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Tipton

Tipton to Congress

By The Daily Sentinel

There are several explanations for Republican Scott Tipton’s victory over incumbent Democrat John Salazar in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District. One, of course, is the GOP wave that swept multitudes of Democrats from Congress, ...


Bad ballot measures suffer deserved death

By The Daily Sentinel

As they have so many times in the past, Colorado voters weighed the pros and cons of misguided ballot measures, then sent them to overwhelming defeat. Good for Coloradans. We’re pleased to see they recognized the potential harm these ...


Gov Hick

Gov.-elect Hickenlooper

By The Daily Sentinel

In the end, the race for governor of Colorado was not nearly as close as polls suggested it might be in the weeks leading up to the election. Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, a Democrat, won a solid victory by more than 10 percentage points ...


Toy drive still needs lots of local support

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s unfortunate that Toys for Tots won’t be working to fill the stockings of less-fortunate children in Mesa County this Christmas. For more than 20 years, the program collected tens of thousands of toys for needy children here, ...


Taking on terrorists

By The Daily Sentinel

United States intelligence officials were undeniably successful last week — with the aid of some key allies — in thwarting several attempted terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. Americans in every corner of the country — not just ...


Abundant reasons to change ballot process

By The Daily Sentinel

By Wednesday morning, Coloradans will know which of the multitude of proposed amendments to Colorado’s Constitution have been approved by voters — if any. What they won’t know, in the case of several important ballot ...


Vote and be counted

By The Daily Sentinel

For those who haven’t cast their 2010 election ballots yet, there are still several opportunities to do so. Those who applied for and received mail-in ballots can still turn them in to any Mesa County Clerk and Recorder’s office ...


Nemnich

Justice after 35 years

By The Daily Sentinel

Those who have followed The Daily Sentinel’s coverage of Jerry Nemnich’s trial for two murders committed in Grand Junction 35 years ago may not be surprised that the Longmont man was convicted on two counts of first-degree murder ...


Survivalists

By The Daily Sentinel

When people have been lost in the Colorado high country for more than four days — a good part of that time in blizzard conditions — it’s not unusual to expect the worst. So the rescue of three Denver-area hunters Wednesday ...


Transparency needed in Montrose hospital fight

By The Daily Sentinel

Now that the Montrose County commissioners have issued a “quit or be fired” edict to the six trustees on the Montrose Memorial Hospital board, it’s worth reviewing what the public does and doesn’t know. Montrose ...


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