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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 ...

Hunters don’t cage and maim animals

By The Daily Sentinel

Each year, thousands of Coloradans and out-of-state visitors take to the backcountry of this state in search of large game animals. Working on their own or with responsible outfitters, they often spend hours or even days tracking animals and ...

Parks decisions will 
confront City Council

By The Daily Sentinel

Residents of Grand Junction will have their first formal opportunity today to offer their views on how the Matchett property north of Patterson Road near 28 1/4 Road should be developed as a city park. Those interested should attend the open ...

Elections loom large for 2014 Legislature

By The Daily Sentinel

Election years always make for problematic legislative efforts. With every member of the Colorado House up for re-election (unless he or she is retiring) and roughly half the members of the state Senate, lawmakers are eager to win primary ...

Good riddance, BCS

By The Daily Sentinel

This was written prior to Monday night’s Bowl Championship Series title game between the Florida State Seminoles and the Auburn Tigers. We didn’t know which team would win and whether it would be close or a blowout. The one thing ...

Cautious support 
due waste proposal

By The Daily Sentinel

The Mesa County commissioners’ decision to approve a private company’s plan for an expanded drilling-waste disposal site south of Whitewater may spark some opposition. However, the proposal and the location are reasonable ones, so ...

Latest airport turbulence could have been avoided

By The Daily Sentinel

The Mesa County commissioners have every right to decide who represents the county on the Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority, and to remove those they don’t want representing them. What we object to is the manner and timing of ...

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