Editorials

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Keep roadless plan intact

By The Daily Sentinel

The new mantra of conservation groups that don’t like the Colorado plan to manage some 4 million acres of national forest roadless areas in the state is: Just wait, say until next year, when a new president may issue yet another edict on ...


Schaffer for Senate

By The Daily Sentinel

Coloradans have a clear ideological choice in the race for the U.S. Senate this year between Democrat Mark Udall, currently a congressman representing the state’s 2nd Congressional District, and Republican Bob Schaffer, who formerly ...


Justice for a Bronco?

By The Daily Sentinel

Front Range murders don’t usually provoke a lot of comment from this newspaper. But, when they involve a Denver Bronco, and a very personable one like the late Darrent Williams, that’s of interest to people in every corner of ...


A question of confidence

By The Daily Sentinel

What’s next on the bailout agenda? We sincerely hope it’s a rising level of public and institutional confidence in our financial system. That would do more, at this point, to bail out the economy than anything else. But even if ...


Retain local judges

By The Daily Sentinel

Criminal defense attorneys ganged up on Mesa County District Judge Brian Flynn in surveys conducted through Colorado’s Commissions on Judicial Performance. But we believe Flynn, along with other local judges on the ballot this year, ...


ACORN and Obama

By The Daily Sentinel

ACORN — the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now — is in trouble with elections officials again. Nevada authorities raided ACORN’s Las Vegas office Tuesday. The group is accused of including nonexistent ...


Rowland in District 3

By The Daily Sentinel

Although this newspaper endorsed Janet Rowland’s Republican opponent during the primary election campaign, she wins our endorsement for the general election. First, she offers far more specific ideas on operating county government than ...


More ballot issues

By The Daily Sentinel

Following are The Daily Sentinel’s editorial positions on several state ballot issues: ‘No’ on Amendment 51 Finding ways to provide additional assistance to the devlopmentally disabled is a laudable goal. But raising the ...


Fruita looks to keep long-ago promise

By The Daily Sentinel

We applaud the Fruita City Council for reviving a property tax cut that was promised to its citizens 25 years ago. The council said that on Tuesday it will discuss reducing property taxes for Fruita residents by 10 percent, now that the tax is ...


Buescher in District 55

By The Daily Sentinel

Twice this newspaper has endorsed Democrat Bernie Buescher for state representative from House District 55. We do so once again, enthusiastically, but this time with a few words of caution. Buescher, a longtime civic leader, lawyer and ...


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