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CORA update gets an assist from Scott

By The Daily Sentinel

By the time the state Senate committee chaired by Ray Scott voted Wednesday on a bill intended to modernize the Colorado Open Records Act, it had been amended to the point that it may actually limit disclosure of certain kinds of ...


Aligning values

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado’s biggest political guns are marching to the beat of the same drum, proclaiming the Centennial State is the perfect new location for the massive Outdoor Retailer Show which is leaving Salt Lake City over the extreme stance ...


More confusion from Trump administration

By The Daily Sentinel

Last week, “divergent tones” from President Donald Trump and from his Cabinet officials left Mexican authorities in the uncomfortable position of not knowing who to believe regarding the administration’s stance on immigration ...


A leaky argument 
to contain the press

By The Daily Sentinel

When he was a candidate, Donald Trump loved leaks, going so far as to encourage Russia to hack Hillary Clinton’s email accounts and share the results with the world. Now that he’s president, leaks are very ...


Here’s an easy way to promote a healthier community

By Robin Brown

A few weeks ago, I found myself in a group of 10 climbing up a mountain on skis in Montana. We climbed all day— stopping here and there to catch our breath or to grab a snack or a drink of water. We swapped stories along the way and ...


Airport needs more flexibility on fees

By The Daily Sentinel

The nation’s aging infrastructure is a hot topic in Washington, D.C., as Congress and the president grapple with the best approach to revitalize roads, ports, tunnels, bridges and airports. Do they go all in with $1 trillion in public ...


Something to cheer

By The Daily Sentinel

A tighter inventory of homes for sale — especially those priced below $400,000 — has fueled a surge in new construction here in the Grand Valley. A nine-year high in residential building permits is just one indicator of an ...


A more logical TABOR

By The Daily Sentinel

During his State of the State address last month, Gov. John Hickenloopoer encouraged legislative leaders to bring “the best minds together” to address the state’s budget challenges. Rep. Dan Thurlow, R-Grand Junction, has ...


We don’t have to choose

By The Daily Sentinel

County officials don’t want city voters to approve an events center next month if doing so threatens voter approval of a public safety measure to be decided in the fall. They didn’t say it quite so explicitly, but the message was ...


No conspiracy

By The Daily Sentinel

We’ve been critical of the actions of David Shepard and Bill Marvel, two tenants of the Grand Junction Regional Airport who instigated a federal “whistleblower” case that triggered a wide-ranging probe of possible wrongdoing ...


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