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An unbalanced idea

By The Daily Sentinel

With federal debt now in the neighborhood of $15 trillion, and projected to get worse, it’s understandable that fiscal conservatives are seeking ways to eliminate the debt and prevent further debt from accumulating. But we think the ...


Steve Jobs, R.I.P.

By The Daily Sentinel

This editorial was composed on an iPad, while music, filtered through an iPhone, played in the background. Then it was sent to a PowerMac to be put into The Daily Sentinel’s system, and proofread on another PowerMac. All of those items, ...


Pipeline issues abound

By The Daily Sentinel

More questions surfaced this week about the proposed project to pump water from Flaming Gorge Reservoir in Wyoming to Colorado’s Front Range, when the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission sought additional information from applicant ...


Obama’s Arctic act leaves enviros cold

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama may be leaning left on issues such as tax hikes and increased government spending for jobs, as he seeks to shore up his liberal base for his re-election bid, but some of his recent actions have angered one group of his ...


Christie’s ‘awful’ prospects

By The Daily Sentinel

In rejecting the possibility of seeking the Republican presidential nomination this year, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Tuesday offered some concise insight into why many skilled people decline to run for president. Christie said he had ...


Western Slope belongs in one House district

By The Daily Sentinel

With a court hearing scheduled for later this month on Colorado’s much-disputed effort at congressional redistricting, Club 20 is on the right track in filing a court brief that seeks to have Grand County reattached to Colorado’s ...


Success from sad news

By The Daily Sentinel

There was understandable hand-wringing and anger when former Gov. Bill Ritter announced a couple years back that the skilled nursing facility at the Grand Junction Regional Center would be closed as part of a state budget-cutting ...


Tipton treads carefully through the wilderness

By The Daily Sentinel

Wilderness designation — as a meeting held last Friday in Ouray demonstrated — remains a highly contentious issue in western Colorado. One side believes more is needed, not only to protect the environment in unique, backcountry ...


Time to revitalize riverfront effort

By The Daily Sentinel

Thanks to a Colorado Court of Appeals decision, and the refusal of the state Supreme Court last week to re-examine that decision, Grand Junction will have to reconsider the five-year-old dispute regarding Brady Trucking and its property along ...


Street crimes in the crosshairs once more

By The Daily Sentinel

Given the increases in crimes in Grand Junction in 2011, compared to 2010, it’s welcome news that the Grand Junction Police Department will be able to re-establish a street-crimes unit that was scrapped last year due to budget ...


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