Editorials

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District 51 is on
 a good trajectory

By The Daily Sentinel

Congratulations to the District 51 Board of Education for being recognized as the 2015 Colorado School Board of the Year. The award, given annually by the Colorado Association of School Boards, offers a fresh perspective of the board’s ...


Response to Syrian refugees is troubling

By The Daily Sentinel

The shabby treatment of Japanese-Americans during World War II and the political traction Donald Trump has gained recently by demonizing illegal immigrants have something in common with the groundswell of opposition to allowing Syrian refugees ...


The cost of ‘no’

By The Daily Sentinel

Last week’s launch of the Outdoor Recreation Coaltion couldn’t have come at a better time. No sooner had the new trade group announced its intent to grow the outdoor recreation industry’s $200 million contribution to the ...


End ‘disinvestment’

By The Daily Sentinel

A battle is brewing in Denver over the governor’s $27 billion budget plan, which includes $373 million in spending cuts despite a healthy state economy. This is the state’s “fiscal thicket” in full bloom. Lawmakers ...


Room to improve

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado received an “F” in public access to information by a group that scores state governments on a range of metrics to gauge their overall transparency and accountability. That seems a bit harsh, but the report exposes problem ...


Methane capture rules are good for business

By The Daily Sentinel

Before the state’s Air Quality Control Commission passed a new rule in 2014 aimed at reducing methane leaks associated with oil and gas production, several companies doing business in Colorado had already voluntarily implemented their ...


Thank you, veterans

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s Veterans Day. If you’ve served your country, it’s a good bet you’ll encounter people who would be happy to pick up your lunch tab today by way of thanks. Many of us take time on this day to remember family members ...


A game-changer

By The Daily Sentinel

Something surprising and remarkable — revolutionary, really — just happened in Columbia, Missouri. The University of Missouri football team promised to strike — as in not play — unless the president of the MU system ...


Keystone was just 
political calculus

By The Daily Sentinel

President Obama’s decision to kill the proposed Keystone XL pipeline last week was based on little more than optics. The president admitted as much. Approving the pipeline would have raised questions in the international community about ...


Drilling debate plays out in Battlement Mesa

By The Daily Sentinel

Imagine an energy development company announcing a plan to drill for natural gas on the Redlands with well pads proposed within 700 feet of people’s homes. Mesa County commissioners — citing jobs, ad valorem taxes and the property ...


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