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Email letters, June 30, 2015

By Staff

Print is not dead in the Grand Valley Remember all the “print is dead” theories we listened to? About how newspapers would become irrelevant and we would get everything online? I want to thank the Sentinel for proving that ...


Printed Letters: June 30, 2015

By Staff

Sentinel has little room to whine about council Your editorial “City Council skirts Open Meetings Law” drives me crazy. You state that “our local elected representatives have a rich tradition of hiding behind a personnel ...


Email letters, June 29, 2015

By Staff

Those in Charleston practiced Christian love and forgiveness What does it mean to be a Christian? Let us compare the differences between Charleston, S.C. and Baltimore and Ferguson. In South Carolina they practiced Christian love, ...


Printed Letters: June 28, 2015

By Staff

Not every place has to be accessible to every person Does every place in Colorado need to be accessible to everyone? I picked up a copy of the magazine “Rock and Ice” from the library’s exchange rack. I’m not a rock ...


Email letters, June 26, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Unlike Democrats, some won’t take money from others to spend on themself Let’s see…I spoke at a Tea Party rally a few years ago and a month later I’m being audited by the IRS. But that’s no big deal to Democrats ...


Printed Letters: June 26, 2015

By Staff

City fumbled departure of the city administrator The City Manager Rich Englehart gets caught in an inappropriate situation with an employee that reports directly to him. When a person offers their resignation in light of an internal ...


Email letters, June 25, 2015

By Staff

Sutton photos show an interesting story I loved the photos of the Sutton men in your June 25 “You Saw It” section. There must be an interesting story there. Please assign one of your writers to interview Sutton about himself and ...


Printed Letters: June 25, 2015

By Staff

DA should consider charges against pilot I believe it’s time to ask our district attorney to consider filing charges against the pilot who recklessly endangered everyone in his vicinity in Debeque Canyon May 28. Although he may face some ...


Email letters, June 24, 2015

By Staff

Commissioners would do well to stop attack on Land Trust The crusade by Commissioner McInnis, with the apparent approval of the other two commissioners, to hamstring the Mesa Land Trust’s efforts to help local ranchers, orchardists, ...


Printed Letters: June 24, 2015

By Staff

It may be time to change our elections The approval rating of our elected officials, according to a Gallup poll, approached an all-time low in 2014, and has averaged less than 20 percent for the past 22 years. Oddly enough, we continue to put ...


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