Editorials

Page 4 of 252


Ebola no longer just an African problem

By The Daily Sentinel

The Ebola outbreak killed approximately 4,000 people in west Africa before a Liberian man exhibiting symptoms of the virus was admitted to a Dallas hospital on Sept. 28. Ten days later, when Thomas Eric Duncan became the first person to die ...


Printed Letters: Oct. 15, 2104

By Staff

Voting the status quo won’t result in change Indivdual responsibility is a western value shared by most of us in this area despite our disparate political persuasions. When are we going to start holding our elected officials to this ...


Re-elect Hickenlooper

By The Daily Sentinel

Incumbent Gov. John Hickenlooper has proven that coalition-building can be a highly effective form of leadership. He’s led the state through an impressive economic turnaround while dutifully managing 13 federally declared disasters his ...


Roman for state school board

By The Daily Sentinel

As the 3rd Congressional District representative on the State Board of Education, Grand Junction’s Marcia Neal has nurtured a reputation as a champion of rural schools. Neal, a Republican is seeking a second six-year term on the board, ...


Did the Park Service muzzle free speech?

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado National Monument Superintendent Lisa Eckert continues to abuse the public trust. The most recent example coming while she was attempting to repair a rift with some Glade Park residents over a controversial decision she made to ban ...


Gardner for U.S. Senate

By The Daily Sentinel

Mark Udall is the senior U.S. senator representing Colorado in Congress and we think he’s done a more-than-adequate job providing a moderate voice on a host of issues despite his opponent’s attempt to brand him as a liberal ...


Re-elect Tipton to U.S. House

By The Daily Sentinel

We’ve been a frequent critic of U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, mostly for his refusal to support legislation to make Colorado National Monument a national park. Despite what we consider a failure of leadership, it would be unfair to judge ...


Kennedy for House 55

By The Daily Sentinel

Dan Thurlow’s campaign slogan is “Let’s Do Something Different.” But his mantra of reducing excessive regulation and cutting “waste, fraud and abuse” in government can hardly be considered outside-the-box ...


Webb for House 54

By The Daily Sentinel

Brad Webb isn’t your typical Democrat. In fact, he might be a Republican himself if not for some entrenched GOP positions on social issues that he opposes. “I think we should stay out of the bedroom and the doctor’s ...


Lewis for sheriff

By The Daily Sentinel

Matt Lewis should be the next sheriff of Mesa County. Unfortunately, this relatively simple deduction, based on experience and job readiness, will be lost on those who take issue with the manner in which he appeared on the ballot. Or those ...


Page 4 of 252




TOP JOBS




THE DAILY SENTINEL
734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050
Editions
Subscribe to print edition
E-edition
Advertisers
Sign in to your account
Information

© 2014 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy