Letters

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Printed letters, March 19, 2010

By Staff

Staff of coroner, sheriff deserve praise for actions My wife and I had a rough February — not as rough as our neighbor, though. She lost her husband and while she was dealing with her loss, my wife and I, along with our neighbors, tried ...


E-mail letters, March 17, 2010

By Staff

Who is Bob Hislop? Is candidate Bob Hislop a real conservative? We have seen letters describing him as a dedicated conservative. However, sometimes you are judged by the company you keep. Would a dedicated conservative have a posting on a ...


Printed letters, March 18, 2010

By Staff

Local veterans hospital could be national model I am a veteran of that Asian “police action” in the late 1960s. Since coming back home in 1970, I have had the opportunity to visit a number of Veterans Affairs hospitals across the ...


Printed letters, March 17, 2010

By Staff

CDOT process ignores critical highway needs How ironic. Rio Blanco County was recently denied $9 million in energy impact funds for improvements to County Road 5, the Piceance Creek road that is the only all-weather public road providing ...


E-mail letters, March 16, 2010

By Staff

Shell’s decision on water aids West Slop agriculture Sparking a collective sigh of relief, good news came recently to farmers and ranchers on the Western Slope when Shell officials announced they would withdraw their application for a ...


E-mail letters, March 15, 2010

By Staff

Foster could be model for other public officials Bravo Tim Foster, a breath of fresh air in an era of tone-deaf public officials. Although Tim and I have had public policy disagreements during his legislative career, I always admired his ...


Printed letters, March 16, 2010

By Staff

Herzog’s column was right about police officers I am writing to thank you for publishing the column by Denny Herzog, who wrote the article “Policemen suffer from shooting, too,” that appeared in the March 9 edition of The ...


Printed letters, March 12

By Staff

Fruita is the only governmental entity in the valley that doesn’t have a marijuana dispensary. We must have done something right. Yes, the city of Fruita has a legal avenue for a marijuana dispensary to operate in Fruita, but to date ...


E-mail letters, March 11, 2010

By Staff

Christian zeal for love must exceed zeal to judge In answer to letter writer Andrew Linder, first and briefly, I would be pretty much in agreement with his assessment of the Bible as God’s word. Second, I think The Daily ...


Printed letters, March 11, 2010

By Staff

I feel like I went to sleep in Fruita and woke up in Boulder. First, it was licensing marijuana shops and wanting to tax them a paltry 5 percent tax. Then the Fruita City Council voted to license a convenience store, abutting Fruita Monument ...


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