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Sun may shine brightly on Cameo

By The Daily Sentinel

Sunshine could begin to usurp coal as a producer of electricity at the Cameo Generating Station in De Beque Canyon, and that could end up being a benefit to both the environment and the area’s economy. Xcel Energy, which owns the Cameo ...


Geithner not only leader with taxing questions

By The Daily Sentinel

Timothy Geithner, the man President-elect Barack Obama nominated to be his treasury secretary, is in hot water — and his confirmation hearing has been delayed in the Senate — because he failed to pay Social Security and Medicare ...


Rezoning make sense for grocery complex

By The Daily Sentinel

The rezoning given preliminary approval Tuesday evening for City Market-owned property at the corner of 12th Street and Patterson Road is both expected and long overdue. It is expected because when the City Council approved a growth-plan ...


Tax drive could hurt rural motorists

By The Daily Sentinel

Legislation to provide additional funding for Colorado’s roads and bridges is still being drafted, and all indications are it will include a fee for vehicle-miles traveled. In other words, the more miles you drive, the more you’ll ...


Version 10.3 of governor’s race

By The Daily Sentinel

The anticipated 2010 Colorado gubernatorial race has already gone through a number of iterations. The latest version, officially rolled out during a press conference Tuesday at the state Capitol, pits Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, a ...


Driven to distraction

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s a serious menace on the road, according to safety nannies from Washington, D.C., to Denver. But don’t worry, they’re taking action against the threat. The menace consists of people who talk on their cell phones while ...


Traffic rerouting takes a detour

By The Daily Sentinel

Faced with the choice of dodging a “Road Closed” sign to quickly bypass bridge construction, or taking the seven-mile detour mandated by the city of Grand Junction, it’s hardly surprising that many motorists are choosing ...


Decree of difficulty

By The Daily Sentinel

It has taken an inordinate amount of time to work out a water right for the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park — 75 years if you start counting from 1933, the year the area was designated a national monument by President Herbert ...


Petition fight is only part of battle

By The Daily Sentinel

It will be several days before we know the results of last Friday’s legal confrontation over petitions involving Brady Trucking and its industrial zoning along the riverfront. City Clerk Stephanie Tuin must determine whether Grand ...


The prez says playoff needed

By The Daily Sentinel

Say this much for President-elect Barack Obama: He is not afraid to jump in the middle of a critical, controversial issue and offer his opinion about what should be done. Just last Friday, the day after Florida defeated Oklahoma to claim the ...


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