Letters

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Email Letters: February 3, 2017

By Staff

Urge representatives to continue to maintain BLM methane rule I am writing to support The Daily Sentinel’s BLM methane rule article seen this week. Colorado has much to be proud of in air quality standards. Our representatives, ...


Printed Letters: February 3, 2017

By Staff

City’s long-term vitality relies on its appeal Recently, I had the opportunity to introduce Grand Junction to a young professional woman who is considering relocating from Denver with her husband, a physician beginning his practice. ...


Email Letters: February 2, 2017

By Staff

Travel ban affects more people than immigrants and refugees President Trump’s travel ban not only affected immigrants and refugees coming to the United States to begin new lives, or to escape religious and political persecution. ...


Printed Letters: February 2, 2017

By Staff

Let’s stay in our budget regarding broadband I read with great interest the Jan. 31 pro/con debate regarding government versus private sector ownership of broadband in our community. Try as I might, I did not see in Councilor ...


Email Letters: February 1, 2017

By Staff

Democrats only make Republicans look better with recent actions The best thing the Republicans can do right now is sit back and let the Democrats continue to make them look better. Instant organized protests over every decision by the new ...


Printed Letters: February 1, 2017

By Staff

Immigration ban 
is un-American President Trump recently signed an executive order banning citizens of seven Muslim majority countries from entering the United States for the next 90 days. The executive order also says that there will ...


Email Letters: January 31, 2017

By Staff

Trump’s inability to admit being wrong a scary personality trait Have you ever been wrong? Perhaps the scariest personality trait shown by our new president, and he has exhibited quite a few, is his inability to responsibly admit that ...


Printed Letters: January 31, 2017

By Staff

More needs to be done to improve air quality On Jan. 18, the Grand Junction City Council voted unanimously to pass a new open burning ordinance that prohibits outdoor burning on properties less than one acre in size within city limits. ...


Email Letters: January 30, 2017

By Staff

Trump’s disregard for the truth is highly concerning Only 10 days have transpired for our new president and Congress and all 10 have been a tornado of events. While there are cabinet picks to scrutinize (DeVos’ lack of ...


Printed Letters: January 29, 2017

By Staff

Guns in schools would only increase danger Regarding arming school personnel, picture this scenario: An armed person invades a school. The teacher hears commotion or alarm. He/she searches for the key to the (hopefully) locked drawer in which ...


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