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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 ...


Tea time

By The Daily Sentinel

Those who watched President Barack Obama’s speech about debt reduction and raising the debt limit Monday night, followed by House Speaker John Boehner’s opposing remarks, may have been struck by a key point in both ...


Gangs of Grand Junction?

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s premature to expect detailed answers about what were apparently gang-related shooting and robberies in Grand Junction and perhaps elsewhere earlier this month. Grand Junction Police Chief John Camper had good reason to be ...


Kick-off is coming

By The Daily Sentinel

The economy may be nearing catastrophe, a heat wave continues to wilt much of the country and the job market still stinks. But, by God, there will be football. Representatives of NFL team owners and players hammered out the final details of a ...


Raise the debt ceiling today

By The Daily Sentinel

They sure can talk, those glib blabbermouths in Washington. They have talked for months about a big budget deal, all in the interest of securing our economic future. What do we have to show for all of this talk? Nothing. Less than nothing. ...


Lochmiller’s guilt

By The Daily Sentinel

There is a good deal of satisfaction in learning that a jury in a federal court in Denver quickly found Philip Rand Lochmiller guilty on 31 charges related to his Ponzi investment scam that bilked investors out of $30 million. The justice ...


The great security- gate controversy

By Staff

How one views the dispute over a new security fence and gates for the general aviation area at Grand Junction Regional Airport may depend on which of the following statements one believes, if any: A. Terrorists are just waiting to sneak onto ...


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