Letters

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Printed Letters: June 14, 2015

By Staff

Suspicions mount over jet incident I’m not only curious, I’m about to be angry (impotently, of course) about the incident of a jet plane in DeBeque Canyon flying in outrageous violation of all FAA and USAF rules and regulations and ...


Printed Letters: June 12, 2015

By Staff

Colleges need flexibility to serve campus needs I am writing in response to Dr. Kathleen Ruhleder’s printed letter to the editor (May 29) entitled “CMU’s reasoning behind tuition increase is disingenuous.” In the case ...


Email letters, June 11, 2015

By Staff

Support of BLM plans for sage grouse may be best way to avoid Endangered listing I have an elderly friend who grew up in Northwestern Colorado. She has told me about watching sage grouse as a child. “They darkened the sky,” she ...


Printed letters, June 11, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Maybe the adults should ‘grow up’ Whether one refers to the Daily Sentinel editorial, the letter from Ms. Bruell, or that from Mr. Metcalfe on the subject of disclosing one’s sexuality, we always run across the same thing; ...


Email letters, June 10, 2015

By Staff

Minimum wages not just for entry level workers Seems Bud Markos is at it again, giving an opinion on a subject he has little knowledge about in the June 10 Daily Sentinel: minimum wage. Anyone, regardless of age, gender, or circumstances who ...


Printed letters, June 10, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

State control could look a lot like Texas While the Colorado legislature this spring debated two bills as first steps toward the transfer of control over federal lands to the state, I had the pleasure of driving over 1,000 miles across ...


Printed letters, June 9, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

GVP opposes EPA plan despite solar project Grand Valley Power leaders are appreciative of comments by P.J. Higgins in the June 4 Sentinel, expressing excitement about the Grand Valley Power-GRID Alternatives community solar project. The ...


Email letters, June 9, 2015

By Staff

Colleges need flexibility to serve campus needs I am writing in response to Dr. Kathleen Ruhleder’s printed letter to the editor (May 29) entitled “CMU’s reasoning behind tuition increase is disingenuous.” In the case ...


Email Letters: June 8, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Republicans love anarchy and chaos, too It’s not clear (to me, anyway) just what Mr. Eidson’s letter to the editor (6/4) was meant to be addressing, but the second to last paragraph truly made me think. “[The above] is not ...


Printed Letters: June 7, 2015

By Staff

Why was a plane flying so low in the canyon? I was on my way home to Mesa on May 28 when I saw several damaged autos on the side of the highway.  I figured it must have been a car accident, but then read the paper the next day and learned ...


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