Editorials

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A bone-headed move

By The Daily Sentinel

Caprock Academy just learned the hard way that blindly enforcing the rules can sometimes create more problems than the rules were intended to prevent. By now, you’ve likely heard the story of Kamryn Renfro, a third-grade student at ...


Finding the edge of edgy

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s an interesting discussion taking place in Fruita about how to market the community to mountain biking enthusiasts, and women riders in particular. The town is evaluating a marketing campaign developed by Cobb Marketing and ...


It’s your right to know what governments do

By The Daily Sentinel

Last week, newspapers across the country observed Sunshine Week, sponsored by the American Society of Newspaper Editors, which promotes the importance of access to public information. Laws that require transparency in government are called ...


JBC plays hopscotch, but we pay the price

By The Daily Sentinel

It was a tough week for the Western Slope in the statehouse. On Tuesday, state economists told lawmakers that Colorado’s sustained economic recovery will generate a surplus of about $257 million during the current fiscal year and more ...


Flaring under fire

By The Daily Sentinel

Energy producers probably aren’t going to like the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to examine policies related to venting and flaring during development of federal oil and gas leases. But we think the agency is on the right ...


Entrepreneurial spirit alive and well in valley

By The Daily Sentinel

America’s great entrepreneurial stories all have a common thread. Individuals believed enough in their product or service or great idea to figure out a way to overcome every obstacle in their path. Entrepreneurs are the soul of free ...


Let the madness begin

By The Daily Sentinel

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament kicks off in earnest today, marking the beginning of the best two days in sports for bracketologists. It’s called March Madness for a reason. You don’t have to be a sports fan or know ...


Good riddance

By The Daily Sentinel

Fred Phelps Sr., the founder of the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kan., is near death. The church has made a name for itself by staging homophobic demonstrations outside the funerals of U.S. military personnel killed in service to their ...


Shoshone critical for future water needs

By The Daily Sentinel

By electrical generation standards, the Shoshone hydroelectric plant, tucked beneath Interstate 70’s elevated westbound lane in Glenwood Canyon, is a small asset in Xcel Energy’s portfolio. It generates 15 megawatts of power and ...


No help for homeless vets

By The Daily Sentinel

One thing appears certain with regard to the Grand Junction City Council’s attitude toward the homeless problem. Council members are more interested in regulating panhandlers than helping homeless veterans get off the streets. On ...


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