Editorials

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Trail etiquette

By The Daily Sentinel

Mountain bike trail “vandals” come in a variety of hues — from clueless to misguided to malicious. Some are bent on interfering with the lawful enjoyment of public trails, setting up booby traps or obstacles to potentially ...


Retention matters

By The Daily Sentinel

The economic fortunes of this community over the next 10 years may be most affected, not by anything occurring in Trump Tower or Washington D.C., but by a bit of news buried inside Thursday’s Sentinel. The news that significantly more ...


Wait just got longer

By The Daily Sentinel

The budget the Mesa County commissioners are scheduled to approve next week likely includes $1.2 million in new spending for the Sheriff’s Office and about $300,000 more for the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office. The needs ...


Riverfront Trail just keeps getting better

By The Daily Sentinel

Even in a somewhat incomplete state, the Riverfront Trail is a well-used and valuable community asset serving three separate communities. Hopefully, someday it will connect them all seamlessly. Thankfully — and this is the season to ...


The future of coal?

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s way too soon to declare whether a proposed coal gasification plant at the site of an idled mine near Paonia is a good idea, but it’s certainly intriguing. Bowie Resources LLC hasn’t lobbied for approval or initiated a ...


Energy synergy

By The Daily Sentinel

Kudos to the Garfield County commissioners for taking a forward-looking approach to solid waste management that will benefit both energy companies and the public should energy production in the region ramp up again. No one knows when that ...


Happy Thanksgiving

By The Daily Sentinel

On the heels of the most divisive presidential election in our lifetime, the rage this year is offering and receiving advice on how to survive a Thanksgiving meal with loved ones who may not share our political point of view. If this is your ...


A level field?

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado’s Rural Jump-Start Tax Credit Program has helped put Mesa County on the radar of prospective businesses because it’s a limited opportunity. The whole rationale behind making tax breaks available to potential businesses in ...


Another lease sale, another challenge

By The Daily Sentinel

One of the overriding sentiments to emerge from the Thompson Divide controversy is that some places are too special to drill. We’ve heard that particular turn of phrase come into play in conjunction with efforts to protect the Roan ...


A missed opportunity

By The Daily Sentinel

The city clerk’s office is in the process of certifying signatures of voters who want to make recreational and medical marijuana available for purchase in the Grand Junction city limits. Members of the group Grand Junction Cannabis ...


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