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We need baseball now more than ever

By The Daily Sentinel

Normally, the Colorado Rockies making the Major League Baseball playoffs would be cause for celebration. It’s a big deal because it’s a rare feat. Usually by October, Colorado sports fans have turned their full attention to the ...


North Korea deserves more media attention

By The Daily Sentinel

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson was in Beijing on Saturday to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss how to contend with North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, as well as trade and investment. Tillerson’s trip provided ...


All for naught?

By The Daily Sentinel

The New York Times reported Thursday that the Interior Department intends to consider amending “all or some” sage-grouse habitat management programs in 10 western states, which could upend a decade of collaboration and compromise ...


Bragging rights on the line

By The Daily Sentinel

Last year, Colorado Mesa University beat CSU-Pueblo 20-19 in a thrilling football game at Stocker Stadium. This year, the rivalry plays out in Pueblo, but fans of the Mavericks who don’t plan to trek over the mountains to see it in ...


Shoes will drop in wake of NCAA hoops scandal

By The Daily Sentinel

Every spring we’re treated to one of the nation’s favorite sporting spectacles — the NCAA Division I men’s college basketball championship. “March Madness” as it’s called is often hyped as a ...


Power to the people!

By The Daily Sentinel

Thank goodness we have an engaged electorate fighting the really important battles and openly questioning the legitimacy of local government. If the authority of elected officials is derived by the consent of the governed, then the Grand ...


Big value in nonprofits

By The Daily Sentinel

Nonprofits are the Rodney Dangerfields of the economy. They’re celebrated for providing important services or promoting worthwhile causes, but get no respect for their sizable economic contribution to the community. It’s easy to ...


Thanks, Kristi Pollard

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s nothing like losing an effective leader to make an organization take stock of its future. Kristi Pollard’s tenure as executive director of the Grand Junction Economic Partnership now functions a prism for the board of ...


Here’s to the county’s newest millionaires

By The Daily Sentinel

After winning the biggest lottery jackpot in Colorado history, Judy Finchum of Clifton ignored one key piece of advice that financial experts typically give to lottery winners. She spoke to the press. She also took her winnings as a lump ...


Not your dad’s library

By The Daily Sentinel

A library card has always been a cheap passport to other worlds. But in the Information Age, when a vast repository of knowledge is just an internet connection away for the majority of Americans, how does a library remain ...


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