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Your vote will count

By The Daily Sentinel

Despite the Halloween Week scare tactics of some anonymous callers, votes cast in Mesa County this general election will be counted. Mesa County Elections Division officials have spent thousands of hours over the past year to make sure the ...


Stevens’ re-election won’t help the GOP

By The Daily Sentinel

Republicans looking for a reversal of their rapidly declining fortunes won’t get much comfort from the news out of Washington, D.C., Monday. Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens — a fixture on Capitol Hill for 40 years and leader of the GOP ...


Citizens sign up to fight for riverfront

By The Daily Sentinel

Few things tap the emotions of area residents like protecting the Colorado Riverfront corridor, which this community has spent more than 20 years cleaning up. So it is hardly astonishing that, with a few weeks of effort, a number of Grand ...


Redistributed comments

By The Daily Sentinel

In the history of October surprises — those election-changing events that crop up in the final weeks of a presidential campaign — Monday’s revelation about Sen. Barack Obama is not likely to be criticial to the ...


Greenspan in the dock

By The Daily Sentinel

Thursday brought the first of what we expect will be many congressional hearings in which Democrats will, with much hindsight, rake someone over the coals for bringing the economy to its current state of near collapse. It was former Federal ...


The indispensable Mayor Bloomberg

By The Daily Sentinel

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is convinced that the Big Apple will need his financial skill for at least another four years. And so Bloomberg, who would have been term-limited next year, convinced the New York City Council to amend the ...


Rough roads ahead

By The Daily Sentinel

Those who are trying to prepare Colorado’s transportation system, especially its highways, to meet future needs face some formidable obstacles. There are bridges and highways in excess of 70 years old, more than 120 structurally ...


Elway to the rescue?

By The Daily Sentinel

With time running out in the presidential campaign, former Denver Broncos great John Elway came off the bench Friday to try to lead one more victory drive ... Aw heck, you know the football analogy. Finish it yourself. The larger question is ...


Miracle over Kannah Creek

By The Daily Sentinel

There are so many unusual things about the midair collision of two small planes near Kannah Creek Wednesday that both the collision and its results are nearly inexplicable. First, midair collisions most frequently occur within five miles of ...


A judge steps down

By The Daily Sentinel

By most accounts, U.S. District Judge Edward Nottingham was a fair and talented jurist, even if he did occasionally lose his temper at unprepared attorneys. But Nottingham’s personal life was something else entirely, and it ultimately ...


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