Editorials

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Proud of these ‘allies’

By The Daily Sentinel

In his speech accepting the Republican nomination for president, Donald Trump referenced the nightclub shooting in Orlando, vowing to protect gay Americans from terrorism. Earlier that night, Peter Thiel, the Silicon Valley billionaire, ...


A dubious decision

By The Daily Sentinel

A man accused of pushing a snowboarder off a chairlift in Aspen has been found not guilty by reason of insanity. By contrast, a Colorado jury rejected James Holmes’ insanity defense and convicted him of first-degree murder and attempted ...


‘Uniquely flawed’

By The Daily Sentinel

The challenges for Democrats at their national convention in Philadelphia go well beyond coaxing Bernie Sanders’ supporters to get behind Hillary Clinton. That’s relatively easy given the alternative. The tougher job is getting ...


Changes at Rocky

By The Daily Sentinel

Rocky Mountain Health Plans will continue to operate as the independent Rocky we know, but now with the financial stability that comes from partnering with one of the largest companies in the world. That’s terrific news. By all ...


Crime and politics

By The Daily Sentinel

Where does the toppling of a drug ring fit within the framework of Donald Trump’s fearsome portrayal of a crime-ridden and lawless America? That’s for voters for decide, but we think it’s a win for law enforcement and public ...


Improving our assets

By The Daily Sentinel

The completion of the St. Mary’s Hospital Century Project adds more top-flight specialty medical services to a growing array of treatment options in the Grand Valley. With the completion of two floors in St. Mary’s 12-story tower, ...


Engineering growth at CMU good for area

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s a humorous axiom about engineers that goes something like this: “They solve problems you didn’t know you had in ways you don’t understand.” Some of the same holds true for Colorado Mesa University’s ...


Why the secrecy?

By The Daily Sentinel

Memo to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office: If you want the public’s help identifying a corpse, don’t withhold critical identifying characteristics. Authorities pulled two bodies, both male, from the Colorado River Sunday ...


Council should move quickly on broadband

By The Daily Sentinel

After soliciting a raft of private-sector proposals on how to establish citywide high-speed internet service, Grand Junction City Council members hit the brakes Monday, refusing to commit to a partnership model they chose ...


The divider in chief

By The Daily Sentinel

In his zeal to frame the United States as vulnerable to terrorism, Donald Trump has demagogically chipped away at the pillars of democracy. Due process, the rule of law, equal protection — they’re all obstacles in his promise to ...


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