Letters

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Printed Letters: Sept. 4, 2014

By Staff

Hacked photos offer lessons for all of us Society, what has become of us? While some, the most visible among us, are aghast their most intimate photos are being hacked and shared across the globe, others are similarly aghast that invaders ...


Email Letters: Sept. 3, 2014

By Staff

Hacked photos offers lessons for all of us Society, what has become of us? While some, the most visible among us, are aghast their most intimate photos are being hacked and shared across the globe, others are similarly aghast that invaders ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 3, 2014

By Staff

Ender’s Game a classic, but it’s not for 6th grade As I understand it, the situation in the school district is not about banning Ender’s Game, nor about removing it from the libraries where people who want to read it have ...


Email letters, September 02, 2014

By Staff

Trigg should recognize that the current administration is responsible for problems, too I find it is difficult to know how to respond to Richard Trigg’s rambling and nonsensical letter. I must say he has a very selective memory or just ...


Printed Letters: Sept. 2, 2014

By Staff

WCC aims to protect lands for future users David Ludlam made irresponsible statements about the Western Colorado Congress. As a member, I say it’s not WCC’s job to support drilling, but to protect lands for future generations. ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 31, 2014

By Staff

Nuke facility opinion stems from ignorance I feel that Jim Shults’ letter about the proposed Green River nuclear plant in Thursday’s edition of the Sentinel needs to be addressed. So that there will be no misunderstanding, let me ...


Email letters, August 29, 2014

By Staff

Western Colorado Congress aims to protect lands for future generations Mr. Ludlam made irresponsible statements about the Western Colorado Congress. As a member, I say it’s not WCC’s job to support drilling, but to protect lands ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 29, 2014

By Staff

Sentinel cartoons too heavy on liberal bashing The Daily Sentinel on Aug. 24 printed a cartoon of two aides preparing to douse a dozing president with ice water to wake him up. A newspaper reading “World Burns” lies nearby. Can The ...


Email letters, August 28, 2014

By Staff

Race identification paperwork counter to American nationalism During my first visit to the USA over 40 years ago, I was required to complete a government form to identify my race. My immediate amused reaction was to check “other” ...


Printed Letters: Aug. 28, 2014

By Staff

Green River nuke plant
 a dangerous proposition Oh goody, the Green River nuclear power plant has been given more approvals to build just 86 miles in a straight line from Grand Junction. Should something happen there, a breeze could have ...


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