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Senate should pass SB40

By The Daily Sentinel

As we observe Sunshine Week, the annual nationwide celebration of access to public information, there’s some good news coming out of Denver. Senate Bill 40, which seeks to modernize the Colorado Open Records Act, passed out of the state ...


Re-elect Taggart

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s no candidate for Grand Junction City Council, in our estimation, with a more holistic approach to governance than Rick Taggart. As a former chief executive officer in the corporate world, Taggart is the ultimate big-picture guy. ...


Norris for council

By The Daily Sentinel

Incumbents have experience and a record to run on. They understand the complexities of campaign issues because they’ve dealt with them first-hand. Challengers bring enthusiasm and a desire for change, sometimes painting themselves as ...


Yes on 2A

By The Daily Sentinel

We urge voters in Grand Junction to vote yes on funding a new downtown event center. We need an injection of vitality into the local economy. We’re no longer a retail hub. We need something to draw people here to spend money. ...


What don’t we have?

By The Daily Sentinel

Stephanie Copeland wasn’t in Grand Junction Thursday to discuss the merits of an event center. But in laying out the state’s economic development initiatives, the new director of the state Office of Economic Development and ...


Troubles remain for health-care proposal

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s too early to be lining up in favor of or in opposition to the new Republican health care bill. The good news is that the legislative approach allows for debate, which means the final bill may look substantially different if or when ...


Yes on 2B

By The Daily Sentinel

The city’s municipal election is April. 4. Mail ballots go out early next week. Beginning Sunday we’ll be publishing our endorsements for Grand Junction City Council contested races and Referred Measure 2A — the event center ...


Newspapers, courts share same affliction

By The Daily Sentinel

A free press and an independent judiciary are both considered bedrocks of our American democracy. Neither seems to have much value in the eyes of our current president, resulting in an erosion of respect for both institutions. Judicial ...


A needed crackdown

By The Daily Sentinel

State lawmakers on the House Finance Committee will consider two bills Monday aimed at cracking down on Colorado’s “gray” marijuana market. This is the term for plants grown under legal pretenses that wind up on the black ...


A hidden gem exposed

By The Daily Sentinel

For the second time in less than a year, a Grand Junction business or organization has been acquired by a major player in its field. It happened last July when homegrown Rocky Mountain Health Plans struck a deal to join United Healthcare, the ...


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