Editorials

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Abundant reasons to change ballot process

By The Daily Sentinel

By Wednesday morning, Coloradans will know which of the multitude of proposed amendments to Colorado’s Constitution have been approved by voters — if any. What they won’t know, in the case of several important ballot ...


Vote and be counted

By The Daily Sentinel

For those who haven’t cast their 2010 election ballots yet, there are still several opportunities to do so. Those who applied for and received mail-in ballots can still turn them in to any Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s office ...


Nemnich

Justice after 35 years

By The Daily Sentinel

Those who have followed The Daily Sentinel’s coverage of Jerry Nemnich’s trial for two murders committed in Grand Junction 35 years ago may not be surprised that the Longmont man was convicted on two counts of first-degree murder ...


Survivalists

By The Daily Sentinel

When people have been lost in the Colorado high country for more than four days — a good part of that time in blizzard conditions — it’s not unusual to expect the worst. So the rescue of three Denver-area hunters Wednesday ...


Transparency needed in Montrose hospital fight

By The Daily Sentinel

Now that the Montrose County commissioners have issued a “quit or be fired” edict to the six trustees on the Montrose Memorial Hospital board, it’s worth reviewing what the public does and doesn’t know. Montrose ...


Wedding bell blues

By The Daily Sentinel

We’re pleased to learn that the owner of Amy’s Courtyard near Palisade is now working with Mesa County officials to comply with county regulations regarding the hosting of large events on private property in an agricultural zone. ...


Karzai’s cash cow

By The Daily Sentinel

While tens of thousands of Americans continue to put themselves in harm’s way in an effort to defeat the Taliban and bring some measure of security to Afghanistan, the leader of that country has been taking millions of dollars in cash ...


No deal on the Roan Plateau

By The Daily Sentinel

The legal saga of potential gas drilling on the Roan Plateau west of Rifle continues, with a return visit to federal district court in Denver now on the agenda. It’s too bad that a compromise settlement couldn’t be reached between ...


Cartoon sleazy

One week ‘til the end

By The Daily Sentinel

The “end” in the headline above refers not to the political fortunes of any candidate or political party come Nov. 2. Instead, it highlights one very welcome fact. Seven days from now, the airing of aggressive and seemingly ...


The Daily Sentinel’s 2010 endorsements

By The Daily Sentinel

Editor’s note: This is a recap of The Daily Sentinel’s editorial endorsements for the 2010 general election. If a race or ballot item is not listed, we took no position on that question. Governor: John Hickenlooper (D) U.S. ...


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