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Printed Letters: May 31, 2015

By Staff

Seekers challenge both religion and atheism In the recent letters to the editors defending atheism and then religion, both sides seemed so sure of their opinions. I offer a third view, that of the seeker. One of the greatest thinkers of our ...


Email letters, May 29, 2015

By Staff

Caption incorrectly referenced a L-39 Albatros as a Learjet Got a laugh reading the front page of the Sentinel this morning; the caption under the photo of the L-39 (and elsewhere in the article) refers to the aircraft as a ...


Printed Letters: May 29, 2015

By Staff

Stop the attack on water by corporate interests Colorado is known for its wealth of outdoor activities, from hiking one of our beautiful mountain ranges to kayaking our mountain streams. Try to imagine our state with more than 73,000 miles ...


Email letters, May 28, 2015

By Staff

The view of the seeker is a challenge to both religion and atheism In the recent letters to the editors defending atheism and then religion, both sides seemed so sure of their opinions. I offer a third view, that of the seeker. One of the ...


Printed Letters: May 28, 2015

By Staff

Valuing free speech means tolerating opposing views In the May 24 Sentinel, Rachel Cruz responded to a letter critical of the Pride Fest Parade. She was “deeply disturbed” that such an “offensive and disrespectful ...


Email letters, May 27, 2015

By Staff

We all need to be mindful of trampling on the constitutional rights of other beliefs I read, with interest, both local resident Anne Landman’s letter to the editor and Kathleen Parker’s nationally syndicated column in the May 15 ...


Printed Letters: May 27, 2015

By Staff

Will the next massacre near Meeker involve coal? Looking west from Steamboat ski area, the visual picture is one of pristine unlimited visibility. This is the rugged real deal of the Rocky Mountains. Wildlife is abundant; herds of elk and mule ...


Email letters, May 26, 2015

By Staff

Until liberals have redefined free speech, there will be differing opinions In the 5/24/15 Sentinel, Rachel Cruz responded to a letter critical of the Pride Fest Parade. She was “deeply disturbed” that such an “offensive ...


Printed Letters: May 26, 2015

By Staff

Is it cows or consumers where the water goes? I read with interest and disappointment the op-ed in Sunday’s Sentinel by Tom Ribe concerning agricultural water use in the American West. As the Colorado River Basin’s representative ...


Printed Letters: May 24, 2015

By Staff

Offensive letter has no place in the newspaper I read a letter to the editor in Thursday’s edition of the Daily Sentinel in which a reader, James C. Sparks, found the Sentinel’s coverage of the Pride Fest Parade to be ...


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