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The climate accord

By The Daily Sentinel

It wasn’t that long ago that economic forces aligned more precisely with environmental goals in the fight against climate change. Back in the mid-2000s, when the term “peak oil” was being bandied about, it seemed like ...


You can’t have great schools without tests

By The Daily Sentinel

School District 51 officials can’t tell parents how their children are doing in the classroom if they don’t get a clear and accurate picture. “We can’t get a clear and accurate picture if we don’t have a lot of ...


Delaney Clements: A beacon of hope in a dark world

By The Daily Sentinel

Taylor Swift meet Delaney Clements. With all the chaos in the world — ISIS beheadings, terror attacks, gridlock in Congress, mass shootings on a weekly basis, politicians cynically exploiting people’s fears for political gain and ...


The education fix

By The Daily Sentinel

With the passage of a U.S. Senate bill to fix the federal No Child Left Behind law, we’ve witnessed a rare alignment of educational reforms at the local, state and federal level. Mesa County Valley School District 51 has made two ...


Pot needs a bank

By The Daily Sentinel

The “test kitchen” that is Colorado’s commercial cannabis industry keeps delivering the same half-baked results. Becaus e of federal banking laws, pot businesses can’t deposit their money in banks. Without the ability ...


Calling out Trump

By The Daily Sentinel

Good for Paul Ryan for roundly rejecting Donald Trump’s proposal to ban all Muslim immigrants and tourists from entering the United States. It’s not the first time prominent Republicans have confronted Trump, but until now ...


Under pressure

By The Daily Sentinel

One inescapable conclusion of The Sentinel’s three-part series, “Public lands under pressure” is that the more popular a recreation destination becomes, the more likely public land managers are going to have to take steps to ...


New vision for airport

By Staff

The clouds had parted when the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority selected David Fiore to take over as executive director of the airport. Only a few days previous to that, the FBI had dropped its investigation of fraud allegations at ...


Moving Blagg trial
 a strategic decision

By The Daily Sentinel

In an ideal world, Michael Blagg would be tried and convicted in Mesa County, where the crimes he’s accused of committing occurred. Local prosecutors, however, didn’t oppose a motion by Blagg’s defense team for a change of ...


Fruita has vision
 and a game plan

By The Daily Sentinel

What if you build it and they don’t come? That’s essentially the position the city of Fruita found itself in after spending a good chunk of money developing the 68-acre Greenway Business Park two miles west of town on U.S. Highway ...


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