Letters

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Printed Letters: Aug. 14, 2015

By Staff

We should question edicts that threaten U.S. jobs Without question the editorial from Tuesday is correct in that we should take it easy on the coal industry. However, relieving unnecessary devastation with government subsidies in the form of ...


Email letters, August 13, 2015

By Staff

We should question a bureaucracy’s edicts likely to increase pollution while destroying U.S. jobs Without question the editorial from Tuesday is correct in that we should take it easy on the coal industry. However, relieving ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 13, 2015

By Staff

De Beque should be proud of success with marijuana I have tried to keep up with the issue of marijuana in De Beque and I’ve seen plenty of stories of locals bad-mouthing their own town. I’m wondering why they feel that way about ...


Email letters, August 12, 2015

By Staff

Societal breakdown more important than climate change Everywhere you read, there are warnings about climate change and how man is the cause. Yet there are more headlines about shootings, police brutality, jobs being lost due to outsourcing or ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 12, 2015

By Staff

Drainage board just a pawn in a political game I’m not sure which has me more bewildered – Scott McInnis’ and Duncan McArthur’s masterful spin on the Grand Valley Drainage District or the Sentinel’s editorial that ...


Email letters, August 11, 2015

By Staff

Debeque should be proud of their financial success with marijuana I have tried to keep up with the issue of marijuana in Debeque and I’ve seen plenty of stories of locals bad-mouthing their own town. I’m wondering why they feel ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 11, 1015

By Staff

Hold fossil fuel companies accountable for deception I have just returned from a vacation in my former state, Alaska, where the public was bombarded with radio advertisements for good “clean” coal, brought to us by the Usebeli Coal ...


Email letters, August 10, 2015

By Staff

There are disconcerting facts about fossil fuel companies and climate change I have just returned from a vacation in my former state, Alaska, where the public was bombarded with radio advertisements for good “clean” coal, brought ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 9, 2015

By Staff

Protecting quality of life is a public dialogue Members of Grand Valley Citizens Alliance, the Battlement Concerned Citizens and Western Colorado Congress believe that a recent letter from a Piceance Creek Action Council agent misrepresented a ...


Email letters, August 7, 2015

By Staff

Our rural congressmen should represent the interest of the people in their districts Congressmen Scott Tipton and Ken Buck should be representing the people of their rural districts, not the interests of foreign lobbies and multinational ...


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