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Printed Letters: November 4, 2016

By Staff

Fiber remains most promising technology I’m thankful The Daily Sentinel continues to shine a spotlight on the broadband issues facing our community. I am, however, disappointed with the editorial this Sunday titled “Broadband? ...


Email Letters: November 3, 2016

By Staff

We know that Tipton can get the job done Our Congressional race seems like a pretty clear choice to me. Our incumbent Scott Tipton, a constitutional conservative committed to limited government and job growth, is up against Gail Schwartz, a ...


Printed Letters: November 3, 2016

By Staff

Electing Schwartz helps Western Slope farmers Farmers on the Western Slope derive our livelihoods from growing our famous sweet corn, onions, hops, and various seed crops. At harvest time, we rely on a robust seasonal labor force to harvest ...


Email Letters: November 2, 2016

By Staff

Claim of ‘rigged elections’ may be believable All this talk about “rigged elections” is troubling to me. I am not concerned about the actual vote count, as that seems well controlled. But how we get to the point of ...


Printed Letters: November 2, 2016

By Staff

Wage increase may have hidden impacts Will there be hidden impacts if Amendment 70 passes? I’ve read the Blue Book pros and cons for raising the state minimum wage. I’ve heard further pros and cons raised during a very civil ...


Email Letters: November 1, 2016

By Staff

Gail Schwartz should take a stance on Amendment 69 It is troubling that the Durango Herald quoted former state Sen. Gail Schwartz saying she did not have a stance on Amendment 69. Election day is just over a week away and she has not made up ...


Printed Letters: November 1, 2016

By Staff

71 has good intentions but falls short Amendment 71 – an amendment like 69 –has good intentions but falls short. The proponents state we have amended our state constitution too many times; it is too easy under the current process. ...


Email Letters: October 31, 2016

By Staff

There’s a big contrast between commissioner candidates There’s a big contrast between Mesa County Commissioner candidates John Justman and Jim Doody. Justman fights for the little guy during this economic downturn made worse by ...


Printed Letters: October 30, 2016

By Staff

St. Mary’s, reconsider closure of Life Center St. Mary’s “Sisters of Charity” closing of the Life Center appears to be a “big business time” when money means more than people. Closing this great facility is ...


Email Letters: October 28, 2016

By Staff

Gail Schwartz for Congress: water is our lifeblood Water will be a top issue for Colorado’s foreseeable future, and that’s one of the many reasons why I will vote for Gail Schwartz for Congress in the 3rd Congressional District. ...


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