Letters

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Printed Letters: Nov. 7, 2014

By Staff

Republicans need to work on compromise Republicans have won their majority but they still aren’t quite the dictatorship they would like to be. Before you begin slavering to eliminate every regulation you hate like the Dodd/Frank Bill, ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 6, 2014

By Staff

North Fork Valley down but not out The loss of coal mining jobs in the North Fork is indeed a devestating blow.  Historically, coal with its ups and downs, has always been a big player in the area. However, there is much more to be ...


Email letters, November 06, 2014

By Staff

Assessor candidate expresses appreciation for support I want to take a moment to thank those voters of Mesa County who supported my campaign for Mesa County Assessor. In particular, those individuals and groups who endorsed my campaign ...


Email letters, November 05, 2014

By Staff

Resilient North Fork community can find ways to endure through loss of mining jobs The loss of coal mining jobs in the North Fork is indeed a devastating blow. Historically, coal, with its ups and downs, has always been a big player in the ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 5, 2014

By Staff

Editorial perpetuates myth of climate change The Sentinel’s Sunday editorial “Another sad day in the North Fork Valley” perpetuates the continuing myth of global warming. Why not finger point to the insane federal regulatory ...


Email letters, November 04, 2014

By Staff

Editorial perpetuates continuing ‘myth’ of global climate change The Sentinel’s Sunday editorial “Another sad day in the North Fork Valley” perpetuates the continuing myth of global warming. Why not finger point ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 4, 2014

By Staff

Roadside mowing a danger to motorists Wednesday we were about a mile east of Horizon Drive heading west on I-70. Traffic was detoured to the right lane only and reduced to 40 mph. Elam was installing road base along the edge of the new ...


Email letters, November 03, 2014

By Staff

All Americans should retain rights and responsibilities pertaining to public lands Privileged to have served four years in the United States Army at Fort Carson, I have a profound respect for my nation and the wonderful state of Colorado. I ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 2, 2014

By Staff

Scott didn’t conceptualize remote testimony bill Ray Scott didn’t conceptualize the idea of the remote testimony bill as proclaimed erroneously by Marjorie Haun. In February 2012, a small group of equality advocates left Grand ...


Email letters, October 31, 2014

By Staff

CDOT has no reason to hold up development or address safety issues On Hwy 50 at the intersection in question, White Avenue is a controlled intersection by virtue of traffic signals being in place 1 block in either direction. The timing of the ...


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