Letters

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Email letters, October 15, 2014

By Staff

Delta County would be well served with Suppes in the Senate Don Suppes as Mayor of Orchard City is an experienced and honest leader, as well as a successful Delta County small businessman. Delta County will be well served to have Suppes in ...


Email letters, October 14, 2014

By Staff

$212 million in aid to rebuild Gaza is a poor idea for several reasons I am commenting on Monday’s headline “U.S. Promises $212 Million in new aid to rebuild Gaza.” This is a poor idea for several reasons. 1. The buildings ...


Printed letters, Oct. 14

By Staff

Sentinel fails to give full picture of all candidates Friday’s editorial started by saying that The Daily Sentinel spoke with four candidates in the two local races for the Colorado House, and that “voters have legitimate ...


Email letters, October 13, 2014

By Staff

Pramenko continues to find poor reasons for opponents of the ACA to embrace it I suppose Dr. Pramenko will continue to find excuses why opponents of the un-ACA should embrace it. It appears he’s whipping a dead horse to me. There is way ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 12, 2014

By Staff

MCSO insider supports Lewis I work with Sgt. Matt Lewis and Deputy Pat Arotin at the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office. I have had the opportunity to work with both of them on our SWAT team as well as on patrol teams. I have known Sgt. Lewis ...


Email letters, October 10, 2014

By Staff

Sentinel staff should have researched Lewis incident prior to supporting him for sheriff Perhaps the “staff” of the Daily Sentinel should read the accounts of the Lewis incident a bit better; this had nothing to do with ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 10, 2014

By Staff

Markey will continue to ensure PERA’s success On September 2, The Daily Sentinel had a front page article stating the Colorado Public Employees’ Retirement Association was “healthy” and noting that one of the ...


Email letters, October 9, 2014

By Staff

Politicians continue to fan the flames of fading risks The Supreme Court recently punted the ball on defending state’s rights to define marriage, which left the door open to same sex marriages. It takes time for cultural mores to ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 9, 2014

By Staff

Predators, not ranchers, cause scarcity of deer I have read Joe Sheetz’s letter several times trying to understand his thinking. However, all I can come up with is that he has a dislike of ranchers/farmers (mostly one and the ...


Email letters, October 8, 2014

By Staff

Don’t judge Udall or Gardner’s accomplishments by the jobs of their predecessors What does the fact that Mark Udall’s cousins and his dad were also public servants have to do with Udall’s accomplishments? Udall has ...


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