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Change TABOR? Yes

By The Daily Sentinel

For too many Republican lawmakers, the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights is a sacred cow. Few are willing to support any tinkering of the law limiting government growth on fears that doing so leaves them vulnerable to fiscally conservative ...


D51 did best it could given circumstances

By The Daily Sentinel

Yes, parents, we know. Many of us working here at 734 S. 7th St. are parents of elementary school children ourselves. We understand the frustration of piling the kids in the car and creeping over roads coated with black ice only to hear on ...


Legal pot’s future

By The Daily Sentinel

On Tuesday, U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama will begin the process of being confirmed as the next U.S. attorney general amid concerns of a rushed process that won’t result in a proper vetting. The American Civil Liberties Union and ...


A recipe for disaster?

By The Daily Sentinel

Most people agree that Obamacare needs some tweaks. It’s not necessarily a partisan issue, either. There are plenty of Democratic lawmakers ready and willing to work with Republicans to improve the law or replace it with something ...


Thanks, Steve Schultz

By The Daily Sentinel

In putting the needs of School District 51 ahead of his own, Superintendent Steve Schultz leaves behind a legacy of selflessness and continuous improvement while holding down one of the most challenging and important jobs in the ...


House ethics drama

By The Daily Sentinel

House Republicans picked the wrong issue upon which to flex their political muscles. On Monday, the first day of the new Republican-controlled Congress, they voted to rein in the power of the Office of Congressional Ethics. By Tuesday they ...


Thanks to the drivers who kept streets safe

By The Daily Sentinel

These first days of 2017 offer a good time to take a moment and give thanks to those involved in transporting revelers celebrating the eve of the New Year. Together the drivers of the buses, taxis, and the new Uber cars delivered hundreds and ...


Always a Bronco

By The Daily Sentinel

The Monday after the regular NFL season ends has come to be known as “Black Monday” for the coaching purge that takes place among non-contending teams. Who would have guessed that less than a year removed from beating Carolina in ...


Happy New Year!

By The Daily Sentinel

We’ve dared and double-dog dared our civic leaders and elected officials to be bold and decisive and to consider how much power they wield to be a transformational force in this community. That message hasn’t fallen on deaf ears. ...


A unilateral legacy

By The Daily Sentinel

While we don’t necessarily have a problem with President Barack Obama’s designation of Bears Ears in southeastern Utah as a national monument, we don’t much care for the way the president went about it. We don’t blame ...


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