Letters

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Printed Letters: April 1, 2016

By Staff

Bill uses wildfire as cover for land grab For the third year in a row the Colorado General Assembly is considering a bill, Senate Bill 160, that would claim “police” powers over federally ­managed public lands like national ...


Email letters, March 31, 2016

By Staff

Character, knowledge and leadership of baseball coaches make CMU top program Articles concerning a former gay CMU baseball player in another publication require a personal response. I met CMU’s Sean McKinney when he was a starting ...


Printed Letters: March 31, 2016

By Staff

Cyclists should have to carry liability insurance It’s finally happened: a bicycle and motor vehicle accident in which the bicyclist was at fault and a motor vehicle (motorcyclist) was injured. Now for the questions. Bicycles are legal ...


Email letters, March 30, 2016

By Staff

Perhaps cyclists should be required to have liability insurance and licensing It’s finally happened: A bicycle and motor vehicle accident in which the bicyclist was at fault and a motor vehicle (motorcyclist) was injured. Now for the ...


Printed Letters: March 30, 2016

By Staff

Complaints nothing more than partisan election-year attacks The letter to the editor penned last Friday by registered Democrat Gene Goffin of Glade Park, sounds more like an attack on Republican-led governing boards than a legitimate call for ...


Email letters, March 29, 2016

By Staff

Colorado Public Lands Day is good for everyone I was glad to read Aaron Kindle and Suzanne O’Neill’s column on March 27 calling for a reasoned approach to a sometimes-contentious issue. I agree with their assessment and I agree ...


Printed Letters: March 29, 2016

By Staff

CMU coach didn’t need front-page coverage CMU Coach Sean McKinney may have made a poor choice of words regarding gays. It’s good he apologized; it’s good CMU did not fire him; and it’s good The Sentinel supported that ...


Email letters, March 28, 2016

By Staff

Apology for homophobic comment should have taken place long ago Thanks for keeping such a long-lived daily print paper alive! As to my other purpose for writing, I can say it’s hardly the type of “teachable moment” to which ...


Printed Letters: March 27, 2016

By Staff

Isn’t time that local voters demand change? The stewards of the Mesa County economy have failed. Government assistance has skyrocketed, 12,000 jobs have disappeared and crimes associated with poverty dominate the Sentinel. If the ...


Email letters, March 25, 2016

By Staff

The stewards of the Mesa County economy have failed The stewards of the Mesa County economy have failed. Government assistance has skyrocketed, 12,000 jobs have disappeared and crimes associated with poverty dominate the Sentinel. If the ...


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