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Deadly waters

By The Daily Sentinel

What is it about roiling waters that attract people like moths to a flame — too often with fatal results? Whatever it is, it occurs with depressing regularity at this time of year. One man drowned in the potholes of the Little Dolores ...


Deceptive moves

By The Daily Sentinel

A rumor now slashing across the field of major-college athletics is this: If Nebraska abandons the Big 12 for the better money of the Big 10, then Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and — surprise! — Baylor ...


Police chief takes appropriate action

By The Daily Sentinel

The transient population in Grand Junction is, and long has been, a problem that the community has attempted to address in a variety of ways. But the solution absolutely won’t be found in local police officers acting like Depression-era ...


A key connection on Riverfront Trail

By The Daily Sentinel

Nearly 25 years ago, members of what was then called the Grand Junction-Mesa County Riverfront Commission envisioned a trail following the Colorado River that would stretch from De Beque Canyon to the Utah border. Great strides have been made ...


Romanoff’s revelation and Obama’s jobs

By The Daily Sentinel

With apologies to “Casablanca,” we’re shocked — shocked! — to learn what the Obama administration has done. The White House has dangled potential jobs in front of two Democratic candidates for the U.S. Senate ...


Not-so-artful dodger

By The Daily Sentinel

Douglas Bruce has reportedly gone into hiding — at his home in Colorado Springs. For most of May, the author of this state’s tax-limiting TABOR Amendment, a one-time state lawmaker and notorious anti-tax crusader, successfully ...


Rule of law applies, even for likes of BP

By The Daily Sentinel

Demonstrators are scheduled to begin protesting today in cities around the country, demanding that the government seize the assets of British Petroleum to pay for the environmental and economic damage caused by the gargantuan oil leak in the ...


Residents deserve more details in tent case

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction Police Department has provided 11 new tents to a group of transients who said that officers vandalized their tents early last month. Three officers have been on paid administrative leave since May 7, which was two days ...


Medical database raises privacy issues

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s a maxim in the medical profession that every therapeutic rose has its thorns. Of course, the principle applies to more than just medicine, but the maxim is particularly to the point in the case of law enforcement officials in the ...


CMC fills niche in offering BA degrees

By Staff

It’s been a long time coming, but Colorado Mountain College is now able to offer bachelor’s degrees. Colorado Mountain College, a small community college with campuses scattered across much of northern and western Colorado, has ...


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