Letters

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Email letters, March 25, 2014

By Staff

Religious puppet show foisted on kids at dinosaur museum I have held a family museum membership for several years. This past fall I was upset by an incident at the Dinosaur Days exhibit in the Fruita museum, but was initially reluctant to ...


Printed Letters: March 25, 2014

By Staff

Worries about snowshoe hares not based on science It is understandable that a seemingly smart man hunting elk in the beautiful mountains of Colorado could get a little dizzy in his thinking. It’s not so easy to understand that the same ...


Email letters, March 24, 2014

By Staff

At-risk students’ attrition rate reflects CMU’s systemic flaws University trustees are asking the wrong question with regard to counseling services and screenings as they relate to student attrition. On- or off-campus access to ...


Printed Letters: March 23, 2014

By Staff

De Beque should reconsider casino-related social ills While I can appreciate the desire of De Beque citizens to find a way to rescue their city from its economic difficulties, I hope they will investigate the experience of other cities that ...


Email letters, March 21, 2014

By Staff

Look at tobacco tax history to grasp impact of pot taxes Concerning Rick Wagner’s editorial on Colorado’s pot taxes last week, he didn’t mention tobacco taxes. So, I did some searching and found tobacco taxes (including the ...


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 ...


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