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Sprouts Farmers Market employee Jessie Hawks takes her lunch break outside this morning under an awning on the building.  “It’s much nicer outside,” she said, despite a steady rain falling across the valley. Her lunch break is in the morning because she started work at 4 a.m.

$14 million case for sinking soil under houses

Homeowners at a golf course subdivision south of Glenwood Springs are waiting to see if a judge upholds jury and arbitrator awards topping $14 million involving defects related to the construction of homes on sinking soils.


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