Letters

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Printed Letters: Oct. 29, 2014

By Staff

Sullivan would provide 
balance on Garfield BOCC I advocate for an initiative to establish Garfield County as a home-rule county. If this were to be done, provisions could be made for five districts within the county, each district ...


Email letters, October 28, 2014

By Staff

Sheriff Spiess’ endorsement of Lewis should be given weight it deserves I noted an article in the paper recently informing the readership that “Acting Sheriff” Spiess has thrown her support behind Sgt Matt Lewis. As I ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 28, 2014

By Staff

Ousting Diester would hamper criminal justice I sympathize with Mr. Frank Birgfeld over the tragic loss of his daughter and his frustration with the slow pace of the court system, but if he is successful in his campaign to oust Thomas Deister ...


Email letters, October 27, 2014

By Staff

Arotin has more real life experience than other sheriff candidates I’m not sure why people have not thoroughly researched the sheriff candidates. Maybe they don’t want to know, or they just believe everything they read in a ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 26, 2014

By Staff

Representative Scott Tipton’s little dog and pony “news” show Tuesday made TV and the dutiful Sentinel’s pages Wednesday. We get it. Tipton supports businessmen because they provide jobs for all we “takers.” ...


Email letters, October 23, 2014

By Staff

Profitability is likely the reason that business dislikes rules and regulations Representative Scott Tipton’s little dog and pony “news” show Tuesday made TV and the dutiful Sentinel’s pages Wednesday. We get it. ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 23, 2104

By Staff

Hiring of marketing group part of a troubling trend A troubling message is emerging from our local officials and news outlets, one that implies that competent businesses and employees exist only in other areas, but not here in Mesa County. ...


Email letters, October 22, 2014

By Staff

PERA’s challenge now lies in maintaining or increasing fund balance As a PERA retiree with more than 35 years of service in higher education, the Colorado Supreme Court made the right decision in the case of Justus v. State regarding ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 22, 2014

By Staff

County would be lucky to have Lewis as sheriff Every now and then an opportunity in politics occurs to elect someone with a positive attitude and impressive credentials. Matt Lewis is that person. He is a dedicated family man who has served ...


Email letters, October 21, 2014

By Staff

Don’t be deceived by language, Amendment 67 is too extreme Why aren’t we talking about Amendment 67? Is it because we are tired of rejecting Personhood - as voters have already done three times before? Well, we can’t afford ...


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