Letters

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Email Letters: January 4, 2017

By Staff

Sale of marijuana would generate large sums of tax revenue in county Every taxpayer in Colorado should be very thankful for TABOR (Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights). Living in a lucrative and desirable state such as ours would be a lot more ...


Printed Letters: January 4, 2017

By Staff

City should provide 
mental health services Almost everyone reading this letter has been affected by suicide. I’ve lost family friends, colleagues, and relatives to suicide. As a public health professional, I believe we are ...


Email Letters: January 3, 2017

By Staff

We must implement a plan for excellent overall community health Our community is still grieving the loss of many precious young people. The commonly accepted stages of grief are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. In her ...


Printed Letters: January 1, 2017

By Staff

Monument designation a blessing for Bears Ears Our children and their children and their children are blessed with the establishment of Bears Ears National Monument. In October 2015, the Navajo, Ute Mountain, Hopi, Zuni, and Ute nations ...


Email Letters: December 30, 2016

By Staff

Marijuana in Grand Junction is not worth the risks it poses Grand Junction will one day be deciding on a marijuana initiative. The prospect of increased revenue will make this issue attractive to citizens since Grand Junction has experienced ...


Printed Letters: December 30, 2016

By Staff

Action on Bears Ears is unwarranted Outgoing President Obama’s recent land grab in creating Bears Ears National Monument is less about conservation and more about his own narcissism. It is a sad day for people who live in, use and enjoy ...


Email Letters: December 29, 2016

By Staff

Obama’s move on Bears Ears less about conservation, more about narcissism Outgoing President Obama’s recent land grab in creating Bears Ears National Monument is less about conservation and more about his own narcissism. It is a ...


Printed Letters: December 29, 2016

By Staff

Human activity brings environmental impacts It was reassuring to read of Greg Walcher’s deep concern about wildlife impacts from energy development on Dec. 23. Implicit in his column is the reality that powering America means tradeoffs, ...


Email Letters: December 28, 2016

By Staff

National columnist an example of a liberal sore loser Kathleen Parker, who is a regular in The Daily Sentinel, just launched her second scathing, nasty, whining, “We lost” article against the new Republican leadership taking over ...


Printed Letters: December 28, 2016

By Staff

America is a republic, not a democracy Bill Grant’s column on Dec. 21 about ending the Electoral College has generated several letters in disagreement. Rick Wagner’s column on Dec. 22 was an excellent discussion of why Grant is ...


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