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Five million Coloradans

By The Daily Sentinel

Despite the recession, Colorado continues to draw newcomers — so many in fact that, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, the state’s population topped 5 million for the first time last July. That’s more than double the 2.2 ...


‘Art of compromise’ taints health bill

By Staff

Whether you think the health care bill passed by the Senate Thursday is the savior of our health care system or a national catastrophe, one thing is abundantly clear: It wasn’t passed because of its policy prescriptions. It won approval ...


A cooperative model for gas development

By Staff

Nine Mile Canyon, west of the Green River in north-central Utah, has been called the world’s longest art gallery because of the extensive number of prehistoric drawings along its rock walls. But, in recent years, the region around the ...


Gloria in excelsis Deo!

By Staff

During the period when the old Roman empire was at the height of its power — that is, in the days of Caesar Augustus — Dec. 25 was celebrated as a festival of the unconquered sun. The festivities, of course, were held during the ...


Gloria in excelsis Deo!

By Staff

During the period when the old Roman empire was at the height of its power — that is, in the days of Caesar Augustus — Dec. 25 was celebrated as a festival of the unconquered sun. The festivities, of course, were held during the ...


Mr. Bennet goes to Washington

By Staff

Frank Capra’s great film “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” is a fiction, a fantasy, or even a fairy tale. But like all great works of the imagination, at its heart lies a real truth. Capra’s 1939 film tells the story of a ...


Inversion fight needs citizen help

By Staff

There’s good news on the inversion front, at least for the next few days. The storm that arrived with snow late Tuesday is expected to continue through tonight. It should scour out the dirty air that has been lingering since shortly ...


Fruita on path for new rec trails

By Staff

The city of Fruita may have re-opened the decades-long debate over the proximity of recreational hiking and biking trails to irrigation canals in this valley through a parks master plan the City Council approved last week. Good for them. ...


Health care reform is not on autopilot

By Staff

With the Senate passage of its health care reform bill early Monday, it appears likely a version of this legislation will win congressional approval early next year. There will still be some tinkering, as the House and Senate try to reconcile ...


Trucking company held hostage by process

By Staff

Just when we all had thought that the Brady Trucking question was decided, it has come roaring back, to our dismay. Opponents of Brady’s plans to expand its operations near 27 1/2 and C 1/2 roads in south downtown have vowed to appeal a ...


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