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ID criminals among illegal immigrants

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov. Bill Ritter is taking his time — gathering more information from a variety of groups — before deciding whether to have Colorado join a federal program to identify illegal immigrants based on fingerprints recorded upon ...


Good job, Oldo

By The Daily Sentinel

Richard Stieb was probably scared to death when he allegedly pulled a Grand Junction police dog into an irrigation ditch and tried to drown him. Who wouldn’t be frightened with a German shepherd on top of him, biting him, as police ...


Wildlife rules aren’t blocking gas drilling

By The Daily Sentinel

The announcement this week that the state of Colorado has reached agreements with 10 major energy companies operating in the Piceance Basin to protect wildlife habitat on more than 355,000 acres of western Colorado’s landscape is a good ...


A careful reading of latest CSAP scores

By The Daily Sentinel

In perusing the School District 51 scores from the most recent Colorado Student Assessment Program tests, one doesn’t have to read between the lines to spot a few issues. ✔ Students in District 51 are good readers. At every grade ...


Bennet versus Buck

By The Daily Sentinel

Voters will have a clear choice in the U.S. Senate race this fall. On the one side is incumbent Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet, who was appointed to his seat two years ago. President Barack Obama stumped for him, and he worked in Washington ...


Tipton-Salazar redux

By The Daily Sentinel

Scott Tipton demonstrated an important political attribute in his primary election victory over Bob McConnell Tuesday — an ability to garner support from moderate and conservative elements of the Republican Party, and even from tea party ...


Down to the wire in GOP governor’s race

By The Daily Sentinel

The Republican primary election campaign has been such a mess, why should the actual election be any different? So it was that most Coloradans went to bed Tuesday without knowing who won the GOP gubernatorial primary. However, as of 11:30 ...


Ray Scott wins solid victory in District 54

By The Daily Sentinel

Ray Scott concentrated on his business experience and acumen at a time when jobs are of critical importance in House District 54. And that won him a solid victory in the Republican primary election for the District 54 seat Tuesday. Because ...


Military voting and ballot timing

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado Secretary of State Bernie Buescher hopes today’s primary election is the last one to be held in August. If Colorado’s primary election were moved to, say, late June, it would provide sufficient time to comply with the ...


Primary predicament

By The Daily Sentinel

With two days to go until Colorado’s primary election, voters in this state, not to mention candidates, can be forgiven for suffering from PCE — political campaign exhaustion. Pick your race: U.S. Senate for both parties, ...


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