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Bailout muddle

By The Daily Sentinel

Confused about what’s happening with the federal bailout money and how it’s being spent to boost the economy? You’re not alone. In fact, those in charge of the program are displaying a distressing lack of consistency about ...


GAO is right about captive wild horses

By The Daily Sentinel

Wild horse enthusiasts aren’t going to like this, but the Government Accounting Office has reached an obvious and sensible conclusion: The Bureau of Land Management is going to have to euthanize or sell many of the thousands of once-wild ...


Crowded in Clifton

By The Daily Sentinel

Motorists who drive through downtown Clifton on a daily basis — especially during morning and evening rush hours — know it can be a bear turning onto F Road from a side street or accessing one of the numerous businesses that line ...


Thank you, veterans

By The Daily Sentinel

Today is the 90th anniversary of the end of World War I, which for 20 years was known as the War to End All Wars. It is also the day officially set aside to honor America’s military veterans, regardless of the branch of the military they ...


Severance-tax highways

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado voters made it abundantly clear last week they didn’t like either of two measures that would have changed the state’s severance tax. However, with a serious crunch coming in highway funding, the state needs to take ...


Red region in a blue state

By The Daily Sentinel

Welcome to Blue State Colorado, home of the most significant electoral shift in the nation. Sure Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida are bigger, but they always seem to be in play. Colorado has been a predictable red state since World War II ...


An Rx for more losses

By The Daily Sentinel

A few social conservatives have gleaned the same lesson from last week’s Republican election losses that they find every time GOP candidates lose: the candidates weren’t conservative enough. In a news story last Friday, Tony ...


Red region in a blue state

By The Daily Sentinel

Welcome to Blue State Colorado, home of the most significant electoral shift in the nation. Sure Pennsylvania, Ohio and Forida are bigger, but they always seem to be in play. Colorado has been a predictable red state since World War II — ...


Cinema lights dimmed

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s possible, but unlikely, that Grand Junction city officials can find some private organization to run the Avalon Theatre so that it breaks even financially. In the meantime, by making it as difficult as possible for the Cinema at ...


More ballot binges ahead

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s a small comfort, for those of us who believe the state Constitution should not be the playground for every special-interest group or individual with an agenda, to think that Referendum O lost only because it was at the bottom of a ...


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