Letters

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E-mail letters, April 8, 2011

By Staff

Wrong person fired in Glenwood Springs school On April 6, the Roaring Fork school board fired Sonya Hemmen, the incredible principal of Glenwood Springs Elementary School, and would not tell Hemmen or anyone else why. This is part of a ...


Printed letters, April 8, 2011

By Staff

Obama team is creating artificial energy crisis The prospect of someone starving in the midst of plenty is not as fanciful as it may seem. In the early 20th century, Ukraine was the breadbasket of Europe, but the Russian communists created an ...


E-mail letters, April 6, 2011

By Staff

Comments supporting bike race censored on Monument’s Facebook I realize that the idea of bringing a race back to Colorado National Monument has met hurdle after hurdle, but I am saddened that mention of this on the Colorado National ...


Printed letters, April 7, 2011

By Staff

Uranium concerns are warranted I’m sure letter writer Lois Dunn must be aware that throwing around the Nazi references hardly classifies one as reasonable, and that the Goebbels’ quote could just as easily be applied to her ...


Printed letters, April 6, 2011

By Staff

In Bill Grant’s March 30 column about corporate taxes, he seems to believe that good corporations pay their fair share in taxes, and bad ones don’t. As a small business owner, I understand what Grant does not. My employees produce ...


E-mail letters, April 5, 2011

By Staff

Sen. King’s description of enviro groups was spot on Thank you to Sen. Steve King!  “Environmental obstructionism” is a term I have been looking for a long time. His concise letter to the editor on how self-serving ...


E-mail letters, April 4, 2011

By Bob Silbernagel

Families must return to God to prevent child violence I have to agree with Pete Hautzinger regarding the 48 juveniles convicted of murder. These “children” performed the crime of an adult and they deserve an appropriate adult ...


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 ...


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