Editorials

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There’s no legal bar to monument bike race

By The Daily Sentinel

The co-founder of the company that owns this newspaper, Fred Seaton, served as Secretary of the Interior to President Dwight Eisenhower from 1956 to 1961. In that capacity, he bore the responsibility to protect and manage all national parks ...


Put West Slope in one congressional district

By The Daily Sentinel

The once-in-a-decade battle over congressional redistricting is set to heat up once again, now that 2011 census figures are available and the 2011 legislative session is set to begin. We hope that those plotting to redraw Colorado’s ...


The FCC and the Net

By The Daily Sentinel

Most of us don’t spend much time worrying about Internet neutrality, even if we have a passing understanding of the concept. But Julius Genachowski, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission does. He has been working on FCC ...


Winter arrives, exuberantly

By The Daily Sentinel

Today is officially the first day of winter — the winter solstice and the shortest day of the year. As if to put an exclamation point on that fact, a winter storm arrived in the Colorado mountains Sunday evening and it is forecast to ...


‘Don’t ask, don’t tell’ deservedly shot down

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s been 17 years since the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy regarding gays serving in the military was implemented during the first year of the Clinton administration. Seventeen years from now, we expect, people ...


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Earmarks epiphany

By The Daily Sentinel

Perhaps members of the U.S. Senate got the message from voters after all. At least the unexpected death Thursday night of the earmark-laden $1.2 trillion budget bill is an indication many senators heard voters’ complaints about ...


Not-so blind justice

By The Daily Sentinel

In Eagle County, it seems, the kind of plea deal you receive as a criminal defendant depends on your financial situation. Martin Erzinger, a Denver-based financial manager who oversees $1 billion in investments, avoided a felony charge and ...


She’s been there, done that

By The Daily Sentinel

They’re having a get-together at the Commons in Grand Junction Saturday. It’s being called “Henrietta Hay’s Been There Done That Open House.” Hay served as a regular columnist for The Daily Sentinel for more than ...


Udall’s frustration

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado Sen. Mark Udall might want to listen to the words of his Colorado colleague, Sen. Michael Bennet, who talked about the lame-duck session of Congress a couple of weeks ago. “The whole thing is rigged,” Bennet said. Earlier ...


Medical marijuana

Another smokin’ ballot measure

By The Daily Sentinel

Five months after a ban on medical marijuana centers was approved by voters of Mesa County, including those who reside within Grand Junction, city voters will have a second opportunity to cast ballots on the issue. The Grand Junction City ...


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