Letters

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Printed Letters: June 7, 2017

By Staff

McLennan apologizes for graffiti incident Last week, the McLennan Community College baseball team participated in the JUCO World Series in Grand Junction. This was a great opportunity for our student athletes who excelled throughout the year. ...


Email Letters: June 6, 2017

By Staff

JUCO team shouldn’t be welcomed back to Grand Junction Please tell the McLennan Junior College Highlanders and the team’s JUCO players never to return to Grand Junction. That especially applies to the 18-year-old player who ...


Printed Letters: June 6, 2017

By Staff

Climate agreement good for the USA It is very sad that the U.S. has chosen to stop being the strongest country and leader of the world, by withdrawing from the Paris climate agreement. Now Putin and China can lead the world. Global business ...


Email Letters: June 5, 2017

By Staff

Kathy Griffin is experiencing consequences of her bad behavior Dear Kathy Griffin, Try and remember back when you were a little girl and your parents told you there would be consequences for bad behavior, for acting like you are the center ...


Printed Letters: June 4, 2017

By Staff

Don’t be tricked by anti-drilling activists I’m writing to express how refreshing I found the article “State regulators stand up to anti-drilling activists” by Simon Lomax in last Sunday’s paper. Being raised in ...


Email Letters: June 2, 2017

By Staff

Letter attempts to dissuade the intellect of voting for school bonds Why is it that when articles of transparency are written about District 51 the whiners appear in attempts to dissuade the intellect of voting for school bonds? Mr. Owens ...


Printed Letters: June 2, 2017

By Staff

Media continues to 
further divide country Yes Ruth Marcus, something is not right when the majority of editorials are by liberal left wing media crybabies. Something is not right when teachers who mold the minds of our children have an ...


Email Letters: June 1, 2017

By Staff

Support BLM’s choice in carefully reviewing oil and gas leases When the appraiser on TV said $25,000, I gasped. It was a Peter Hurd painting of a man on a horse following a fence line through a wide open field, grasses blowing, the ...


Printed Letters: June 1, 2017

By Staff

Health-care system 
affects middle class Homes, businesses, and bank accounts. That’s what many in the middle class are losing while a hundred million Americans have no sweat in the medical game at all. And it’s all thanks ...


Email Letters: May 31, 2017

By Staff

Veteran weighs in on recent letter, pharmaceutical ads First, I am a 93-year-old World War II veteran who spent seven months on the front. I have two gripes. First, to Ms. Thompson’s letter in Sunday’s paper, I, and thousands ...


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