Letters

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Printed Letters: August 16, 2017

By Staff

It’s time to provide FRAM drilling permits The energy project proposed in Whitewater is one of the most studied and thoughtful drilling programs in Western Colorado. In Texas, a company can acquire a drilling permit in a week. In Ohio, ...


Email Letters: August 15, 2017

By Staff

Connection exists between agricultural burning and climate warming There is much in the news about climate warming and who is responsible for it. I decided to Google the internet and seek some answers. There is a vast amount of information to ...


Printed Letters: August 15, 2017

By Staff

Monument deserves 
a name change In the wake of Trump’s review of the Department of the Interior, the idea of a change in status or just a change in name for the Colorado National Monument has once again reared its head. And just ...


Email Letters: August 14, 2017

By Staff

Colorado National Monument deserves a change in moniker In the wake of Trump’s review of the Department of the Interior, the idea of a change in status or just a change in name for the Colorado National Monument has once again reared ...


Printed Letters: August 13, 2017

By Staff

Context about coal and climate would provide perspective I was surprised Sentinel reporter Gary Harmon didn’t include any context, about climate change or about coal markets, in his piece “Coal looks to make a comeback in ...


Email Letters: August 11, 2017

By Staff

Context about coal markets and climate would provide a balanced perspective I was surprised Sentinel reporter Gary Harmon didn’t include any context, about climate change or about coal markets, in his piece “Coal looks to make a ...


Printed Letters: August 11, 2017

By Staff

Protecting public lands not a partisan issue On Sunday, Aug. 6, The Daily Sentinel ran an opinion piece by Robin Brown about the importance of the outdoor recreation industry learning from sportsmen. I’m an avid sportsmen and she hit ...


Email Letters: August 10, 2017

By Staff

Protecting our public lands and national monuments is not a partisan issue On Sunday, Aug. 6, The Daily Sentinel ran an opinion piece by Robin Brown about the importance of the outdoor recreation industry learning from sportsmen. I’m ...


Printed Letters: August 10, 2017

By Staff

Sales tax increase could help address crime Crime is a growing problem in our community. And while many factors contribute to an increase in the crime rate, a lack of police on the street and an underfunded District Attorney’s Office ...


Email Letter: August 9, 2017

By Staff

Whitewater energy proposal threatens valley’s watershed For 54 years, my family has lived, worked, and raised cattle on upper Whitewater Creek Road where our ranch is located. Usually, the only real problems we had to worry about were ...


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