Letters

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Email Letters: April 14, 2017

By Staff

Avalon offers vibrant arts and is a venue for many events I must take issue with Mr. Roy Bailey’s statement of April 9 regarding the Avalon, “All they do is show old movies and a few old has-beens.” The Avalon was host to ...


Printed Letters: April 14, 2017

By Staff

County engrossed with appearing conservative In the 40 years I have lived in Grand Junction there has been one solid theory of living — conservative. There is nothing wrong with conservative values; I have some myself. However, in this ...


Email Letters: April 13, 2017

By Staff

Bennet more important to liberal party than state of Colorado Michael Bennet’s rise to a seat on the U.S. Senate is a classic example of party machinery looking out for its own interests instead of the people’s interests. Bennet ...


Printed Letters: April 13, 2017

By Staff

Executive order doesn’t reflect Trump’s rhetoric In February, President Trump signed an executive order overturning an Obama regulation that prevented people with mental illness from purchasing firearms. This executive order was ...


Email Letters: April 12, 2017

By Staff

We have more than enough natural gas to both use and share Pete Hart and the Wilderness Workshop reflexively voiced opposition to supplying our Japanese allies with natural gas because the pipeline might “use Canadian gas.” ...


Printed Letters: April 12, 2017

By Staff

History Colorado designates CAF bomber The advertisement on Page 3 of Monday’s Sentinel only hints at the importance of the transformation over a long time (35 years) of a Grand Valley gem having received a distinction that truly ...


Email Letters: April 11, 2017

By Staff

FWD.us is working to fix our broken immigration system The conversation around immigration issues in the Grand Junction area is healthy and robust. Thank you to those community members who took time to meet with me during my recent Western ...


Printed Letters: April 11, 2017

By Staff

United Way thanks community volunteers Our agencies wouldn’t exist without volunteers. Shoestring staff and frugal budgets limit what small nonprofits can do, however, volunteers make the difference. That’s why for National ...


Email Letters: April 10, 2017

By Staff

Sentinel’s editorial omission of important fact in poor taste The Sentinel’s Friday, April 7 editorial gave a concise summary of the U.S. Senate’s fumbling of the vote on Neil Gorsuch to become a Supreme Court justice. You ...


Printed Letters: April 9, 2017

By Staff

We need a solution to air pollution problem I am writing to urge our county commissioners to work toward a solution to the air pollution problems in the county, and more specifically in the valley where the pollution seems to settle. I ...


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