Editorials

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Bilious billboard

By The Daily Sentinel

There is no constitutional right to protect people from being offended. That’s good news for Loma artist Paul Snover and whoever funded the giant cartoon Snover painted that now adorns a billboard near 28 1/2 Road and the Interstate 70 ...


Chile miners

Cheering in Chile

By The Daily Sentinel

By the time you read this, we hope all 33 miners who had been trapped a half-mile below the Earth’s surface in a Chilean gold mine for more than two months will have been successfully rescued from their underground prison. Twenty-two ...


Play nice in Palisade

By The Daily Sentinel

In addition to the usual round of races for state and national office, and the bounty of ballot questions, residents of the town of Palisade will be deciding this election whether to recall their mayor, Dave Walker. The Daily Sentinel has ...


Wild horses

Wild horse headaches

By The Daily Sentinel

The Bureau of Land Management in northwestern Colorado is doing the responsible thing in gathering horses near Meeker to prevent range damage from horse overpopulation. Some wild horse advocates, however, don’t like that. They seem ...


Palisade rural district needs a revenue boost

By The Daily Sentinel

Generating adequate revenue for a fire district is typically a difficult proposition, especially when that revenue comes almost exclusively from property taxes. But the Palisade Rural Fire District faces a unique revenue calamity in coming ...


dispensary

Vote ‘Yes’ on county’s Referred Measure 1A

By The Daily Sentinel

There will, we realize, be court challenges to any community effort to ban medical marijuana dispensaries under a state law adopted earlier this year. Ultimately, the question of whether such bans are constitutional will almost certainly be ...


Hickenlooper

Hickenlooper for governor

By The Daily Sentinel

Democratic gubernatorial candidate John Hickenlooper has the kind of resume that ought to be attractive to Coloradans of all political stripes. He was an oil and gas geologist who was laid off during the energy bust that so devastated the ...


Cary Kennedy

Cary Kennedy for state treasurer

By The Daily Sentinel

In the race for Colorado state treasurer, Republican Walker Stapleton urged us to “compare skill sets” between him and incumbent Democrat Cary Kennedy. “Who would you rather invest $1,000 with?” he asked. We’re ...


Konola for Senate Dist. 7

By The Daily Sentinel

The campaign between Democrat Claudette Konola and Republican Steve King to replace Josh Penry as the state senator for Mesa County and a portion of Garfield County is a confrontation between two different philosophies about how to grow the ...


John Suthers

Re-elect Suthers as attorney general

By The Daily Sentinel

John Suthers’ opponent, Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett, accuses Suthers of politicizing the Colorado attorney general’s office. The argument doesn’t hold water for a Republican attorney general who has worked ...


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