Editorials

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Credibility in the courts

By The Daily Sentinel

When a judge limits public access to criminal court proceedings — especially those involving the slaying of a deputy — the reason needs to be airtight. Such was not the case in District Judge Richard Gurley’s decision to ...


Rain barrels and runoff

By The Daily Sentinel

When a gully washer hits the Grand Valley, acres of pavement, street gutters, driveways and rooftops exacerbate runoff, which overwhelms our inadequate drainage infrastructure. Rainfall that might have been absorbed by the ground is channeled ...


Center may change, but it should remain

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s no doubt that the services provided by the Grand Junction Regional Center could be delivered more cheaply. But deconstructing how to do so without negatively impacting the center’s clientele is a vexing question unlikely to ...


Study makes a good case for events center

By The Daily Sentinel

Grand Junction City Council members have a feasibility study in hand suggesting that renovating Two Rivers Convention Center as part of a $62 million project to build a downtown events center would be a worthwhile investment. The study, by ...


Scalia’s successor

By The Daily Sentinel

Not every Republican lawmaker is on board with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s assertion that President Barack Obama shouldn’t put forth a nominee to replace Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme Court. “Both sides ...


Bettering broadband

By The Daily Sentinel

One of Gov. John Hickenlooper’s more quotable remarks from his State of the State address last month was that government agencies would press forward to bring broadband “to every corner and corral” in Colorado. While the ...


If there’s a next time

By The Daily Sentinel

For the first time since 2011 there will be no USA Pro Challenge bicycle race in Colorado. Grand Junction never found out it if it had secured the chance to host the start of the professional tour before organizers called it off last weeek ...


Supporting Geer’s family

By The Daily Sentinel

Deputy Derek Geer’s family, friends and fraternity of fellow law enforcement officials laid him to rest Monday, but fundraising efforts continue for his widow and children. The Sentinel’s Melinda Mawdsley provided an overview of ...


We can be heroes

By The Daily Sentinel

Today is Valentine’s Day — the day when depictions of the heart as a symbol of romantic love will be at their zenith. Heart-shaped boxes of candy, heart-shaped jewelry and hearts on cards and in floral arrangements will all be part ...


Einstein was right

By The Daily Sentinel

On Thursday scientists announced they’ve discovered evidence of gravitational waves, confirming the existence of black holes and a phenomenon that Albert Einstein predicted a century ago as an extension of his theory of general ...


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