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Facilitating fracking

By The Daily Sentinel

Count Gov. John Hickenlooper among those folks who don’t believe hydraulic fracturing of natural gas wells is a threat to domestic water wells. In fact, Hickenlooper — a geologist — said this week he believes there is almost ...


Felony cases decline

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Valley has seen its share of high-profile crimes in the past month: a murder, a bank robbery, other armed robberies and burglaries, not to mention possible links between this community and an established gang in Northern ...


Closing in on D.B. Cooper?

By The Daily Sentinel

The FBI is following a new lead on D.B. Cooper, the infamous criminal who hijacked an airplane in 1971 for $200,000, then parachuted into the Cascade Mountains. The tip involved a man who died in the Northwest a decade ago. Right. Could a ...


Courting more school funds

By The Daily Sentinel

A trial that got underway in Denver Monday could skew state financing so heavily that public schools would be almost the only state-funded function. That is, unless Colorado taxpayers approve an enormous tax increase. We certainly believe ...


Debt-ceiling D-day

By The Daily Sentinel

If the tea party on the right, the progressives and Black Caucus on the left, don’t derail it, Congress may actually approve a bill today to cut spending, raise the debt limit and avoid default. However, there may be a shortage of ...


Let states take lead in drilling regs

By The Daily Sentinel

Oil and gas industry folks can be forgiven if they are a bit skeptical of the declaration by the Environmental Protection Agency that proposed new air-quality regulations will be highly cost effective for the industry. It’s not that ...


Time to compromise on debt-limit timing

By The Daily Sentinel

We’re apparently down to this in the fight over raising the debt ceiling: When will we fight the next battle in this ongoing war? Republicans, in considering Speaker John Boehner’s bill to raise the nation’s debt limit and ...


Careful choices for Oil & Gas Commission

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov. John Hickenlooper — the geologist, turned businessman, turned politician — made it clear when he ran for governor that he wasn’t interested in a wholesale rewriting of the state’s new oil and gas regulations. But ...


Another one bites the dust

By The Daily Sentinel

Congressman David Wu is no Anthony Weiner. Unlike the round-the-clock coverage of Weiner’s sex scandal, Wu’s story was eclipsed by the Washington debt-ceiling fight. He was embroiled in scandal and had announced his resignation ...


Districts done well

By The Daily Sentinel

Gayle Berry is right. The attack on proposed state House districts by former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb was off target. There’s no proof the districts were drawn primarily to protect GOP incumbents. It’s not that we think the ...


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