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Printed Letters: March 21, 2014

By Staff

Foster built upon a fine tradition Thank you for the article on Colorado Mesa University under the leadership of President Tim Foster. His team and he certainly have a tremendous number of accomplishments of which to be proud, and members of ...


Email letters, March 20, 2014

By Staff

City Council does indeed support efforts of Catholic Outreach The Daily Sentinel recently published an editorial accusing the Grand Junction City Council of not being interested in helping get homeless veterans off the streets and that the ...


Printed Letters: March 20, 2014

By Staff

Delaying enrollment may be wise choice I no longer have children in the public school system, but I have been paying attention to the pros and cons of shorter summer breaks and changing the age for beginning kindergarten. Twenty years ago, ...


Email letters, March 19, 2014

By Staff

Foster and his team have enhanced fine academic institutions Thank you for the article on Colorado Mesa University under the leadership of President Tim Foster.  His team and he certainly have a tremendous number of accomplishments of ...


Printed Letters: March 19, 2014

By Staff

Ex-Republican now supports Fletcher for House District 54 I didn’t leave the party; it left me. As an active Republican for 60 years (since I was old enough to vote), I worked in every election in which I was in the country. The 2012 ...


Email letters, March 18, 2014

By Staff

Young peope can benefit from Colorado Health Exchange I wanted to take a moment to discuss health insurance with young people in the community. Not the most exciting topic, I admit, but it is critically important for residents of all ages. ...


Printed Letters: March 18, 2014

By Staff

CNG industry shouldn’t take government grant We live in a region of rugged individualists who worship the amazing things entrepreneurship and the private enterprise market can do. We are almost daily reminded that if people are just ...


Email letters, March 17, 2014

By Staff

Hunger, homelessness precipitate health care needs The Affordable Care Act has been the center of political attention for some time now. Many people are worried about the economic effects of that particular piece of legislation for many ...


Printed Letters: March 16, 2014

By Staff

Feed Europeans, slash costs by slaughtering wild horses In regard to the problem we have with so many horses, wild or domestic, it is not inhumane to kill horses for people to eat. Indians ate them, and earlier settlers such as the Donner ...


Email letters, March 14, 2014

By Staff

Reid puts words into Udall’s mouth No matter how hard the Sentinel and most other newspapers try to build up Sen. Mark Udall’s record, he has been little more than Harry Reid’s ventriloquist dummy for the last four ...


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