Letters

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Email letters, March 24, 2016

By Staff

Holmes should be supported in his rights as a landlord It’s a sad case when local residents can do no better than to make threats and leave nasty mail about something they disagree with. I had to chuckle at the TV coverage of Mark ...


Printed Letters: March 24, 2016

By Staff

Prosperity arises within our communities In recent years I have come to appreciate a more balanced and enlightened perspective from The Daily Sentinel’s opinion pages. Imagine, then, my disappointment in reading the Feb. 28 screed  ...


Email letters, March 23, 2016

By Staff

Not voting for president is akin to casting your vote for the person you dislike I have been curious since I read that letter from a gentleman in Fruita advising that he hated Trump and if he was nominated he would just not vote. I will bet ...


Printed Letters: March 23, 2016

By Staff

Susie Rittenhouse’s ‘last great adventure’ well told Thanks to 30 years of scrutinizing the writings of adolescents in my classroom, I have developed a discerning appreciation for alluring and well-written prose. And so I ...


Email letters, March 22, 2016

By Staff

Sportsmen hunting for more access to state trust lands Recently the Park County commissioners passed a resolution opposing the effort to transfer or sell public lands to the state of Colorado or local governments. Park County joins seven ...


Printed Letters: March 22, 2016

By Staff

Climate policy impacts economy and survival Greg Walcher denounced climate change deniers’ voices being restricted as denial of free speech. That is not the crux of the matter. No one cares when persons choose to pronounce that the sun ...


Email letters, March 21, 2016

By Staff

This election is about dismantling GOP and reforming it into a party for the people I find no fault with Mr. Kearsley’s statement that Donald Trump cannot unite the Republican Party. Trump is not even trying to do that. His popularity ...


Printed Letters: March 20, 2016

By Staff

Science, not opinion, should drive climate-change debate Thanks to Dennis Webb for doing some research and writing about the climate. It needs to be observed from a scientific, not opinionated point of view, which seems to dominate most ...


Email letters, March 18, 2016

By Staff

Climate needs to be observed from a scientific, not opinionated, point of view Thank you for doing some research and writing about the climate. It needs to be observed from a scientific, not opinionated point of view, which seems to dominate ...


Printed Letters: March 18, 2016

By Staff

Trump cannot united the Republican Party I’m a Republican and attended our “caucus” in Mesa. We did take an unofficial straw poll and Cruz got 12 votes, Trump 10 and Rubio nine, so we lined up pretty much as the party does. ...


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