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Science is anathema to the far right wing of the GOP

By Denny Herzog

Just when you think those wild and crazy guys and gals who live out in the barren wilderness that is the far right wing of the Republican Party have reached the comedic depths of their zany ideology, they up and outdo themselves yet ...


Slow-flow water accord

By The Daily Sentinel

Wading through the minutiae of water policy, for most people, is a good cure for insomnia. If Green Mountain Reservoir releases X amount of water and Shoshone Power Plant turbines require Y amount ... zzzz. But if you enjoy wading in actual ...


Keystone Pipeline offers ‘shovel-ready’ jobs, advances energy security

By Guest Columnist

By Scott Tipton As elected representatives in our respective nations, we were equally disappointed in the announcement by President Barack Obama’s administration that it would delay a final decision on the Keystone XL oil pipeline until ...


Two cheers due latest job news

By The Daily Sentinel

There was a lot of “on the other hand” equivocating accompanying the latest unemployment and jobs figures that were released by the Labor Department Friday. Even so, the numbers are deserving of some sedate celebration. First, the ...


Printed letters, Jan. 8, 2012

By Staff

While the Mesa Valley Education Association values all that is done on the part of The Daily Sentinel to inform the community and support the students and staff of School District 51, we take exception to a comment stated in the Sentinel ...


Incentivizing health — with or without a mandate

By Guest Columnist

By Michael J. Pramenko With the Supreme Court ruling on the individual mandate scheduled for later this year, some people are wondering if health reform will soon collapse. Regardless of the ruling, economic forces will continue to drive the ...


Area conservative group throws weight behind Santorum

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Former Sen. Rick Santorum, R-Pa., was the clear favorite among local, self-described conservatives in a straw poll. Among the 118 people who attended the Western Slope Conservative Alliance meeting Thursday, Santorum captured nearly half the ...


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Palisade rides press defense to 8th straight win

By Nick Walter

After some lights in Palisade High School’s gym had been turned off Saturday, and when a few groups of people remained, out of the locker room strolled Caden Woods, the man who jolted the Bulldogs’ defense in a 54-30 win over ...


Mavericks have fun again and end three-game skid

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What a relief. That’s how the Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball team felt Saturday night after ending a three-game skid with a 75-50 victory over the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs at Brownson Arena. “When ...


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After long absence, GJ’s Ryan returns to coaching swimmers

By Nick Walter

She left her love for 15 years. Left it to be, of all things, the stereotypical soccer mom — the large van packed with screaming kids, familiarity with almost every youth soccer athlete west of the Rockies, and drives that cover half of ...


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