Letters

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Email letters, July 13, 2016

By Staff

CPW should recommend lifetime suspension of licenses to poachers Congratulations to Colorado Parks and Wildlife Area Manager JT Romatzke and CPW employee Ryan Blair for their diligent work on making a sound case against the four men accused ...


Printed Letters: July 13, 2016

By Staff

It’s time Mesa County took a new approach After reading the assessment of the overall rankings of Mesa County, I felt like I was reading about some Southern state, such as Mississippi. Of course, the prevailing politics of this area ...


Email letters, July 12, 2016

By Staff

Results of recent methane study were gratifying I was gratified to see this morning’s front-page article discussing the results of the C.U. Boulder study of methane in groundwater. As a technical professional in the industry for almost ...


Printed Letters: July 12, 2016

By Staff

Palisade festivals a nuisance to residents In Monday’s Daily Sentinel article about the great success of this last weekend’s Lavender Festival in Palisade, no mention is made of the impact to town residents from the ...


Email letters, July 11, 2016

By Staff

Coverage about police brutality doesn’t tell whole truth For a long time now I keep reading in the paper and hearing in the news about police brutality. I’m positive that the police officers do not go out every day looking for ...


Printed Letters: July 10, 2016

By Staff

We have to find a way 
to protect police officers What in the hell is wrong with people? Ten cops shot in Dallas. Are we turning into a Third World country? This will no doubt strike sadness in all our hearts, after losing Officer Geer. ...


Printed Letters: July 8, 2016

By Staff

Health concerns warrant review of coal leases I was one of the “three-minute” speakers at the recent BLM forum regarding coal leasing on federal lands. As a physician, I represented the health perspective. There is quite a bit of ...


Printed Letters: July 7, 2016

By Staff

Consider Obama’s role in Clinton investigation No one is surprised at the investigation outcome of presumptive Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her classified State Department emails. The results will not be referred ...


Printed Letters: July 6, 2016

By Staff

National Park Service delivers great value I was pleased to see the front page coverage in Sunday’s paper of the challenges facing the National Park Service in its centennial year. The agency’s budget woes, including those related ...


Printed Letters: July 5, 2016

By Staff

Highway 340 needs to be safe for cyclists Representative Willett is 100 percent correct about biking on most of route 340 toward Fruita. I like biking, but I won’t ride this route as it presents too great a danger. Whenever I drive 340 ...


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