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Busted Broncs

By The Daily Sentinel

Last year’s Super Bowl drubbing at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks was painful and embarrassing, but the Broncos still had plenty of reasons for optimism headed into this season. They met lofty expectations by getting a bye into the ...


Community’s health hangs on collaboration

By The Daily Sentinel

If you really want to make a dent in health-care costs, you don’t let people get sick in the first place. That’s the crux of preventative medicine and why health insurers emphasize wellness checkups and incentivize healthy outcomes ...


College for free?

By The Daily Sentinel

Before he entered the lame-duck years of his presidency, Barack Obama proclaimed last month that by “any metric” America is better off today than it was when the Great Recession reared its ugly head. He cited more jobs, more ...


The big game

By The Daily Sentinel

Under the old system to determine a national champion in college football, Florida State very likely would have squared off against Alabama in the title game. But, right on cue, both teams lost in the semifinals of the new playoff format, ...


Another typical start

By The Daily Sentinel

On the first day of the 2015 legislative session Wednesday, the Democratic House speaker and the Republican Senate president both called for improvements in workforce development as part of bipartisan platform to promote economic recovery in ...


So long, Steve Acquafresca

By The Daily Sentinel

Former Congressman Scott McInnis begins his term as a Mesa County commissioner next week as Steve Acquafresca completes his second term and bids adieu to public service — at least temporarily. Acquafresca’s tenure came during a ...


Of free speech and extremists

By The Daily Sentinel

Living in a democracy means seeing and hearing things we disagree with. This truth plays out every day, right on this page. Free speech is a hallmark of liberty and the concept is embraced in France just as strongly as it is here. But ...


Energy group wisely welcomes stiffer fines

By The Daily Sentinel

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission’s decision to put more teeth in penalties for violators is good news for everybody, including the energy industry. Perhaps that’s why the Colorado Oil and Gas Association ...


Medical marijuana needs an overhaul

By The Daily Sentinel

Health, both physical and fiscal, is always at the top of everyone’s list of New Year’s resolutions and it appears the Legislature and state officials are no different when it comes to their hopes for the legal marijuana industry ...


Flu seasons means taking precautions

By The Daily Sentinel

A few months back, when a few cases of Ebola surfaced in America, many U.S. public health officials tried to inject some rational thought into a debate that was bordering on hysteria. Americans have a far higher risk of dying from the flu ...


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