Letters

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E-mail letters, May 4, 2010

By Staff

SB 191 in 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 3, 2010

By Staff

There is a proposed bill threatening our access to dietary supplements. Please wake up, people. The government can’t get anything right. The FDA allows MSG — a poison in our foods that has resulted in increased dementia among our ...


Printed letters, May 4, 2010

By Staff

As Gary Harmon pointed out in his April 25 column, the debate goes on regarding a Grand Junction public-safety center. It’s time to consider an alternative to our fragmented local governments and service providers. Why not combine the ...


E-mail letters, April 30, 2010

By Staff

1986 arrival given amnesty has contributed to the area Regarding Mr. Ward’s recent letter to the editor, my wife and I are among the many I immigrants who were granted amnesty in 1986. I speak English, not perfectly, but enough. Since ...


Printed letters, May 2, 2010

By Staff

Harmon underestimates Grand Junction voters Gary believes he is a colorful character. He pokes fun at a real community need regarding the “Taj Martial” and the “Riverside Porkway.” He has decided that “the ...


E-mail letters, April 29, 2010

By Staff

Combine police and sheriff departments for efficiency As Gary Harmon pointed out in his April 25 column, the debate goes on regarding a Grand Junction “Safety Center.” It’s time to consider an alternative to our fragmented ...


Printed letters, April 30, 2010

By Staff

SB 191 won’t improve education in our schools It is apparent that there is confusion concerning the process of teachers being dismissed or fired from school districts. The first misconception is the terms being used. ...


Printed letters, April 29, 2010

By Staff

Amnesty is not solution for illegal immigration I just read that President Obama’s next big legislative push will concern illegal immigration. From what I have observed with the passing of the health care legislation, we, the people, ...


E-mail letters, April 28, 2010

By Staff

Harmon underestimates voters of Grand Junction Regarding Gary Harmon’s April 25 column, it makes me think that a major part of the problem, not the solution, lies with The Daily Sentinel. Gary believes he is a colorful character. With ...


Printed letters, April 28, 2010

By Staff

SB 191 will deny teachers due process In the April 25 edition of The Daily Sentinel, the controversial Senate Bill 191 dealing with teacher tenure was highlighted. Tenure no longer exists in Colorado; it is actually only having the right to ...


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