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Wrecks mar weekend for many

By Staff

Six people, including a Colorado State Patrol trooper, were taken to a Grand Junction hospital after a three-vehicle accident that began with a van trying to make a turn in front of a State Patrol cruiser. Grand Junction Police Department ...

Group will help ongoing Katrina cleanup

By Staff

Once a beach-side vacation spot, Bay St. Louis, Miss., still is cleaning up and rebuilding after the devastation Hurricane Katrina left behind in 2005. The community there has not been forgotten by a Grand Junction church group that will ...

Used-merchandise sellers seeing uptick in business

By Carrie Marfitano

Is your closet full and your wallet empty? Want to update your style on a tight budget? Consignment shops in the Grand Valley have had more customers who are working to cut back on spending and earn extra cash in a struggling ...


Real estate sellers finding local maket difficult

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Cathy Seligman is “strung out,” as the real estate professionals describe it. That means she has bought one house and is still trying to sell her last one. It’s not a comfortable place to be, living in one house and having ...

Real estate buyers need to be cautious of local market

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Janet Grove has a message for Grand Valley real estate sellers: You’re dreaming, and it’s time to wake up. Actually, she’s more diplomatic than that. “I think homeowners here are unrealistic about the true value of ...

HOUSING: Tax credits, rural loans could boost local market

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Things will get better, that’s the mantra in the Grand Valley real estate industry these days. When? Soon. “It’s just going to take a little time,” said Bob Reece of Advanced Title Technology in Grand Junction. ...

Two die in early-morning crash

By Tim Harty

A Parachute man faces vehicular-homicide charges stemming from a two-vehicle accident that killed two people early Saturday morning. Grand Junction police arrested Derrick Maxfield, 20, upon his release Saturday from St. Mary’s ...

Radiation illness screening ends

By Staff

St. Mary’s Hospital has stopped offering a program that helped people with potential radiation exposure find compensation for their related illnesses. The Radiation Exposure Screening and Education Program is funded through federal ...

Sentinel news staffers receive awards

By Staff

Sentinel newsroom staff received eight awards during the Colorado Associated Press Editors and Reporters banquet Friday night in Denver. Photography Editor Christopher Tomlinson won first and second place for news photos of the arrest of a ...


Waldorf-method school tries to expand

By Staff

Organizers of a kindergarten class that includes art and nature-based learning in the curriculum plan to expand enrollment for the 2009-10 school year. The River Canyon School was started last fall by a group of parents looking for a school ...

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