flight of World War II veterans.  To be able to accompany these great Americans on the journey to see the ...


Printed letters, May 11, 2010

By Staff

More study needed about tamarisk and water usage On May 5 and the previous week, The Daily Sentinel ran stories on the recent report by the U.S. Geologic Survey and Bureau of Reclamation on the impacts of tamarisk (also known as salt cedar) ...


Printed letters, May 9, 2010

By Staff

SB 191 is not what’s best for state’s public education My husband and I have taught high school special education at Fruita Monument High School for nine years. We do not have tenure. We do have due process rights given to us by ...


E-mail letters, May 7, 2010

By Staff

Fly the flag proudly, no matter who it upsets Recently there was a story about students being removed from school for wearing shirts with the American flag. Well, near as I can remember this is still America. If people are born in the United ...


E-mail letters, May 6, 2010

By Staff

Hislop is best choice for House District 55 Only 223 years ago, this great nation’s founding fathers, including Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson, drafted the U.S. Constitution as a blueprint for a new nation. ...


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