Letters

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Email letters, April 15, 2015

By Staff

Tomlinson Library renovation and expansion a milestone for community After reading the story last week about funding decisions recently made by the Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease District, I want to publicly thank and congratulate the ...


Printed Letters: April 15, 2015

By Staff

Red Cross thankful for support of volunteers Much has been written about today’s culture of “being busy.” With tight work schedules, kids’ activities, social engagements and, of course, the lure of Colorado’s ...


Email letters, April 14, 2015

By Staff

We have to learn ways to deal with climate change and drought In response to the letters re: how California Governor Jerry Brown should have mandated water conservation earlier and writers praising rain barrel usage, I have experience dealing ...


Printed Letters: April 14, 2015

By Staff

We need laws for 
unattended dogs My heartfelt best wishes to the woman who was attacked by the three dogs. This never should have happened. We have leash laws in our towns. Why are dogs that are left unattended and loose in the back of ...


Email letters, April 13, 2015

By Staff

We need laws for unattended dogs My heartfelt best wishes to the woman who was attacked by the three dogs. This never should have happened. We have leash laws in our towns. Why are dogs that are left unattended and loose in the back of trucks ...


Printed Letters: April 12, 2015

By Staff

Keep public lands under federal management I agree with the individuals who were quoted in Dave Buchanan’s article on Feb. 14, 2015, “Sportsmen protesting efforts to put public land under state ownership.” Federal public ...


Email letters, April 10, 2015

By Staff

AAUW continues to address gender pay gap Equal Pay Day is on Sunday. This is the symbolic day when women’s earnings finally catch up to men’s earnings from the previous year. American Association of University Women continues to ...


Printed Letters: April 10, 2015

By Staff

Sharing of ideas is better
 than the constant harangue With so much at stake everyone should be wondering why we have to deal with so much B.S. from politicians and pundits. Sharing more ideas should be more fruitful than the constant ...


Email letters, April 9, 2015

By Staff

Recent editorials merit comment Two recent editorials in The Daily Sentinel merit comment. The first, “Prudent moves in coal country” was well done in several respects. It gave readers excellent information concerning economic ...


Printed Letters: April 8, 2015

By Staff

Panhandling law really attacks free speech It dismays me that few of my friends and neighbors appreciate that in attacking panhandling the city is really attacking free speech. The city finds it necessary to spend an endless amount of ...


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