Editorials

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TSA plan threatens airport growth efforts

By The Daily Sentinel

Local officials are scrambling to react to a plan by the federal Transportation Security Administration to remove one of three baggage-screening units from the Grand Junction Regional Airport. The move could jeopardize local efforts to ...


Happy July Fourth

By The Daily Sentinel

Tomorrow is the 240th anniversary of the day the Continental Congress formally voted for independence. The dangerous work of fomenting a rebellion was the first step in self-determination, which culminated in the ratification of the U.S. ...


Wider shoulders

By The Daily Sentinel

The Colorado Department of Transportation is adding two-foot shoulders to improve safety for cyclists along a dangerous stretch of Highway 340 near the Fruita entrance to Colorado National Monument. Two feet is certainly better than nothing ...


Supreme Court ruling on guns makes sense

By The Daily Sentinel

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday expanded the range of offenders who can be barred from owning a gun to include those convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence in state court. The ruling has implications for Colorado, which is among 34 ...


Broadband vote set stage for latest gains

By The Daily Sentinel

By authorizing the city to play a greater role in developing broadband services, voters have already moved the needle on establishing greater internet capacity in Grand Junction — even before the city settles on a formal public-private ...


Brexit is a lesson 
in informed voting

By The Daily Sentinel

Late-night talk show hosts had some fun with the revelation that the top Google searches in Great Britain after the polls closed on the Brexit vote revolved around the implications of leaving the European Union. Some Britons didn’t even ...


Feeling coal’s pain

By The Daily Sentinel

The newspaper industry and the coal industry have more in common than old age. Both have experienced enormous disruptions from new entrants into their once-safe markets. For newspapers – whose biggest ownership groups have been through ...


Pension problems

By The Daily Sentinel

We don’t pretend to fully understand what it takes to operate a successful pension system, must less than one as big as the Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association. That’s why we hire experts. But when you have what we ...


D51 in hot spot

By The Daily Sentinel

The heat is on the District 51 Board of Education and district administrators — and it has nothing to do with triple-digit temperatures baking the Grand Valley to start the summer. Already confronted with being one of the lowest-funded ...


City strikes sour note with Centennial Band

By The Daily Sentinel

Measuring the value of arts, entertainment and culture to a community isn’t as simple and neat as plugging numbers into a calculator. It isn’t found in a collated report that compiles primary job creation and sales tax revenue to ...


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