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Email letters, November 26, 2014

By Staff

Rifle American Legion to dedicate new Veteran’s Memorial The Rifle American Legion Kelley Hansen Post #78 is in the process of doing another new Veteran’s Memorial. This will be our third one. It is to be placed south of the other ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 26, 2014

By Staff

Health insurance shouldn’t be left to the private sector It’s tiresome to continue to listen to those who say the government can’t get anything right and that everything, including health insurance, should be left to the ...


Email letters, November 25, 2014

By Staff

Adults need to set example for youth by treating people politely and with respect It was impressive to see that Fruita Monument High School students recognize that bullying is a problem and decide to do something about it. As a retired ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 25, 2014

By Staff

Coal industry must adapt to a new, greener world I must respond to Stuart Sanderson’s column complaining about how his industry of coal mining is suffering because of regulation. No one, myself included, likes to see someone lose a job, ...


Email letters, November 24, 2014

By Staff

Burkholder’s letter charging Obama with lawlessness is unfounded I would like to reply to James Burkholder, who was against Obama’s recent executive order concerning immigration reform in a letter in Sunday’s Daily Sentinel. ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 23, 2104

By Staff

Why should anyone respect our laws, if president won’t? The president made no mention of the U.S. Constitution when he announced his latest executive order granting amnesty to illegal immigrants. He insists it is not amnesty. I will ...


Email letters, November 21, 2014

By Staff

If president violates Constitution, why should anyone else respect it? The president made no mention of the U.S. Constitution when he announced his latest executive order granting amnesty to illegal immigrants. He insists it is not amnesty. I ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 21, 2014

By Staff

Conduct a wider search for county administrator As a 36-year resident of Mesa County, I would like to encourage all Mesa County residents to demand that our Mesa County commissioners expand their search for a county administrator beyond a ...


Email letters, November 20, 2014

By Staff

Busing system could provide solution for Hanging Lake In regards to Dennis Webb’s Tuesday Hanging Lake headline article: Hanging Lake is Glenwood’s best asset. Another iconic destination, Maroon Bells, has a busing solution. ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 20, 2014

By Staff

Pramenko keeps beating a dead horse with ACA Like the snakes in the un-Affordable Care Act that just keep on coming, Dr. Pramenko just keeps on whipping a dead horse. The life that Jonathan Gruber managed to breathe into the act, by subterfuge ...


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