Letters

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Email letters, December 24, 2015

By Staff

Changing the liquor laws would crush local liquor stores Colorado liquor stores can have liquor, but only in one store like everyone else in the state. Package liquor stores are only allowed one license. The mega grocery stores and their ...


Email letters, December 23, 2015

By Staff

NARO – Colorado applauds decision of GarCo Commission to approve Ursa applications The National Association of Royalty Owners – Colorado (NARO – Colorado) applauds the recent thoughtful, and unanimous, decision of the ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 23, 2015

By Staff

LWCF will now continue to benefit all Americans The U. S. Congress recently renewed the Land and Water Conservation Fund for three years as part of the passed budget package. This fund has financed dozens of open space, park, trail and ...


Email letters, December 22, 2015

By Staff

Take back your voice in Washington and in our state governments by voting I am writing to urge all people to register to vote. The time has come for the people to step up and do their civic duty. Now more than ever is it imperative to come ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 22, 2015

By Staff

Columnist distorted facts on climate deal Greg Walcher’s column on the climate agreement reached in Paris this month is a stunning piece of partial truths. While President Obama was the face of the U.S. at the talks, the intransigence of ...


Email letters, December 21, 2015

By Staff

Neither voters nor public officials want spending figures to be known There are far too many who criticize others for the “national debt” yet pay little attention to who is really spending that money, and don’t pay attention ...


Grateful for BLM help with multiple use land

By Staff

In their recent, well-argued letters to the editor, David Ludlam and Marcia Neal presented to Sentinel readers the oil and gas industry’s view of reality. The story they tell is good propaganda, using facts to distort the truth. The ...


Email letters, December 18, 2015

By Staff

Chaffee honored as ‘Shriner of the Year’ At our annual Christmas Party we honored Jim Chaffee as “Shriner of the Year.” Jim has been a Mason and Shriner for more then 50 years. He has been very active in the Shriner ...


We’re not at liberty to limit religious freedom

By Staff

I’ve been observing with great sadness the controversy around the Bibles and the nurse’s pinning ceremony. The comments in “You Said It” on Dec. 13 were especially heartbreaking. “Ironically” was right in ...


Email letters, December 17, 2015

By Staff

Coal miners suffering under Obama regime based on politicized science As the Daily Sentinel has reported, “Obama urges leaders to act with U.S. to save the planet,” “Coal may take another hit,” and “Ol’ ...


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