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Printed Letters: August 18, 2016

By Staff

This election 
raises other questions The presidential election has been over since the conventions. Clinton won. I am a registered independent, and have been since I had to declare. I have always split my vote. Trump will have his ...


Printed Letters: August 17, 2016

By Staff

The presidential election has been over since the conventions. Clinton won. I am a registered independent, and have been since I had to declare. I have always split my vote. Trump will have his support from his core (those who supported him ...


Email Letters: August 17, 2016

By Staff

Process of improving Palisade property disenchanting I purchased a commercially zoned property in Palisade and now I regret it. Unfortunately, my general contractor looked at this property shortly after I purchased it, and told me that most ...


Printed Letters: August 17, 2016

By Staff

Military spending shouldn’t be sacrosanct We wonder how other countries can provide free college to their students and we can’t. The simple answer is that we cover other country’s military expenditures. If our politicians ...


Email Letters: August 16, 2016

By Staff

Military spending cannot continue to be sacrosanct We wonder how other countries can provide free college to their students and we can’t. The simple answer is that we cover other country’s military expenditures. If our politicians ...


Printed Letters: August 16, 2016

By Staff

Schwartz will move us beyond gridlock I’m a registered Republican, but I won’t be voting for Donald Trump or Scott Tipton in November. Trump is incompetent, and Tipton doesn’t seem to understand that being a U.S. ...


Email Letters: August 15, 2016

By Staff

Outdoor community should unite in maintaining integrity of Wilderness designation In response to the editorial, “Mountain bikes and wilderness don’t mix,” I want to propose that wild places are not the same as ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 14, 2016

By Staff

Council wise to support CMU campus expansion There he goes again. Local expert on everything (just ask him) Jim Shults rolls out another of his incredible false equivalencies to compare the ongoing Avalon Theatre debacle with our local ...


Email Letters: August 12, 2016

By Staff

Governing bodies can never exceed their own ignorance Issues of the mundane appear as headlines: pumpkin patch hours and diet soda pop sales. It’s the little things in life that are big, so why do these have to come to a government ...


Printed Letters: August 12, 2016

By Staff

Roundabout would be expensive mistake I would like to comment regarding the proposed roundabout at the intersection of Broadway and Redland’s Parkway. Having been a resident in the Redlands for 25 years, I am very familiar with this ...


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