Letters

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Printed Letters: May 23, 2017

By Staff

Is the sage grouse 
really in trouble? Kudos to the Garfield, Rio Blanco, Moffat, and Jackson County commissioners for suing the BLM over the plan to protect the greater sage grouse. The plan is the equivalent of adding the grouse to ...


Email Letters: May 22, 2017

By Staff

Medicare for all in lieu of AHCA makes sense for Americans After following the lively discussions on this page and in the national press, it is clear that Medicare for all in lieu of the AHCA bill passed by the House of Representatives makes ...


Printed Letters: May 21, 2017

By Staff

Kudos for reviving Jordan Cove project Kudos to the Trump administration for reviving the Jordan Cove project and vowing to make the project a priority. It’s refreshing to have an administration that supports energy development and is ...


Email Letters: May 19, 2017

By Staff

Erdogan and thugs should be prosecuted for attack on protestors In these days of partisan division and extreme rhetoric, I have become numb to most of the noise. But something that happened this week that broke through my calloused ...


Printed Letters: May 19, 2017

By Staff

ACA offered a plan that could work for all When I was younger, I asked my boss, what is this SS deduction from my paycheck? He said, “Social Security, and when you retire you will have a check from the government each month.” ...


Email Letters: May 18, 2017

By Staff

Citizens need to work together for the good of all Thursday’s letter to the editor by Bill Hugenberg is just another of many examples why our nation will never be united and will never again achieve the greatness it once had. He and ...


Printed Letters: May 18, 2017

By Staff

Predator study a waste of taxpayer dollars Tax money well spent? Regarding the predator study, I can save taxpayers some money. I have the conclusion of the study already figured out: Bears and lions get hungry. When they are hungry, they ...


Email Letters: May 17, 2017

By Staff

Let’s fight to ensure the existence of ancient culture in Bears Ears What and how a person shows respect are important in the telling of that person’s character. Do they respect other people’s property and opinions? ...


Printed Letters: May 17, 2017

By Staff

Contact Interior regarding Bears Ears Recently President Trump ordered Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to review all national monuments bigger than 100,00 acres designated since the Clinton era. Of particular concern at this time is Bears Ears ...


Email Letters: May 16, 2017

By Staff

Hypocritical Republicans loathe to practice what they preach Tuesday’s “below-the-fold” headline (“White House denies Trump shared secrets with Russians”) and the accompanying photograph of our so-called ...


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