Letters

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Email Letters: January 24, 2017

By Staff

Civic necessities must be met before we provide for civic luxuries I cannot understand our city council wanting to saddle us taxpayers with yet another perpetual drain on our money: their events center. If it’s such an almighty need, ...


Printed Letters: January 24, 2017

By Staff

Vote against the 
confirmation of DeVos I urge Sens. Bennet and Gardner to vote against Trump’s nomination for Secretary of Education. Betsy DeVos is profoundly unqualified and has an agenda that is downright dangerous to the ...


Email Letters: January 23, 2017

By Staff

With Trump’s inauguration, we should toast the end of a nightmare The day has finally arrived to celebrate the end of eight nightmare years of anti-Constitution social justice progressive central government. The old guard is being ...


Printed Letters: January 22, 2017

By Staff

Rep. Zinke’s position 
on climate troubling As an angler and avid outdoorsman I am relieved that Donald Trump’s pick to manage America’s prized public lands doesn’t want to sell them off to the highest bidder. ...


Email Letters: January 20, 2017

By Staff

Boycotting the inauguration is a dishonor to America To all the members of Congress who are boycotting the inaugural, you are not dishonoring Donald Trump; you are dishonoring America and one of the great ceremonies that sets us apart from ...


Printed Letters: January 20, 2017

By Staff

Forest Service did fine planning on its own Stakeholders are being solicited to assist the Grand Mesa Uncompaghre National Forest to “implement and monitor treatment projects to respond to the spruce beetle epidemics and decline of ...


Email Letters: January 19, 2017

By Staff

Radicals have destroyed many forests by stopping forest management Stakeholders are being solicited to assist the Grand Mesa Uncompaghre National Forest to “implement and monitor treatment projects to respond to the spruce beetle ...


Printed Letters: January 19, 2017

By Staff

A bad week for health care for Coloradans It was a bad week for health care for Coloradans. U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner voted to approve a budget blueprint that allows the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obamacare) to be repealed without the ...


Email Letters: January 18, 2017

By Staff

Hatred toward our legitimately elected president is disgraceful I am not, by nature, a vindictive person. But if I were President-elect Trump I would make some lists and taking names. The pure hate and vitriol from Congressional Democrats is ...


Printed Letters: January 18, 2017

By Staff

Country must focus on family, education, work If our country is to flourish in the years to come, we will need to refocus our collective energies on what made this country great: accountability in our families, the educational system and our ...


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