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City’s fee action can help construction

By The Daily Sentinel

The decision by Grand Junction planning officials to allow builders to postpone payments on thousands of dollars of city development fees may not be the make-or-break factor for most new construction projects. But it’s not something that ...

Federal fracking legislation unnecessary

By The Daily Sentinel

So let’s see. The Environmental Protection Agency under both a Democratic and a Republican president found no threat to domestic drinking water from the gas industry practice of hydraulic fracturing. Additionally, states already have ...

Local control preserved with Gov. Ritter’s veto

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov. Bill Ritter’s veto Thursday of a firefighters’ collective-bargaining bill will likely cost him some labor union support as he prepares for his 2010 re-election campaign. But that veto will help taxpayers and elected officials ...

One cheer is due for May job figures

By The Daily Sentinel

No one should break out the champagne or start partying like it’s 1999. The U.S. economy is still in a deep recession, a far cry from the heady tech-boom days of a decade ago, or even the economy of two years ago. That was underscored ...

Olive branches and tough talk in Egypt

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama used his own Islamic heritage and American history to reach out to the world’s Muslims during a speech in Cairo Thursday. But, equally important, Obama made it clear the United States remains committed to the fight ...

Rocky Mountain high

By The Daily Sentinel

The good news is Coloradans may not be getting drunk as much as they were a few years ago, according to the latest National Survey on Drug Abuse and Health. In fact, Colorado is the only state that showed a decrease in the percentage of ...

‘Cash for clunkers’ is clunker of a bill

By The Daily Sentinel

The Senate appears poised to pass the so-called “cash-for-clunkers” legislation that is supposed to help get fuel-guzzling vehicles off the road. But it is really more of an additional bailout for domestic auto ...

Tale of two terrorists

By The Daily Sentinel

Two despicable acts of domestic terrorism — murder, actually — occurred in the United States this week. One drew instant and widespread publicity and hand-wringing about violence prompted by religious beliefs. The second attack ...

Prosecute and protect on Valley Investments

By The Daily Sentinel

Valley Mortgage and Valley Investments are under a lot of legal scrutiny these days, and rightfully so. According to local attorney Kirk Rider, who was named receiver for the troubled Grand Junction business, Valley Investments’ losses ...

New process, new player

By The Daily Sentinel

Boston-based General Synfuels International has entered the race to economically produce fuel from oil shale. The firm has announced it will begin doing research on 500 acres of private land in Western Colorado on a new gasification technology ...

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