Editorials

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Dry document may ensure a wet future

By The Daily Sentinel

For those who find lengthy water documents more engrossing than, say, the latest Clive Cussler novel, we recommend perusing the 50-page Colorado River Cooperative Agreement announced last week as a potential pact between Denver Water and 33 ...


Celebrate Osama bin Laden’s failure

By The Daily Sentinel

Thousands of people gathered in New York, Washington, D.C., and other sites Sunday night to celebrate the news that Osama bin Laden had been killed at the hands of U.S. forces. That reaction is understandable since bin Laden was responsible ...


Rough times for economic development

By The Daily Sentinel

These are difficult times for those involved with economic development, not just in western Colorado but across the nation. Although there are more and more signs that the economy is slowly recovering from the recession that began almost four ...


Obama birth cert

Death of birther dispute?

By The Daily Sentinel

Now that President Barack Obama has released the long form of his Hawaiian birth certificate — thereby demonstrating once again that he is a “natural born citizen” and qualified to be president — readers may wonder what ...


Exchange this fight for bipartisan effort

By The Daily Sentinel

The fact that the Colorado Senate passed legislation this week to create a state-sponsored health care exchange is welcome news. But it’s disappointing that the vote to pass it was strictly along party lines, with only Democrats voting ...


Mesa County’s concert two-step

By The Daily Sentinel

The Mesa County commissioners have determined that hosting two major, country music concerts in different parts of the county on the same weekend will produce a fine tune. Their constituents have good reason to ask: Why? What possible ...


Fruitlands Forever

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa Land Trust’s ambitious undertaking to protect fruit and wine lands in the east end of the Grand Valley — and thereby ensure a minimum number of acres for a stable local fruit industry — deserves to, well, blossom. Other ...


Colorado Mesa U.

By The Daily Sentinel

With more than 60 potential new names suggested for Mesa State College, there’s a good chance that Colorado Mesa University — the name selected by the college Board of Trustees Tuesday — wasn’t the top choice for many ...


Ford flexes smaller muscles

By Staff

Ford Motor Co. announced its highest quarterly profit margin since 1998, and it did so not with its historic array of light trucks and SUVs, but with smaller passenger cars that get better fuel mileage. That’s good news for the only ...


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All gassed up about gas prices

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama announced over the weekend that the Justice Department has created a task force “with just one job: rooting out cases of fraud or manipulation in the oil markets that might affect gas prices.” Oh great. That ...


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