Editorials

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Lost in translation

By The Daily Sentinel

Before the city undertakes a project of any significance, it usually commissions a study from a private consulting group detailing pros and cons, variables, upfront costs, financing mechanisms, the payback period, return on investment and the ...


Scott’s misdirected anger at governor

By The Daily Sentinel

Last year, Sen. Ray Scott, R-Grand Junction, joined forces with Gov. John Hickenlooper and other Democrats to push through legislation aimed at improving rural economies in the state, including Grand Junction’s. Imagine if Scott had ...


Keep your guns, but keep them locked up

By The Daily Sentinel

Despondent people and guns are a poor mix. Unfortunately, stating this obvious fact makes some people nervous that suicide-prevention efforts could be co-opted to advance a gun-control agenda. So we applaud the brave gun shop owners in ...


Change a bad policy

By The Daily Sentinel

The Delta County School District should change its policy governing the distribution of non-curricular materials. As it stands, the district agreed to put some unsavory pamphlets on display in seven schools Friday to avoid a lawsuit from the ...


Printed Letters: April 3, 2016

By Staff

It’s time Tri-State allows for more experimentation Delay as the new weapon of climate change deniers is everywhere: the Congress, the Supreme Court, the Colorado Senate and especially at Tri-State Generation and Transmission ...


Stop wasting time with bills like SB160

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s a maddening quality to legislative tussles over bills that seek to carve out some degree of state authority over federal lands — no matter the practical fix they seem to offer. It’s like the “sovereign ...


State must engage Strive for solution

By The Daily Sentinel

A communication gap is making the fate of the Grand Junction Regional Center more problematic than necessary. The issue has become a knot of bureaucratic red tape as two state agencies, the Legislature and its Joint Budget Committee, Regional ...


Gardner weighs in

By The Daily Sentinel

This year’s presidential primary contests, which have ranged from intemperate to downright nasty at times, have overshadowed bipartisan victories in Congress and revealed a deep dissatisfaction with politics as usual. “To me it ...


Election reforms working just fine

By The Daily Sentinel

The state’s controversial election reforms have worked well on many levels, according to a national study released last week. But that’s not stopping Republican state lawmakers from trying to make some tweaks. Two bills that have ...


Resurrection Sunday

By The Daily Sentinel

Today is the day Christians worldwide celebrate their savior’s triumph over death. The liturgical calendar fits neatly within the changing seasons, providing a perfect metaphor for renewal (at least in the Northern Hemisphere). As we ...


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