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Printed letters, Feb. 2

By Staff

Eliminating sales-tax exemption is unfair Eliminating the sales-tax exemption on candy and soft drinks may seem reasonable on the surface, but if you take a closer look you will see it is arbitrary and discriminatory.  The Daily ...

A super ad dispute

By The Daily Sentinel

The 30-second Tim Tebow advertisement that’s scheduled to air during this Sunday’s Super Bowl probably won’t change many minds on the issue of abortion. Opinions on that highly contentious issue have been rigidly set for some ...

Bodies of evidence

By The Daily Sentinel

Criminal forensics experts may be arriving in Mesa County soon, carefully examining multiple sets of human remains in the desert. It’s not that some horrendous new crime with multiple victims has been committed here. Rather, the experts ...

E-mail letters, Feb. 1, 2010

By Staff

Obama’s goal is total control Suppose that Obama and his congressional buddies decide, for whatever reason, that having an armed population is not good for them and they decide to confiscate all firearms from citizens.  Is that ...

Grand Junction not winner of most romantic places contest

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Grand Junction was not the winner of Korbel Champagne’s online contest to select “The Most Romantic City in America.” In fact, it didn’t even rank in the top three. The winning city is Hana, Hawaii, followed by ...

1.31.10 group better pic

Networking, friendship and collaboration work for commercial brokers

By Penny Stine

The first-time home buyers’ tax credit and the $6,500 tax credit available to repeat residential buyers have spurred residential real estate sales, which was the intent behind the credit. Commercial real estate sales have had to manage ...

The Winery

By Daniel Osborn

Rolex Ad - 288x66  ...

020210 Herzog art

Loyalty and companionship are better than a pretty face

By Denny Herzog

To say the Herzog household is canine-loving is somewhat akin to saying that the Obama abode is populated by Democrats. Animal Planet gets more than its share of screen time on our television. We have pet health insurance. The Westminster ...

Planned tackiness makes the SAD go away

By Penny Stine

I confess: I am a fair-weather lover of the Grand Valley. After looking out my windows and seeing snow on the ground for more than a month, I’ve come to the conclusion that the weather is no longer fair, and I do not love the Grand Life ...

Profitability is Job 1

By The Daily Sentinel

When Henry Ford turned his automobile company into an industrial behemoth at the beginning of the last century, he did so through technological innovation and supplying what the public wanted – relatively inexpensive and dependable (at ...

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