Letters

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Email Letters: February 22, 2017

By Staff

Disregard for public health by current administration is disturbing I am deeply disturbed by the blatant disregard for public health by the current administration. Our health should not be a political issue at all, let alone a partisan one. ...


Printed Letters: February 22, 2017

By Staff

New facilities may only burden community I think the editor has outdone himself this time. The editorial “We don’t have to choose” printed Tuesday should be retitled “We can have it all!” All that has to be done ...


Email Letters: February 21, 2017

By Staff

Former resident supports Sentinel’s response to fake news allegation As a former Grand Junction resident, 1963, I was very pleased to read that Jay Seaton, the Sentinel’s publisher, has placed the Sentinel in the company of the ...


Printed Letters: February 21, 2017

By Staff

Term ‘liberal’ should not be used as insult Many people write to the Sentinel complaining of “liberal” bias or of allowing writers of “liberal” letters to the Sentinel to dominate the opinion page. Does ...


Email Letters: February 20, 2017

By Staff

Most people want less intrusion into their lives by federal government Scott Braden’s column on Sunday, Feb. 19, about “a time for choosing” for Rep. Scott Tipton is a perfect example of liberal thinking. In the very first ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 19, 2017

By Staff

Grand Valley should hold an outdoor show Major retailers are pulling out of Utah’s Outdoor Retailer show. Others are meeting with Utah officials about how the state presents itself. Both the Legislature and governor have been making lots ...


Email Letters: February 17, 2017

By Staff

Dead trees on BLM and national forest lands are a disgrace The hundreds of millions of dead trees on BLM and national forest lands are an utter disgrace. Blame it on warm winters if they please, but the plain truth is, that the hundreds of ...


Printed Letters: February 17, 2017

By Staff

Urge commissioners to opt into C-PACE Recently there has been a lot of discussion in our community about saying yes to new ideas in order to diversify our economy. I would like to encourage members of our community to review the Colorado ...


Email Letters: February 16, 2017

By Staff

Petition county commissioners to opt into C-PACE for Mesa County Recently there has been a lot of discussion in our community about saying yes to new ideas in order to diversify our economy. I would like to encourage members of our community ...


Printed Letters: February 16, 2017

By Staff

Column on Jordan Cove was long overdue Mr. Spehar’s column, “Jordan Cove … ‘The rest of the story’ ” is welcome truth-telling and indeed long overdue. For too long the Sentinel has been a ...


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