Editorials

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Henrietta Hay Day

By The Daily Sentinel

From the Better Late Than Never Department: April 24 was officially Henrietta Hay Day in the state of Colorado, recognized by gubernatorial proclamation on the occasion of her 100th birthday. Somehow, this slipped past us, but ...


State has a lot riding on fight over fracking

By The Daily Sentinel

There are several implications from the Colorado Legislature’s failure to find middle ground on proposals for greater local control of the oil and gas industry. Absent a compromise, the issue will likely be decided by voters in ...


No wonder water is such a thorny issue

By The Daily Sentinel

A museum exhibit in Denver acknowledges the simmering tension between the Front Range and the Western Slope over the distribution of water in Colorado. In that regard, it’s hard to get too worked up about History Colorado’s ...


BLM shouldn’t cancel controversial gas leases

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s the tree-huggers vs. the roughnecks. The haves against the have-nots. The NIMBYs against the “drill baby” drillers. Yes, that’s a crass oversimplification of the opposing forces in a battle sparked by gas leases ...


DNA and justice

By The Daily Sentinel

We know from painful local experience that there are Americans languishing in prison for crimes they didn’t commit. How many? Impossible to say because lawmakers have been reluctant to establish commissions tasked with ferreting out ...


How does hospital CEO pay affect care?

By The Daily Sentinel

Nonprofit hospitals have to disclose what they pay their top administrators and surgeons as part of reporting requirements to maintain tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service. The Sentinel’s Dennis Webb looked at the IRS ...


Banned for life

By The Daily Sentinel

This was no slap on the wrist. This was the NBA’s “nuclear” option intended to send a clear message that bigotry has no place in American society, much less the world’s pre-eminent pro basketball league whose teams are ...


‘Facts not in evidence’ stymie park discussion

By The Daily Sentinel

Rep. Scott Tipton recently voiced reservations about a proposed bill to make Colorado National Monument the nation’s 60th national park. His rationale for those reservations is more than a bit disconcerting. Either Tipton doesn’t ...


Lessons of Holocaust can never be forgotten

By The Daily Sentinel

Every year, there are fewer survivors of the Holocaust — the systematic murder of some 6 million European Jews at the hands of the Nazis during World War II. Today, most survivors are in their mid- to late 80s. Because of their age, the ...


Getting a head start on career pathways

By The Daily Sentinel

How many college grads — still saddled with student loans — wish they could have knocked a year off of college before they even graduated from high school? Especially if they could do it for free. That’s the reality for a ...


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