Letters

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Printed Letters: March 12, 2017

By Staff

Profit motive of health coverage cheapens life Are you expendable? Is your life meaningless? Your members of Congress seem to think so if you can’t afford medical insurance. It’s no problem in the extreme case to let you die. ...


Printed Letters: March 10, 2017

By Staff

We should all agree to support our president Donald Trump is our elected president. He has pledged to improve our nation by returning control of the nation to the people. I find the letter by Jim Denton, published March 8, to be particularly ...


Email letters: March 9, 2017

By Staff

Anonymous sources muddle legitimacy of news As a subscriber to the Sentinel, I read the so-called “news” portion of it every day. While most of it has already been seen online, preceding the Sentinel, you do have some local news. A ...


Printed Letters: March 9, 2017

By Staff

For once, Grant was right about something In all of the time that I have seen Bill Grant’s column in The Daily Sentinel, I have never once agreed with a single thing that he has said. Mark down today’s date, March 8, 2017. I have ...


Email letters: March 8, 2017

By Staff

We should all agree to support our duly elected president Donald Trump is our elected President. He has pledged to improve our nation by returning control of the nation to the people. I find the letter by Jim Denton, published March 8, to be ...


Printed Letters: March 8, 2017

By Staff

If 2B passes, city should award local contracts for work After having read the article about Measure 2B in Tuesday’s Daily Sentinel I felt compelled to write this letter. If, and when after this measure is indeed passed, I am wondering ...


Printed Letters: March 7, 2016

By Staff

Airport use represents chicken-egg question With regard to the issue of passenger usage of our regional airport, one set of opinions seems to be that increasing the number of seats, either by using larger aircraft, having more flights, or ...


Email letters: March 6, 2017

By Staff

Hypocrisy on parade Once again, we are treated to hypocrisy from Dr. Pramenko in his commentary “ACA replacement proposals that should have been debated.”  My immediate reaction to the commentary title was where was the debate ...


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Printed Letters: March 5, 2017

By Staff

Council must clear 
a path to broadband I am an engineer with a business for which I work from home. The best internet option I can find that sufficiently serves my needs is $800 a month. This is not for 1 gigabyte, but merely for 100 ...


Email Letters: March 3, 2017

By Staff

Recent play was exceptional Broadway plays do not normally come to Grand Junction but one could easily believe that the cast of “My Fair Lady” had taken a break from Broadway to perform at the Moss Theater at CMU. Under the ...


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