Letters

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Printed Letters: August 23, 2017

By Staff

BLM,  reconsider Fram drilling proposal The residents of the city of Grand Junction are fortunate to get their drinking water from an absolute pristine source — the watershed that begins high up on the slopes of Grand Mesa. There ...


Email Letters: August 22, 2017

By Staff

The peace of Palisade is being dismantled for profit The peace and gentle nature of Palisade is being dismantled piece by piece by those who can profit. The newest blow is the planned gas station complex, which will raise the noise level ...


Printed Letters: August 22, 2017

By Staff

Former churchgoer cannot support Trump Today I left the church after 61 years of church membership. I’ve taught Sunday School and read my Bible until it fell apart. I met my wife of 37 years while doing mission work. I even wrote a hymn ...


Email Letters: August 21, 2017

By Staff

Gray Gourmet an essential and appreciated service I am writing in strong support of both Jim Spehar’s column and Ben Herman’s very articulate commentary on the Gray Gourmet program in Mesa County and the county ...


Printed Letters: August 20, 2017

By Staff

The FRAM drilling 
proposal is concerning I’d like to express my appreciation to the staff of Western Colorado Congress and members of the local community for taking the time to research and provide a look at the FRAM drilling ...


Email Letters: August 18, 2017

By Staff

Efforts to grow CMU will result in more wins for our community Congratulations to President Tim Foster and his entire team at Colorado Mesa University for continuing to make smart and effective moves that will help establish Grand Junction ...


Printed Letters: August 18, 2017

By Staff

Support art teachers for our students I was so pleased to read your article about the economic impact art has on our local financial well-being. That being said, isn’t it time for our citizens to support certified visual art teachers ...


Email Letters: August 17, 2017

By Staff

Extremism is morphing into fascism here in the U.S. My father and father-in-law both served in World War II to make us safe from fascism. Now extremism is morphing into fascism more than ever here in the U.S. Pillars of fascism include ...


Printed Letters: August 17, 2017

By Staff

Commissioners do more harm than good It doesn’t surprise me in the least that the county commissioners are trying to strong-arm a valuable nonprofit in our community. I have tried to negotiate with the current three commissioners only ...


Email Letters: August 16, 2017

By Staff

Commissioners do more harm than good for our economic growth It doesn’t surprise me in the least that the county commissioners are trying to strong arm a valuable non-profit in our community. Having tried to negotiate with the current ...


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