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Moving the needle on juvenile pot use

By The Daily Sentinel

Attitudes drive behavior. There are certain things we do — decisions we make — that are shaped by societal norms. Swearing in church is one example. There’s no law against it, but nobody does it. Sometimes attitudes coalesce ...

Federal family fun

By The Daily Sentinel

On Thursday afternoon, senior Interior Department officials gave a briefing in Denver to discuss conservation efforts for the greater sage-grouse. One notable aspect of the meeting was that it was far removed from anyplace where the ...

Remembering 9/11

By The Daily Sentinel

SEPTEMBER 2001 On the lower tip of the island of Manhattan, fires trapped deep beneath the twisted metal girders were still burning. In great cities around the globe, people gathered to express their outrage and their sympathy. Hundreds of ...

How much are we willing to stomach?

By The Daily Sentinel

Ray McDonald, a defensive tackle with the San Francisco 49ers was arrested Aug. 31 on suspicion of domestic violence. But team officials decided to let him play in Sunday’s opener. His arrest came three days after NFL Commissioner Roger ...

C’mon, California

By The Daily Sentinel

What would an election year in Colorado be without water? Nearly every candidate at Saturday’s Club 20 debates had an opportunity to take a position on how water is managed and how to make sure there’s enough of it to serve future ...

A puzzling decision

By The Daily Sentinel

Two Grand Junction police officers who killed a man have been cleared to return to duty. We find this puzzling because the district attorney has yet to determine whether the shooting was justified and lawful under state law. An internal ...

Council makes a good call

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction City Council recently eliminated the possibility that juveniles can be jailed for possessing less than 2 ounces of marijuana. It puts Grand Junction municipal citations in line with state penalties for minors in possession ...

Club 20 debates great for informing voters

By The Daily Sentinel

For a day, Grand Junction will be the center of Colorado’s political universe as candidates flock to Club 20’s annual fall meeting to participate in Saturday’s debates and ingratiate themselves, however briefly, to Western ...

Jihadists inflame 
passion for justice

By The Daily Sentinel

The brutal murder of a second American journalist in Syria by Islamic State extremists stirs powerful emotions. It’s hard not to react viscerally to these sadistic thugs, or as U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) allowed recently, “We ...

How can we create sustainable jobs?

By The Daily Sentinel

If no economy is fully healthy until it recovers the jobs lost during the Great Recession, then Mesa County has a long way to go. Indeed, agencies that monitor workforce trends have spent the better part of 2014 aggregating the economic ...

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