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Citizen aid is key in halting attacks

By Staff

The arrest of Palisade High School student Robert Johnson for an alleged plot to use weapons and explosives for some sort of attack on his school highlights two things. First, in 21st century America, it seems virtually every public high ...


City’s secrecy ploy hurts PD and public

By The Daily Sentinel

Here’s a “1984”-like distortion of our language that ought to embarrass and worry citizens of Grand Junction: It is “contrary to the public interest” to tell residents of this city what a former police officer ...


More school equals more learning

By The Daily Sentinel

A presidential push for longer school days and school years may not be popular with a lot of folks, particularly students who would be affected by it. But the effort is sensible. No one believes youngsters should spend every waking moment in ...


Funding national parks is essential

By The Daily Sentinel

Recommending that Congress devote more money to America’s national parks is pretty much a no-brainer. That said, it could be that a recommendation by the National Parks Second Century Commission simply doesn’t go far enough. The ...


Xcel to the rescue

By The Daily Sentinel

Xcel Energy is getting close to the completion of a $7 million rewiring of the Horizon Drive area. When the project is done Horizon Drive will have what an Xcel spokesman called “one of the most reliable systems on the Western ...


Nobody’s onboard at the Grand Junction Depot

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction Depot, once a jewel on the string of rails across the United States, has sat empty now for decades. The current owner, Lynn Greenwald of Fort Collins, no longer can make the payments on the $740,000 loan for the structure ...


U.S. continues to thwart terrorists

By The Daily Sentinel

Much as we might prefer otherwise, there is a war of terror going on, a point driven starkly home with an arrest in Denver. Najibullah Zazi, a 24-year-old airport shuttle driver who was born in Afghanistan and lived in Aurora at the time of ...


Natural-gas climate

By The Daily Sentinel

Tuesday’s United Nations confab on climate change produced lots of rhetoric from political leaders worldwide, but few specific commitments to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. Several news reports Wednesday ...


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 ...


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