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Students cannot be stripped of rights

By The Daily Sentinel

Public-school students in a post-Columbine world don’t surrender their basic constitutional rights when they enter school grounds, the U.S. Supreme Court determined Thursday. In particular, the high court reached the entirely sensible ...

Kittens great news for the missing lynx

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado Division of Wildlife biologists made important and welcome discoveries this spring. They found 10 lynx kittens in dens in the Colorado high country. These were the first lynx kittens found in Colorado since 2006. What’s more, ...

Keep safety plan lean, uncomplicated

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction City Council is considering taking another shot at securing voter approval for new public safety facilities. That’s understandable, because few people would argue that the current crowded and aging facilities that ...

Housing headaches

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s unfortunate — but true — that even the energy industry can’t insulate the local housing economy from problems besetting the rest of the nation. The latest evidence is the drop in building permits for the first ...

Amendment 54 is still bad news

By The Daily Sentinel

Coloradans narrowly approved Amendment 54 during last year’s election, despite objections from this newspaper and many other media and public officials that the restraints it placed on political speech were almost certainly ...

Clunker politics clatter onward

By The Daily Sentinel

As part of the effort to fund military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, Congress wants to pay well-off Americans to buy new trucks and SUVs. How does that relate to war funding? We haven’t the foggiest. We just know the ...

A fingers-crossed budgeting mess

By The Daily Sentinel

When the state Legislature adjourned at the Capitol a month ago, members were hopeful that a series of one-year budget fixes and a potentially improving economy would be enough to keep the budget on track. But that technique — budgeting ...

Energy master plan meets county’s pledge

By The Daily Sentinel

More than two years ago, when the Mesa County commissioners first announced plans to develop an energy master plan, they made it clear they weren’t aiming to add another layer of government regulation to the state and federal rules ...

Congratulations are due to GJHS Academic Team

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction High School Academic Team has made a regular habit, over the past decade and a half, of proving its mettle at regional, state and national competitions that test the participants’ knowledge on a variety of scholastic ...

All of Colorado could lose with change in land-use rules

By The Daily Sentinel

A lobbyist for the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association was speculating a bit a week ago when he told some 300 ranchers gathered in Grand Junction that one of the fundamental laws governing their ability to split and sell their land may face ...

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