Editorials

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Police problems arrive in Palisade

By Staff

No one can be happy to learn that yet another police officer in the Grand Valley faces criminal charges, albeit misdemeanor ones. We can only hope that the focus on these problems and quick law enforcement responses to them will help reduce ...


Historic mystery clouds B&B decision

By Staff

The unanimous decision of the Grand Junction Planning Commission to approve a bed and breakfast within the Seventh Street Historic District is hardly astonishing. Given the development rules under which the commission presumed to be operating, ...


Fight a contagious epidemic

By Staff

Millions of Americans are worried about the swine flu, and well they should be. Although the H1N1 virus hasn’t been as deadly as some predicted earlier this year, it has swept rapidly across the country and sickened millions of people. ...


The re-election option

By Staff

When Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced Monday that health care legislation headed to the Senate floor will include a so-called public option for health insurance, it drew praise from groups and individuals on the far left. What it ...


The right conduct on official misconduct

By Staff

There may be places where police officers act like jack-booted thugs — treating citizens with disrespect and condescension, at best. That is definitely not the case in Grand Junction. Police in this city are, in most cases, courteous ...


The right way to do a wilderness bill

By Staff

The modest wilderness bill introduced by 3rd District Congressman John Salazar has several things in its favor. First, it applies to areas in Salazar’s own congressional district. Unlike the over-reaching wilderness bill introduced by ...


Vigilance and profiling

By Staff

Remember “the flying imams,” the six Muslim clerics who were escorted off an airplane in Minneapolis in 2006 because their odd behavior sparked terrorist worries? Last week they settled their case with the Minneaopolis-St. Paul ...


Gas documentary offers anecdotes, not evidence

By Staff

Many of the people featured in the documentary, “Split Estates,” have heart-breaking stories about health problems they have suffered. What they don’t have, and what is absent from the documentary itself, is actual evidence ...


Renaming city park not ‘RocketÂ’ science

By Staff

Melrose Park? Isn’t that a television show on some cable network? That’s about how familiar the name of one of Grand Junction’s older city parks is — was — to a great majority of residents of this community. But ...


Taxpayers have stake in executive salaries

By Staff

Wall Street this week is all atwitter about the pending mandate from the Treasury Department: Top executives at the largest financial and auto firms that received government bailouts may see their salaries and compensation packages ...


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