Letters

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Email letters, November 12, 2014

By Staff

Western Colorado relies on oil and gas sector for local jobs and economic growth The future of the energy industry in Western Colorado was a key topic in the recent elections. It’s important to recognize that the oil and gas sector ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 12, 2014

By Staff

Congress should focus on economy, security Days after the election I saw letters from locals which advised Republicans to “work on compromise,” “GOP has chance to address climate change” and finally, “Colorado ...


Email letters, November 11, 2014

By Staff

Cooper based conclusions about Republican victory on personal perspective Recent letter writer, David Cooper, regaled this column with his righteous statement about the vacuity of Republican victories. He may be right, but his conclusions are ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 11, 2014

By Staff

Recent letters do nothing to solve problems we face Just because Republican politicians were able to out-lie the Democrats and win all local elections shouldn’t mean that all letters should come from troglodytes who wouldn’t know a ...


Email letters, November 10, 2014

By Staff

Economy and security most important issues for majority of Americans Days after the election I saw letters from locals which advised Republicans to “work on compromise,” “GOP has chance to address climate change” and ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 9, 2014

By Staff

Reader hopes task force listens to teaching pros I attended the meeting with the Colorado testing task force and District 51 teachers. I sat at a table with Mount Garfield Middle School teachers and I am in awe of their professionalism, ...


Email letters, November 07, 2014

By Staff

Recent letters do nothing to help the problems we face in Washington Just because Republican politicians were able to out lie the Democrats and win all local elections shouldn’t mean that all three of yesterday’s letters should ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 7, 2014

By Staff

Republicans need to work on compromise Republicans have won their majority but they still aren’t quite the dictatorship they would like to be. Before you begin slavering to eliminate every regulation you hate like the Dodd/Frank Bill, ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 6, 2014

By Staff

North Fork Valley down but not out The loss of coal mining jobs in the North Fork is indeed a devestating blow.  Historically, coal with its ups and downs, has always been a big player in the area. However, there is much more to be ...


Email letters, November 06, 2014

By Staff

Assessor candidate expresses appreciation for support I want to take a moment to thank those voters of Mesa County who supported my campaign for Mesa County Assessor. In particular, those individuals and groups who endorsed my campaign ...


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