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Printed Letters: Nov. 5, 2014

By Staff

Editorial perpetuates myth of climate change The Sentinel’s Sunday editorial “Another sad day in the North Fork Valley” perpetuates the continuing myth of global warming. Why not finger point to the insane federal regulatory ...


Email letters, November 04, 2014

By Staff

Editorial perpetuates continuing ‘myth’ of global climate change The Sentinel’s Sunday editorial “Another sad day in the North Fork Valley” perpetuates the continuing myth of global warming. Why not finger point ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 4, 2014

By Staff

Roadside mowing a danger to motorists Wednesday we were about a mile east of Horizon Drive heading west on I-70. Traffic was detoured to the right lane only and reduced to 40 mph. Elam was installing road base along the edge of the new ...


Email letters, November 03, 2014

By Staff

All Americans should retain rights and responsibilities pertaining to public lands Privileged to have served four years in the United States Army at Fort Carson, I have a profound respect for my nation and the wonderful state of Colorado. I ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 2, 2014

By Staff

Scott didn’t conceptualize remote testimony bill Ray Scott didn’t conceptualize the idea of the remote testimony bill as proclaimed erroneously by Marjorie Haun. In February 2012, a small group of equality advocates left Grand ...


Email letters, October 31, 2014

By Staff

CDOT has no reason to hold up development or address safety issues On Hwy 50 at the intersection in question, White Avenue is a controlled intersection by virtue of traffic signals being in place 1 block in either direction. The timing of the ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 31, 2014

By Staff

Unaffiliated candidates bear influence on races Recent letter to the editor contributors Bruce Benson and Jim Ciha are excellent representatives of political partisanship. And let’s not ignore The Daily Sentinel’s contribution to ...


Email letters, October 30, 2014

By Staff

Colorado should be betting favorite on becoming first smoke-free car state Shouldn’t the “overdue” influences of Boulder make Colorado the betting favorite between Mississippi, Alabama and Kentucky becoming the first to pass ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 30, 2014

By Staff

Relish your right to vote by casting a ballot Voting is a right in this country. However, there is a political ideology that wants to make voting only for the “right” people, laws acting as armed guards sitting outside voting ...


Email letters, October 29, 2014

By Staff

Recent letters by Borgen and Neal spark a reader’s response John Borgen blames every ill that exists on this earth on businesses that seek to change some of the edicts and rules passed down by our government. How about that? A business ...


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