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Why we aren’t likely to endorse Trump or Clinton

By The Daily Sentinel

The Daily Sentinel doesn’t endorse candidates in primary contests, but even after the state’s primary voting concludes on Tuesday, June 28, and the general election showdowns for down-ticket races are known, it’s unlikely ...


Why we aren’t likely to endorse Trump or Clinton

By The Daily Sentinel

The Daily Sentinel doesn’t endorse candidates in primary contests, but even after the state’s primary voting concludes on Tuesday, June 28, and the general election showdowns for down-ticket races are known, it’s unlikely ...


Clinton reinforces value of outdoors

By The Daily Sentinel

With the release of a six-point plan focused on the outdoors, Hillary Clinton has highlighted issues that should resonate in Colorado and throughout the American West while simultaneously charting an expansive course for economic ...


Smart move to leave ‘the hunt in hunting’

By The Daily Sentinel

In adopting a new fair-chase policy, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is trying to stay a step ahead of technology. That’s important for two reasons. The first addresses the ethics of hunting. It’s a longstanding ...


Love thy neighbor

By The Daily Sentinel

The depth of the tragedy surrounding the Orlando nightclub massacre goes beyond the numbers of the dead and wounded. When something like this happens, the reaction is swift. People point fingers in an attempt to establish a cause and effect ...


Initiative No. 78
 is bad for Colorado

By The Daily Sentinel

If Initiative 78 passes this fall, it would end most oil and gas drilling statewide. That’s not an overstated reaction from the oil and gas industry. It’s the conclusion of the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, the ...


A new low point 
in bureaucracy

By The Daily Sentinel

Complaining about bureaucracy is an American tradition from which no government agency — local, state or federal — is immune. But the federal government is racking up an impressive collection of administrative disasters. The ...


That’s a lot of gas

By The Daily Sentinel

The announcement that the Piceance Basin holds significantly more natural gas than previously thought produced cheers from the energy sector Wednesday, but the heady news might come with its own hangover. The U.S. Geological Survey determined ...


The fix forward

By The Daily Sentinel

When a proven innovator like Rocky Mountain Health Plans — with no profit motive driving decision-making — finds it difficult to break even on plans for individuals offered through the health-care exchange, what does it say about ...


Racist meme post calls for resignation

By The Daily Sentinel

Once Linda Sorenson admitted that her Facebook page had not been hacked, she should have done the right thing and resigned her post as Delta County GOP chairwoman. Before meeting Monday with Colorado GOP chairman Steve House, Sorenson had ...


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