Letters

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Printed Letters: April 14, 2016

By Staff

Leave drainage district alone so it can fix things I keep seeing letters and articles harping on the various perceived failures of the Grand Valley Drainage District. One, John Crouch, even said the district’s approach “is close to ...


Email letters, April 13, 2016

By Staff

Bicyclists seem entitled to ignore and flaunt motor vehicle laws It was sad to see the article about the 12-year-old lady who ran the stop sign on her bike and was in an accident with a motor vehicle. The continued entitlement of the ...


Printed Letters: April 13, 2015

By Staff

We’re creating messes while cleaning others Today, this country is cleaning up (or attempting to clean up) the messes people left behind, such as the arsenic and other chemicals used in gold mining. We are also faced with cleaning up ...


Email letters, April 12, 2016

By Staff

While we clean up messes left behind, we are creating waste sites of our own Today, this country is cleaning up (or attempting to clean up) the messes people left behind, such as the arsenic and other chemicals used in gold mining. We are ...


Printed Letters: April 12, 2016

By Staff

Texas not the barren land described in op-ed piece First, in the interest of full disclosure, I’m a native Texan who loves to trout fish and I move from state to state to sample the local fishing, I’ve been in Grand Junction three ...


Email letters, April 11, 2016

By Staff

Homeschoolers had fantastic field trip thanks to Courthouse and District Attorney office I would like to thank the Mesa County Courthouse, specifically the District Attorney’s office, for its help making a homeschooling field trip the ...


Printed Letters: April 10, 2016

By Staff

We need local control of oil and gas drilling I found Rep. Yeulin Willett’s decision, reported in Tuesday’s paper supporting oil and gas drilling and fracking, pretty shameful. My fellow Republican gave the same old story ...


Email letters, April 8, 2016

By Staff

It’s cleanup time for our houses, yards, garages, and especially our country I was thinking this morning about a term you seldom hear anymore; “fiduciary responsibility,” you know that term that was once spoken of in ...


How many children must die before system changes?

By Staff

I moved here three and a half years ago and have heard about the many deaths of children under the care of Child Protective Services. What I don’t understand is there were many warning signs that the child was not protected and Child ...


Email letters, April 7, 2016

By Staff

Those with no drainage on property shouldn’t be forced to pay fee In reference to the new drainage fee, we would like some official from the Grand Valley Drainage District to come to our home, which sits on four acres in the Fruitvale ...


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