Editorials

Page 200 of 309


‘No’ on Amendment Q

By The Daily Sentinel

In an age of terrorism, not to mention natural disasters, it certainly makes sense to have a back-up plan for moving Colorado’s seat of government from downtown Denver. But do we really need another amendment to Colorado’s already ...


Vote ‘No’ on Amendment 63

By The Daily Sentinel

Voters across the country are angry about Obamacare, and those in Colorado are no exception. So many people may be eager to vote for Amendment 63, which prohibits the state, either independently or at the behest of the federal government, from ...


No escape from county’s justice

By The Daily Sentinel

Shane Johnson did several things when he escaped from the Mesa County Jail a little more than two years ago. First, by sawing through steel mesh at the jail with contraband saw blades, hiding in an exercise yard and dropping down the side of ...


Bosley for CU regent

By The Daily Sentinel

UPDATED Republican Steve Bosley is seeking his second six-year term as an at-large candidate on the University of Colorado Board of Regents. He has an enthusiasm for CU, as well as experience and in dealing with the issues it faces. He ...


breast cancer ribbon

Keeping cancer at bay

By The Daily Sentinel

Today, The Daily Sentinel helps the American Cancer Society kick off National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Hence the slightly different color of the paper today. Pink papers, pink ribbons and more highlight our awareness of breast cancer. ...


The Udall fix

By The Daily Sentinel

In the poisonous, partisan atmosphere that marks the nation’s capital these days, bridging the ideological divide and reducing gridlock is difficult, to say the least. Colorado Sen. Mark Udall is trying, and we thank him for that. This ...


‘No’ on Amendment P

By The Daily Sentinel

Three proposed constitutional amendments on this year’s election ballot were placed there by the state Legislature. Amendment P is one of them, and we see little reason for it. Amendment P is designed to transfer the licensing and ...


Maes level 2

This is vindication?

By The Daily Sentinel

Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes released some 25-year-old documents from the Liberal, Kans., Police Department this week, and declared they “vindicated” his earlier statements regarding his brief police ...


Salazar Level 4

Salazar’s unfair slam

By The Daily Sentinel

We don’t know if the folks involved with Rep. John Salazar’s re-election campaign are feeling desperate, or simply believe that going negative against an opponent is the way to win votes. Whatever the thinking, it can’t ...


Vote ‘No’ on Proposition 102

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s rare that prosecutors and defense attorneys agree on a proposed legal change that would affect criminal defendants. It’s equally unusual when police chiefs, county sheriffs, victims-rights groups and organizations that ...


Page 200 of 309




TOP JOBS




THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Advertiser Tearsheet
Information

© 2016 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy