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The Buffaloes head west

By The Daily Sentinel

The University of Colorado Buffaloes utilized their hurry-up offense this week, and with good reason. CU jumped from the Big 12 athletic conference to the Pac- 10, pre-empting the possibility that it could be left without a conference if the ...

Petulance in Palisade

By The Daily Sentinel

The Daily Sentinel has long argued against recall elections for public officials in most circumstances. Recall is a heavy hammer usually brought out to address a few minor problems or public disputes. It should only be employed when there is ...

Safety questions rocked gravel plan

By The Daily Sentinel

Skepticism is always in order when NIMBYism rears its head. No one wants a gas well, garbage dump or gravel pit in his backyard. But we need all of those things in locations that are appropriate. However, just because residents of a certain ...

Primary messages

By The Daily Sentinel

The messages from Tuesday’s primary elections weren’t as clear as some previous primaries, other than the fact that a Y chromosome wasn’t a very useful attribute this week. Women dominated in the primary victories from South ...

Mesa County’s Rx

By The Daily Sentinel

Health care does not operate in a true free-market environment, where price is a primary concern. If your child suffers from a life-threatening disease, you want access to all the best medical services and technology available, and price be ...

Deadly waters

By The Daily Sentinel

What is it about roiling waters that attract people like moths to a flame — too often with fatal results? Whatever it is, it occurs with depressing regularity at this time of year. One man drowned in the potholes of the Little Dolores ...

Deceptive moves

By The Daily Sentinel

A rumor now slashing across the field of major-college athletics is this: If Nebraska abandons the Big 12 for the better money of the Big 10, then Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and — surprise! — Baylor ...

Police chief takes appropriate action

By The Daily Sentinel

The transient population in Grand Junction is, and long has been, a problem that the community has attempted to address in a variety of ways. But the solution absolutely won’t be found in local police officers acting like Depression-era ...

A key connection on Riverfront Trail

By The Daily Sentinel

Nearly 25 years ago, members of what was then called the Grand Junction-Mesa County Riverfront Commission envisioned a trail following the Colorado River that would stretch from De Beque Canyon to the Utah border. Great strides have been made ...

Romanoff’s revelation and Obama’s jobs

By The Daily Sentinel

With apologies to “Casablanca,” we’re shocked — shocked! — to learn what the Obama administration has done. The White House has dangled potential jobs in front of two Democratic candidates for the U.S. Senate ...

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