Editorials

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Powderhorn Resort heads for the auction block

By The Daily Sentinel

As ski areas go, Powderhorn Ski Resort doesn’t have the glitzy reputation of Aspen or Telluride, the massive and varied terrain of Vail or Steamboat Springs or the lodging, shops and restaurants that help attract millions of skiers each ...


Anzelmo’s leave-taking

By The Daily Sentinel

Joan Anzelmo has worked in some of the most spectacular landscapes on Earth: Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park and lately, Colorado National Monument. When she retires July 1, she can look with pride on her involvement in ...


Not-so-wild policy

By The Daily Sentinel

Although it was officially blamed on budget cuts, many observers see Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar’s decision Wednesday to halt plans to identify potential new wilderness areas on BLM ground as a political retreat from the wild-lands ...


Playing chicken with federal debt

By The Daily Sentinel

Leaders of both parties are playing a dangerous game of political chicken with issues related to our national debt — dangerous for the re-election prospects of party members, but more importantly, for the economic future of this ...


Honoring the memory of Zulema Flores Smith

By The Daily Sentinel

When state health authorities and elected officials gather in Ignacio Thursday, the main order of business will be to discuss health disparities that result in afflictions affecting various ethnic groups differently. But the Colorado ...


Pinon Ridge mill can help meet needs safely

By The Daily Sentinel

The Pinon Ridge uranium mill — the first new uranium processing facility in the United States in decades — could be operational by the end of next year. That is, if Energy Fuels Resources, the company developing the mill, can ...


Targeting Tipton

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s clear that Democrats believe they have a shot at unseating freshman 3rd District Congressman Scott Tipton in 2012, and they’re going after him with all the political ammunition they can muster. Nothing unusual there. Our ...


Remember the fallen

By The Daily Sentinel

Weather reports indicate Monday may be a cool and breezy day, but mostly sunny. Not a bad day to kick off summer. Regardless of the weather, the national holiday being observed Monday should be a reminder of things other than backyard ...


Bobby’s birthday games

By The Daily Sentinel

Wasn’t that fun? We refer, of course, to the four-month exercise in public gamesmanship known as Bobby’s Birthday Bash — wherein we tried to guess whether a proposed country-music concert was a real deal or a fantasy. As ...


County’s goal is transparency with least expense to taxpayers

By Guest Columnist

By Janet Rowland On the issue of local governments being required to publish all expenditures in a local newspaper, The Daily Sentinel left out several very important pieces of information. Last year our board asked state Rep. Ray Scott if ...


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