Letters

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Printed Letters: Feb. 17, 2015

By Staff

North Fork will always look to protect water This is regarding the editorial “Missing the obvious,” with economic stimulus being the obvious. What to me seems obvious but is unstated, is that if ranchers or others have to depend on ...


Email letters, February 16, 2015

By Staff

North Fork residents will oppose plans for oil and gas extraction in watershed This is regarding the editorial “Missing the Obvious,” with economic stimulus being the obvious. What to me seems obvious but is unstated, is that if ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 15, 2015

By Staff

Development can’t bump farmers’ noses downstream “The right to swing your arm ends at my nose.” This describes the accepted limit of individual rights in social contract theory. It means that even lawful activity cannot ...


Email letters, February 13, 2015

By Staff

Oil and gas companies and employees strive to be good citizens in their communities In regard to oil and gas activity proposed in the North Fork Valley and recently voiced opinions: Concerning air and water quality, Colorado has stringent ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 13, 2015

By Staff

Thanks to those who defeated Senate Bill 33 The defeat of Senate Bill 33 has received much attention in the media. This legislation would have directed the TABOR refund due Colorado taxpayers to the kindergarten through 12th grade education ...


Email letters, February 12, 2015

By Staff

Sentinel’s addition of Konola shows an unbalanced point of view I am always surprised at the Sentinel’s never ending effort to be “fair and balanced.” Your addition of Claudette Konola to your list of columnists should ...


Printed Letters: Feb. 12, 2015

By Staff

Focus on trucks missed bigger issues at airport I find it amazing – and frightful – that the editorial in Thursday’s Daily Sentinel dedicated so much space to an insignificant portion of the federal investigation surrounding ...


Email letters, February 11, 2015

By Staff

Obama’s attempt to equate Crusades, Inquisition, slavery and ISIS is asinine President Obama’s asinine attempt to equate the Crusades, the Inquisition, slavery and ISIS, and Ruth Marcus’s ridiculous defense of it can be put ...


GJ among great mid-sized Western cities with a future

By Staff

GJ among great mid-sized Western cities with a future Flagstaff, Ariz., Bend, Ore., Ft. Collins, Colo., Boise, Idaho, and Grand Junction are the latest breed of medium-sized Western cities that are breaking new ground in the new millennium as ...


Email letters, February 10, 2015

By Staff

Transfer of Federal land to state of Colorado a bad idea for many reasons A bad idea involving the transfer of Federal lands to state jurisdiction keeps surfacing. I want to tell you why it is a bad idea. First and foremost, the state of ...


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