Editorials

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Sarmo says so long

By The Daily Sentinel

Tim Sarmo’s five years as Palisade town administrator have included some major changes for the town, and some stormy times, as well. Through it all, Sarmo has remained a quiet professional administrator, a booster for the town and its ...


Patience was key to injury-free arrest

By The Daily Sentinel

The damage that occurred during the standoff and subsequent arrest of a gun-firing assailant near 32 Road Sunday amounted to some tear gas residue in a duplex apartment, a smashed mirror in one of the units and other, relatively minor property ...


Optimism out of misery

By The Daily Sentinel

Last week’s jobs report — federal officials confirmed only 18,000 jobs were created in June — was a gut-punch for all of us. Economists expected much more robust growth. The national unemployment figures increased to a ...


The skinny on why we’re fat

By The Daily Sentinel

We choked on our cola when we read last week that 19.8 percent of Colorado’s residents are obese. But we threw the soda can across the newsroom when we read that Colorado’s rate is the lowest in the nation. Pull up the Sansabelt ...


Gov. Hickenlooper has the high hand

By The Daily Sentinel

Members of the Colorado Limited Gaming Control Commission bet against Gov. John Hickenlooper this spring and lost. Perhaps they thought Hickenlooper, who has a deserved nice-guy image, would simply capitulate to them. Instead, the governor ...


Judicial credibility and Casey Anthony

By The Daily Sentinel

Casey Anthony is a liar, a party girl and a horrible mother. And every self-proclaimed legal expert worthy of face time on the 24-7 news channels covering her trial knew she was guilty of murdering her young daughter. However, a Florida jury, ...


Bugged over timber

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado Sen. Mark Udall is right to push the U.S. Forest Service and the Department of Agriculture to solidify contracts with Colorado timber companies to cut beetle-killed timber in much of the state. The action is necessary, not because it ...


White River ruling

By The Daily Sentinel

The ruling from a water judge in Steamboat Springs Friday is not likely to be a critical impediment to oil shale production, should a commercially feasible method of extracting oil from shale be found, but it is a significant victory for a ...


Reddin’s leave-taking

By The Daily Sentinel

Chris Reddin became executive director of the Business Incubator Center in 2007, when the economy was booming and the few business start-ups seeking center assistance received “anything and everything we could throw at them,” she ...


Medical pot rules appear a little hazy

By The Daily Sentinel

Don’t accuse proponents of medical marijuana of being high if they seem confused about the state of regulations governing their industry. Anyone could get a little unsteady on the regulatory roller coaster ride regarding medical ...


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