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Printed Letters: April 26, 2014

By Staff

‘Ridiculous’ opt-out 
mania bad for country What’s with this “opting out” fiasco? Why are authorities allowing students to opt out of scholastic testing and medical vaccinations? What happened to rules, ...


Email letters, April 24, 2015

By Staff

Gun ownership remains a Constitutional right that we should protect I never cease to be amazed by people, like Mr. Lance Oswald, who erroneously opine about the intentions of our nation’s framers when it comes to the Second Amendment, ...


Printed Letters: April 24,2015

By Staff

City’s offer on airport building raises questions The city’s offer of $1.5 million to enclose the exterior of the unfinished airport administration building raises more questions than it answers. First and foremost, why are the ...


Email letters, April 23, 2015

By Staff

Thurlow a thoughtful conservative who deserves all of our support I hope that people in Mesa County will not be discouraged from supporting a good, conservative legislator like Dan Thurlow because of a very few people who are mostly ...


Printed Letters: April 23, 2015

By Staff

Timing is good for Bull Mountain development I was excited to read that the Delta Area Chamber of Commerce has stepped up to publicly lend its support by promoting a major economic development project for Delta County. Equally as impressive ...


Email letters, April 22, 2015

By Staff

The time has come to select the civilian gun of best compromise We all have the right of self-defense to own a deadly weapon for protection. We often hear claims that guns do not kill people, but that it’s only people that kill people. ...


Printed Letters: April 22, 2015

By Staff

Thurlow deserves praise for his votes It seems we have a “shadowy” group of conservatives who want to dump Dan Thurlow, who has had the unmitigated gall to at times not vote for what is the party line, but instead for what he ...


Email letters, April 21, 2015

By Staff

The Charlesworth case is a technicality, and places a burden on her In the movie “Twelve Angry Men,” one person can make a difference between guilt and innocence; but this occurred by singular persistence of one juror until the ...


Printed Letters: April 21, 2015

By Staff

Montrose hospital focused on meeting health needs As chair of the Board of Directors, I appreciate the time Greg Ruland and the Sentinel took to review the status of this valuable community asset, the Montrose Memorial Hospital (“Tug of ...


Email letters, April 20, 2015

By Staff

Montrose Memorial focused on meeting community’s health care needs As chair of the Board of Directors, I appreciate the time Greg Ruland and the Sentinel took to review the status of this valuable community asset, the Montrose Memorial ...


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