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Email letters, July 9, 2015

By Staff

Jesus never required us to be faithful to him by refusing to love our fellow humans John Herbst’ letter on Wednesday cannot stand unchallenged. Just as an aside, if we are entering the “New Dark Ages” it is because we seem ...


Printed Letters: July 9, 2015

By Staff

Council got bad advice on Englehart’s contract Having attended the Grand Junction City Council Monday meeting, I appreciate that the council members found themselves between a “rock and hard place” in accepting former City ...


Email letters, July 8, 2015

By Staff

Media should be compelled to pursue story of the jet vs. power line in DeBeque Wednesday’s editorial regarding government transparency compels you to pursue the story of the jet vs. power line in DeBeque canyon. Our errant military ...


Printed Letters: July 8, 2015

By Staff

Do amublance-chasers really look out for you? I recently noticed a full-page ad in the Sentinel taken out by some Denver attorneys trolling for clients regarding care at a Grand Junction nursing home. Annually, the Colorado Department of ...


Email letters, July 7, 2015

By Staff

Was a double standard applied to Chicago shooting? I just finished catching up on the holiday weekend news and was shocked to see the violence in Chicago over the weekend. There were seven citizens murdered, including a seven-year old boy, ...


Printed Letters: July 7, 2015

By Staff

Let’s be more considerate with July Fourth fireworks We have got to get the fireworks under control in the greater Grand Junction area. Let me preface this by saying that I am as patriotic as the next guy. I love my country enough that I ...


Email letters, July 6, 2015

By Staff

We need to be considerate of others with Independence Day fireworks We have got to get the fireworks under control in the greater Grand Junction area. Let me preface this by saying that I am as patriotic as the next guy. I love my country ...


Printed Letters: July 5, 2015

By Staff

Council members should be flagged as lawbreakers Headline: “City broke law in private session.”  Usually, when a law is broken, there is a penalty or fine or some such specified somewhere. In this particular case, I feel ...


Printed Letters: July 3, 2014

By Staff

Marriage granted by God, not the Supreme Court I was unaware we have “local gay leaders” as the headline read in Saturday’s edition. Really? I suppose Sabrina Jackman and her partner are one of these alleged ...


Email letters, July 2, 2015

By Staff

Zulian’s letter about the ACA was full of misinformation Mr. Zulian’s letter Wednesday about the ACA is full of misinformation, refuting of which is too much to fit into the limitations of the Sentinel page. It’s all the ...


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