Editorials

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Jewell should endorse area sage-grouse efforts

By The Daily Sentinel

Folks in western Colorado should appreciate and even applaud the efforts that led to U.S. Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell being in Colorado Tuesday. She and several other Interior Department honchos joined Gov. John Hickenlooper and local ...


Obama’s NSA curbs 
don’t go far enough

By The Daily Sentinel

President Barack Obama offered up a plate of tepid reforms Friday that could provide some minimal restrictions on how the National Security Agency collects and uses metadata from American citizens. But much more needs to be done if Americans ...


Don’t wager heavily on De Beque Hail Mary

By The Daily Sentinel

The change from the go-fast days of the recent natural gas boom to today is nowhere more apparent than in De Beque. Where once there were proposals for new, energy-related developments seemingly every few weeks, now there is nothing. In the ...


No more treading water on Orchard Mesa Pool

By The Daily Sentinel

A draft agreement that changes some of the operating terms for the Orchard Mesa Community Center pool, but keeps the three-way management system in place, appears to have garnered the support of members of the Grand Junction City Council and ...


Intimidate or elucidate?

By The Daily Sentinel

A state agency on Tuesday said Sen. Mark Udall’s staff did not engage in attempts to intimidate the state’s Division of Insurance last year into changing its report on the numbers of Coloradans who had their health insurance ...


Mike Strang, R.I.P.

By The Daily Sentinel

Mike Strang didn’t serve long as the representative for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, just a single term. But the Carbondale-area Republican made an impact, nonetheless Strang, who died Sunday at the age of 84, was a ...


Bipartisan budget

By The Daily Sentinel

Congress, it appears, is tired of facing a new budget crisis every six weeks or so, and may be ready to adopt a $1 trillion spending bill that will keep government operating through the end of the fiscal year next September and could serve as ...


Printed letters, January 15, 2014

By Staff

This is in reference to Rep. Ray Scott’s recednt op-ed piece, “Western Slope residents must fight Air Quality Control Commission.” Scott urges this action because the rules are based on Denver’s air problems, not ...


A stronger shield 
is a welcome idea

By The Daily Sentinel

Give state Sen. Bernie Herpin of Colorado Springs credit for understanding not just the Second Amendment on guns, but also a critical component of our system of government: A free press, protected from undue influence from prosecutors and ...


Gov. sees potential here, 
but ‘electricity’ missing

By The Daily Sentinel

Grand Junction is listed 19th in a nationwide report of the number of new start-up tech businesses per capita, Gov. John Hickenlooper told The Daily Sentinel’s editorial board Friday, adding, “That’s not a bad place to ...


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