Letters

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Email letters, August 20, 2014

By Staff

Reader counters Olivias’ opinions on Shooter’s Grill Today is August 19. Mr. Olivivas wrote his e-mail August 12, right after the story regarding Shooter’s Grill in Rifle. A couple of things:  It might have been to ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 20, 2014

By Staff

Wilderness can exist with recreational use As a former federal land manager, I really appreciated the recent articles on the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act. In the late 90s, Mesa County began to see the results of the Clinton ...


Email letters, August 19, 2014

By Staff

Government handouts to blame for problems in Ferguson and country So, who’s to blame for what’s happening in Ferguson? I blame the government. Because we took the “hand out” approach instead of offering “hand ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 19, 2014

By Staff

WildEarth Guardians wants to keep all users off land According to Erik Molvar of WildEarth Guardians, the energy companies are not doing enough to protect the greater sage grouse. WildEarth Guardians will not consider anything enough until ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 17, 2014

By Staff

‘Ender’s Game’ editorial full of illogical conceits The Sentinel’s editorial board finds it troubling that Joy Porter, mother of a District 51 sixth grader, objects to the novel “Ender’s Game” being ...


Email letters, August 15, 2014

By Staff

District 51 schedule change a huge disservice to students, parents, and teachers It did not take long for the students, parents, and teachers of District 51 to realize what a terrible disservice the school board has done with a very stupid ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 15, 2104

By Staff

Hilkey put political ties ahead of his employees I read with outrage the account of former Sheriff Stan Hilkey regarding Steve King’s high-paying do-nothing job at the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office. It was fascinating that Hilkey ...


Email letters, August 14, 2014

By Staff

Senators need to stand up for clean energy and climate action Compared to the last couple years, it’s been a relatively light wildfire season so far: only 33,000 acres burned. As global warming pollution heats up the atmosphere, quiet ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 14, 2014

By Staff

Airport board deserving of support, not criticism Nothing gets me going in the morning better than a cup of coffee coupled with a misguided article in our local newspaper. For years, the Sentinel turned a blind eye to the questionable actions ...


Email letters, August 13, 2014

By Staff

Both Sentinel and Carter made incorrect statements about global climate change I just read the front-page article regarding Jimmy Carter’s recent appearance in Aspen. In the first paragraph, the Sentinel writer states, “Climate ...


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