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Journalism in jeopardy at CU?

By The Daily Sentinel

The University of Colorado Board of Regents could act as early as today to scrap the School of Journalism and Mass Communication and build a new program from the ground up. That new program, as recommended by CU President Bruce Benson and ...


Budget brinksmanship

By The Daily Sentinel

As this was being written Thursday afternoon, the prospect of a partial government shutdown beginning today loomed larger than ever. In fact, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Thursday afternoon he expected it to occur, even though ...


Civil unions law will be revived

By The Daily Sentinel

When a legislative committee quietly killed a bill last week — strictly along party lines — that would have given legal protections to civil unions involving same-sex couples, it didn’t draw a lot of news coverage. The event ...


A bipartisan reform

By The Daily Sentinel

With Republicans at loggerheads with Democrats over the budget, and a government shutdown looming, it’s hard to imagine bipartisanship in Washington, D.C. right now. But one issue did bring members of both parties together. The Senate ...


Congratulations to Councilman Doody

By The Daily Sentinel

Jim Doody will soon be seated with his colleagues at the Grand Junction City Council table once again, after winning election to the at-large seat from a crowded, five-man field. In that race, Doody’s was probably one of the most ...


Voters make it clear: ‘No’ to pot centers

By The Daily Sentinel

The vote tally on the city’s Referred Measure A Tuesday leads to several conclusions. First, and most importantly, a solid majority of voters made it clear they don’t want medical marijuana dispensaries operating out of storefront ...


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Fractured future for natural gas industry?

By The Daily Sentinel

Two compressed natural gas fueling stations are now open on the Western Slope, one in Grand Junction and one in Rifle. President Barack Obama has made natural gas transportation fuel a centerpiece of his new energy policy, whose goal is to ...


Consistency-challenged National Park Service

By The Daily Sentinel

About that precedent that National Park Service officials fear would be established if they allowed a portion of the Quiznos Pro Challenge bike race to traverse Rim Rock Drive in Colorado National Monument, perhaps Park Service leaders in the ...


Scott’s calculus doesn’t add up

By The Daily Sentinel

As a candidate last year, now-state Rep. Ray Scott initially talked of rolling back entirely the changes in the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission and its rules that were adopted over the past four years. When it became apparent ...


Federal budget two-step

By The Daily Sentinel

Vice President Joe Biden said Wednesday night that Republicans and Democrats were close to a deal on a current-year budget that would avert an April 6 government shutdown. Not so fast, responded House Speakler John Boehner on Thursday. That ...


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