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Printed Letters: July 24, 2014

By Staff

What is Trump hoping to prove with remarks? No one would question that we are in a crisis of confidence with the political leadership, which is dealing with a world that has not been more unsafe since the advent of World War II. Most would ...


Email letters, July 23, 2015

By Staff

Monterey Park should disclose information about board meetings Matt Smith, the president of the Board of Directors of Monterey Park, was quoted on KKCO last week saying that the rules governing flowerbeds and birdfeeders “have always ...


Printed Letters: July 23, 2015

By Staff

Climate change threatens Western Slope agriculture Here on the Western Slope of Colorado the agriculture industry is crucial. Farm and ranch operators depend on their ability to grow and sell world-class fruit, pastured-raised beef, hops, hay, ...


Email letters, July 22, 2015

By Staff

Murder is intentionally caused homicide, while homicide may not always be murder My youngest son is a police officer in another state, and I learned something from him on a recent visit to our home, about which I have been mistaken for many ...


Printed Letters: July 22, 2015

By Staff

We should be testing ground for self-driving technology I am writing to put an idea in the public sphere regarding a recent movement towards getting technology jobs into the Grand Valley. I think it might be worth exploring the possibility of ...


Email letters, July 21, 2015

By Staff

It’s time to add hearing aids to Medicare’s list of covered services Many seniors will tell you they don’t know how they’d get along without Medicare. The 50th anniversary of this very important program is coming on ...


Printed Letters, July 21, 2015

By Staff

I just wanted to let you know that Korrie Jean Hurt of Grand Valley High School leaves on Wednesday to represent the state of Colorado at the America’s Homecoming Queen National Pageant in Memphis. It’s bittersweet because, ...


Email letters, July 20, 2015

By Staff

Please honor those recently departed Over the past two days I have been to two “celebrations of life” memorializing Frank Magee Fisher and Margaret (Peggy) Florence Evans Foster. They were as different as two people can be. How ...


Printed Letters: July 19, 2015

By Staff

Isn’t it time to take a risk with diplomacy in Iran? The Daily Sentinel has been surprisingly silent concerning one of the most significant events in recent years: the negotiated agreement with Iran. The only opinions published by the ...


Email letters, July 17, 2015

By Staff

Isn’t it time to take risk with diplomacy and support negotiated treaty with Iran? The Daily Sentinel has been surprisingly silent concerning one of the most significant events in recent years: the negotiated agreement with Iran. The ...


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