Editorials

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Salesman in chief

By The Daily Sentinel

Hearing President Barack Obama talk about the U.S. auto industry Monday was a little like listening to a car salesman talk about a vehicle that’s “just right for you.” You know there are some gems of truth in what the ...


An unsatisfactory resolution to Fine-Gallagher murders

By The Daily Sentinel

Barring some unexpected future revelation — say a newly discovered letter from Stefan Martin-Urban — we will probably never know why Martin-Urban shot and killed Grand Junction dentist Terry Fine and retired teacher Flo Gallagher ...


Bus stop?

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s not hard to understand the frustration of Grand Junction Mayor Gregg Palmer with respect to Grand Valley Transit. Four years after the city asked officials with the local bus service to look at other sources of funding — ...


A severance tax retreat

By The Daily Sentinel

It seems like only yesterday that state and local elected officials of both parties were trying to determine how best to divide up the embarrassment of riches that was coming from the state’s severance tax which was projected to grow ...


Time to eliminate a bad sign law

By The Daily Sentinel

Roland Cole’s sign experience highlights the problems created by the Grand View Homeowner’s Association prohibition on political yard signs. Cole, a candidate for Grand Junction City Council and a resident of Grand View, cannot ...


Obama’s Afghan surge

By The Daily Sentinel

To the dismay of many of his anti-war supporters, President Barack Obama is pushing to increase the U.S. military presence in Afghanistan and boost our assistance to neighboring Pakistan. We’re not eager to see more American men and ...


Dominguez receives legislative thumbs-up

By The Daily Sentinel

After several unsuccessful attempts by supporters to win approval in both houses of Congress, the massive omnibus public lands bill passed the U.S. House of Representatives Wednesday and is on its way to President Barack Obama’s ...


March snow madness returns to metro area

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Valley experienced a modest dose of winter in this first full week of spring. The rest of the state wasn’t so lucky. Thursday’s blizzard pummeled the mountains, creating travel problems from the San Juan Mountains in the ...


Sales are poppin’

By The Daily Sentinel

Tristan Noel said he’s already getting job inquiries from local businesses interested in his sales skills. But at age 12, Tristan will have to wait a few years to follow up on the inquiries. Until then, he can bask in the glory of his ...


Budget climate changes in Congress

By The Daily Sentinel

Budget proposals unveiled by Democrats in Congress this week make some significant changes from the budget President Barack Obama submitted last month. But they still involve record-setting deficits and many of the budget gimmickry that Obama ...


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