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State must be ready for manufacturing change

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s a change coming in global manufacturing, one that could mean huge benefits for the United States and, we hope, places like western Colorado. The great financial edge China has held in world manufacturing is rapidly evaporating. ...

Fanatics versus fantastics

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s a power struggle taking place in Iran right now, but it’s not between moderates and conservatives or reformers and rigid traditionalists. Rather, the fight is between old guard Muslim clerics who have ruled Iran since the ...

Fruita can make fees less odiferous

By The Daily Sentinel

The Fruita City Council Tuesday took a welcome step back from a proposed sewer-fee increase that it was considering, allowing more time for the council to examine a half-dozen fee options and hear more from local businesses. There’s no ...

Wolves prowl off list

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s been clear for the better part of a decade that gray wolves in the Northern Rocky Mountains were doing just fine, and no longer needed the protections of the federal Endangered Species Act. The same is true with wolves in the ...

Redistricting redux

By Staff

We hope that when the House Redistricting Committee holds a hearing later today on the Republican plan for creating new Colorado congressional districts, a few Democrats will support the plan. Not that we think the latest GOP plan is perfect. ...

Photographic evidence

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama declared Wednesday that he wouldn’t authorize the release of photos of the dead Osama bin Laden, despite the earlier announcement by CIA Chief Leon Panetta that the photos would be made public. The decision was no ...

Dry document may ensure a wet future

By The Daily Sentinel

For those who find lengthy water documents more engrossing than, say, the latest Clive Cussler novel, we recommend perusing the 50-page Colorado River Cooperative Agreement announced last week as a potential pact between Denver Water and 33 ...

Celebrate Osama bin Laden’s failure

By The Daily Sentinel

Thousands of people gathered in New York, Washington, D.C., and other sites Sunday night to celebrate the news that Osama bin Laden had been killed at the hands of U.S. forces. That reaction is understandable since bin Laden was responsible ...

Rough times for economic development

By The Daily Sentinel

These are difficult times for those involved with economic development, not just in western Colorado but across the nation. Although there are more and more signs that the economy is slowly recovering from the recession that began almost four ...

Obama birth cert

Death of birther dispute?

By The Daily Sentinel

Now that President Barack Obama has released the long form of his Hawaiian birth certificate — thereby demonstrating once again that he is a “natural born citizen” and qualified to be president — readers may wonder what ...

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