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Email letters, October 6, 2015

By Staff

ALA’s use of the term ‘banned books’ seems a little disingenuous The American Library Association’s use of the term “banned books” seems a little disingenuous. The books listed haven’t been banned in ...


Durango Citadel smooths out rough spots on holiday trips

By Michael St. Clair

Winter is coming. (I know, you’ve heard it before.) You live in Colorado (or are at least visiting), and chances are you have some family in the mountains or on the other side of the mountains, and you’d like to bring your family ...


Real Estate Q&A for Oct. 4, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Dear Dave, I would really like to be able to buy a house this winter or early spring?  However, I don’t have a very good credit score.  Five years ago I had a foreclosure and two years ago I changed careers to get out of the ...

Real estate transactions for the week of Sept. 15, 2015

By Staff

ADDRESS - SOLD PRICE - DAYS ON MARKET - TYPE - SQUARE FOOTAGE City  563 1/2 Garden Cress Court         $160,000   149   Townhome   1142 2117 15th St.           ...


759 36 3/10 Road, Palisade

By Special to the Sentinel

759 36 3/10 Road Area: Palisade List Price: $1,300,000 Bedrooms: Four Bathrooms: Three and one-half Total Square Feet: 4,000 Year Built: 2004 Lot: 5.6 Acres
Garage: Four-Car Attached, 5000 sq. ft. Shop
    This ...


Make time to discover the Parade of Homes

By Staff

The 2015 Housing and Building Association’s Parade of Homes began this weekend and will continue next weekend, as well. If you haven’t been to the parade yet this year, be sure and carve some time out today or next weekend to tour ...


Maves Construction

By Special to the Sentinel

Where did you grow up? My early years were in Wisconsin, but my family moved to Grand Junction when I was 10. I consider the Grand Valley to be my home. How did you get started in the building industry? My father started Maves Construction in ...

Boulder joins cities in suspending panhandling enforcement

By The AP

BOULDER — Boulder is joining the list of cities suspending enforcement of panhandling rules following a federal court ruling. Boulder says its police officers are no longer enforcing its ordinance and that city councilors will consider ...

Aspen investigating stand of dead trees at condo complex

By The AP

ASPEN — Aspen officials are investigating after a stand of cottonwood trees died in a suspicious manner at a condominium complex. The Aspen Daily News reports that the death of nearly a dozen trees is being investigated by the Aspen ...


Police investigate return of Internet gaming cafes

By Greg Ruland

Internet sweepstakes cafes where players wager on the outcome of spinning digital wheels were closed across Colorado last spring after a new law cracked down on illegal gambling, but at least two local cafes are betting they found a way around ...

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