Editorials

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EPA’s methane rule 
is a mixed blessing

By The Daily Sentinel

Energy companies throughout the country will have to restrict methane emissions from any future drilling of oil and gas wells after new regulations the Environmental Protection Agency released Thursday aimed at curbing climate change. The ...


Women in the draft?

By The Daily Sentinel

A California Republican congressman opposed to the Pentagon’s 2015 decision to open all combat jobs to women tried to expose its shortcomings with a proposal to require women to register for the Selective Service in the event of a ...


Governor’s visit shows 
we’re on the right path

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov. John Hickenlooper is a frequent visitor to these parts. He’s no stranger to the challenges we face to grow and diversify our lackluster economy. Two years ago, he met with The Sentinel’s editorial board and observed: ...


Start with a dog park to revive Burkey Park

By The Daily Sentinel

The middle section of the popular dog park at Canyon View Park has been closed since late last summer in an attempt to regrow grass. The closure means that dogs of all sizes share the same space off the leash, which makes some dog owners ...


We need more of what commissioners just did

By Staff

Mesa County commissioners took two actions this week worthy of a pat on the back: They supported a plan to develop the Monument Road corridor and they agreed to sell county-owned property downtown that should help bring high-tech jobs to Grand ...


Call a special session

By The Daily Sentinel

One of the bigger disappointments of the current legislative session, which ends today, is that Senate Republicans dodged taking any action on the contentious hospital provider fee. The House passed two bills, 1420 and 1450, which would have ...


Severance-tax fix gets a complicated wrinkle

By The Daily Sentinel

Earlier this legislative session, lawmakers pondered a bill to prevent severance tax revenues from being used to plug holes in the general fund instead of for their intended use, which is to help local governments mitigate the impacts of ...


A dire warning

By The Daily Sentinel

If you had never heard of Fort McMurray, Alberta, before a massive wildfire throwing off 200-foot flames forced the evacuation of its 88,000 resdients, you’re not alone. It’s far north of Calgary and Edmonton. It’s remote, ...


Why not pot?

By The Daily Sentinel

The Grand Junction City Council’s decision to go after state funds to fight against the illegal marijuana trade makes a compelling argument for authorizing retail sales in the city — or at least giving voters a say in the ...


D51 board tackles 
its credibility gap

By The Daily Sentinel

School District 51 has a credibility problem. That’s an easy, and perhaps obvious, statement to make from the peanut gallery. It’s much more difficult to make it when you’re the school board president. John Williams, a ...


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