Letters

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Email letters, February 9, 2015

By Staff

Our school system needs all the help it can get The Sentinel’s Opinion pages today contain two articles that suggest that education is best handled at the state level without federal government interference, that of George Will and ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 8, 2015

By Staff

Feds’ credibility took a bigger hit than Granum The Sentinel’s editorial on Thursday regarding the feds and the airport fiasco says that the reputation of Denny Granum, one of Grand Junction’s most respected citizens, was ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 6, 2015

By Staff

Misleading vaccine info 
is a disservice to parents Listening to the brouhaha surrounding the measles vaccinations brought back some very unpleasant memories from my own experience that I’d like to add to the discussion. Having ...


Email letters, February 6, 2015

By Staff

Coat stealing upsetting to special needs student Are you a student or employee of Central High School? When you decided to steal a fluffy, purple, hooded coat from school a week ago you upset a girl enrolled in the Special Needs program. ...


Email letters, February 5, 2015

By Staff

We must shift our focus to reclaim the soul of our country Not only have corporations, greed, and deception hijacked the American government, but the very soul of America has also been hijacked. Our dreams, hopes, passions, and aspirations ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 5, 2015

By Staff

National public lands crucial to local economy Thank you for highlighting the recent positive decision by the Garfield County Commission to abstain from joining the American Lands Council’s land seizure effort. ALC is a group of ...


Email letters, February 4, 2015

By Staff

Horizon Drive needs more signage and more crosswalks I am a life long resident of Grand Junction. One of the first things we were taught in elementary school was how to safely cross streets. For years my route to work was south on 7th Street. ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 4, 2015

By Staff

Big money has hijacked our federal government I try to be engaged in my nation’s democracy by assimilating much information, contacting my elected officials, participating in groups that address issues, and voting during every election. ...


Email letters, February 3, 2015

By Staff

Juniper Ridge focuses on child-centered Waldorf teaching approach Juniper Ridge Community School wishes to thank Emily Shockley and the Daily Sentinel for their balanced article regarding our Colorado School Performance Framework designation ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 3, 2015

By Staff

Rep. Thurlow makes case 
for county publication bill Thank you for allowing me to comment on HB 15-1085, the County Publication bill, and on your editorial concerning the bill. First, let me set the factual record straight. The bill ...


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