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Bids opened for I-70 repairs

By Dennis Webb

The apparent low bidder to repair rockfall damage on Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon has committed to complete the work in 55 days, the Colorado Department of Transportation says. Using emergency contracting procedures, the agency opened ...


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Sound healing massage

By Gretel Daugherty

Masseuse Connie Rose demonstrates sound healing on the Sentinel’s Penny Stine.  ...


Spotlight on the HBA: Lopez Construction & Design

By Staff

Q: Give us a brief description of your business and how you think your business benefits from being a member of the HBA: LC&D: We are a design/build general contracting company.  We specialize in Energy Star high-performance custom ...


Real News for March 14, 2010

By Staff

Cynthia Castaneda closed the most transactions, and Bobby Ulibarri posted the most listings in February for Heiden Homes Realty and Associates. Contact Cynthia at 234-7744 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; ...


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Under Construction: Cabela’s future home undergoes total transformation

By Penny Stine

Cabela’s bills itself as the world’s largest direct marketer of hunting, fishing, camping and other outdoor merchandise. In Western Colorado, where it’s difficult to find someone who doesn’t participate in outdoor ...


Homes sold March 2-9, 2010

By Staff

NORTH Sold Price 2461 F 1/4 Road #322 $139,000 NORTHEAST 522 Placer Drive   $55,000 596 E. Conestoga Unit C   $89,000 3010 Royal Court $208,000 CLIFTON 3295 D 3/4 Road $199,900 DELTA 1521 Yankee Girl ...


More amazing than a UFO sighting: sprouts!

By Penny Stine

Right now, it’s easy to tell the gardeners from those who don’t like perpetually dirty fingernails in the summertime. Fellow gardeners share my excitement over the spinach that poked its first two leaves out of the ground in my ...


Budget cuts loom as lawmakers reach halfway point

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers say they’re making progress on bills to create jobs and increase the use of renewable energy as they near the halfway point of their 120-day session. But House Speaker Terrance Carroll, a Denver ...


Coal Ridge girls lose at state

By Staff

The Coal Ridge High School girls basketball team’s season ended today with a 40-24 loss to Brush in the Class 3A state tournament in Fort Collins. The Titans’ season ended 13-13. Dove Creek lost 51-41 to Idalia in the Class 1A ...


Juby eliminated, Pipher upset in NCAA wrestling

By Allen Gemaehlich

Western State’s Charlie Pipher was upset by Patrick Walsh of Pittsburgh-Johnstown 8-6 in the quarterfinals of the 184-pound division of the NCAA Division II wrestling tournament tonight in Omaha, Neb. Pipher, who wrestled at Hotchkiss ...


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