Plenty to be thankful for this Memorial Day

Welcome back to the work week.

The Memorial Day weekend produced some sad and poignant moments befitting the solemn nature of the national holiday honoring our war dead.

It also reminded us that the legacy of those fallen heroes lives on in the everyday freedoms we take for granted, like enjoying an afternoon at the ballpark. But there are some dedicated individuals here and everywhere committed to honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice.


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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR »
    Email letters, May 26, 2015

    Until liberals have redefined free speech, there will be differing opinions In the 5/24/15 Sentinel, Rachel Cruz responded to a letter critical of the Pride Fest … more

    Printed Letters: May 26, 2015

    I read with interest and disappointment the op-ed in Sunday’s Sentinel by Tom Ribe concerning agricultural water use in the American West. As the Colorado … more

    Printed Letters: May 24, 2015

    I read a letter to the editor in Thursday’s edition of the Daily Sentinel in which a reader, James C. Sparks, found the Sentinel’s coverage of the Pride … more

COLUMNS »
YOU SAID IT »
    You Said It, May 24, 2015

    Leave North Avenue alone. It does not belong to the university. Why do newcomers to Grand Junction think they have to change things?  … more

    You Said It, May 17, 2015

    To all you folks who drive while you’re trying to read the screen on your phone: If what’s on your phone is so important, please pull off the road and … more

    You Said It, May 10, 2015

    Unemployment remains high at 6.2 percent, businesses struggle to survive or are closing and the residential building industry is a shell of its former self. Yet, … more





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