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State of limitations

By The Daily Sentinel

While Colorado’s budget projections went from bad to worse this week, we were pleased to see that neither Gov. Bill Ritter nor state lawmakers from this area are looking to balance the budget on the backs of Colorado taxpayers through a ...

Iran’s disputed president returns to United Nations

By The Daily Sentinel

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the state-proclaimed winner of Iran’s national election last June, won’t be the only Iranian in New York today when he addresses the United Nations General Assembly. Thousands of exiled Iranians from the ...

Rayhall bill will not improve energy outlook

By The Daily Sentinel

The sex scandals within the federal office of Minerals Management Services last year — in which federal employees were reported cavorting with oil company executives whose royalties they were collecting for the government — ...

Colorado terrorist

By The Daily Sentinel

It is more than a little disturbing to learn that potential terrorists with an admitted al-Qaida connection may have been residing here in Colorado. Najibullah Zazi and his father, Mohammed Wali Zazi, both of Aurora, were arrested Saturday in ...

Appeals court isn’t soft on free speech

By The Daily Sentinel

A federal appeals court in Washington, D.C., has ruled that nonprofit groups can spend so-called soft money just as they spend hard money under federal campaign finance laws. We’re pleased to see it. The soft-money restrictions enacted ...

Baucus aims for compromise on health treatment

By The Daily Sentinel

The legislation introduced by Montana Sen. Max Baucus last week has refocused the debate on health care reform, but it hasn’t resulted in the bipartisan support Baucus hoped it would generate. It hasn’t even won the support of ...

Mesa County Postal Center

By The Daily Sentinel

The residents of Glade Park were probably pleased to hear from Grand Junction Postmaster Daniel Reyes that the U.S. Postal Service plans to continue providing mail delivery at a central location on Glade Park well into the future. It’s ...

Federal shield law is held up again

By The Daily Sentinel

A federal shield law to protect journalists remains an elusive goal today, despite a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday. The committee took testimony on the proposed law but didn’t vote because several members left early and ...

Airport taxis toward an ambitious future

By The Daily Sentinel

Grand Junction Regional Airport could have a substantially new look over the next decade if redevelopment plans outlined this week take shape. In addition to a new main runway, the plans call for replacing the 1950s-era control tower, possibly ...

From an ACORN, mighty scandals grow

By The Daily Sentinel

Officials with the community organizing group ACORN are bursting with indignation this week, threatening to sue Fox News and describing Senate action to cut off funding for ACORN as politically motivated. ACORN officials ought to clean up ...

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