Letters

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Printed Letters: July 6, 2014

By Staff

Carbon tax gives renewables a chance in the free market Thank you for your coverage of the federal ruling to stop expansion of the West Elk Mine in Somerset. The conservation groups involved and the U.S. District Court judge demonstrated ...


Printed Letters: July 4, 2014

By Staff

Can parks staff find a way to keep splash pad going? As one of the members of the Grand Junction Lions Club who worked closely with the City Parks Department to build the Lions Club splash pad, I am delighted to learn that it is now free for ...


Email letters, July 3, 2014

By Staff

Contraceptive cartoon missed the facts I was deeply offended by the cartoon on The Daily Sentinel’s editorial page on Tuesday. The cartoon suggested that all contraceptives are no longer available to employees of these types of ...


Printed Letters: July 3, 2014

By Staff

It’s important to promote male contraception, too I am intrigued by the hoopla about Hobby Lobby and other businesses attempting to avoid covering certain contraceptives based on their religious convictions. What intrigues me is not what ...


Email letters, July 2, 2014

By Staff

Peterson Plumbing customer cites examples of scam Thank you for exposing Peterson Plumbing for the scam artists they are. I have not found one person in my circle of experience that wasn’t overcharged by this company. I, too, was their ...


Printed Letters: July 2, 2014

By Staff

GOP-controlled Senate will restore balance of power Separation of powers is the bedrock of our government. It makes it difficult to quickly enact laws and that is intentional. President Obama would have you believe that this is now ...


Email letters, July 01, 2014

By Staff

Kennedy and Thurlow race should prove interesting I read with great interest the letter to the editor from Chis Kennedy, the Democratic candidate for HD55 who is running against Republican candidate Dan Thurlow. I personally do not know Mr. ...


Printed Letters: July 1, 2014

By Staff

Dem candidate for House District 55 welcomes race Let me start by congratulating Dan Thurlow on his victory over Steve Acquafresca in the Republican primary for the House District 55 nomination. We have all been anxiously awaiting the outcome ...


Email letters, June 30, 2014

By Staff

Hamblin looks forward to debate with candidate King I was recently asked for my opinion regarding the situation in which Steve King now finds himself. It would be both inappropriate and speculative for me to comment. I suspect some people ...


Printed Letters: June 29, 2014

By Staff

Don’t thoughtlessly sign ballot initiative petitions Ballot initiative circulators will be out in force this summer, as 130 initiatives have been submitted to the Colorado secretary of state’s office. To help you decide whether or ...


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