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Real estate transactions for the week of April 23

By Special to the Sentinel

City   2814 N. Niagara Circle         $84,000   400   Single Family   1216 1320 Colorado Ave.          $172,000   49   Single Family    ...


Connie Badini

By Special to the Sentinel

193 River Ridge Open House Sunday 1 pm - 3 pm Area: Orchard Mesa List Price: $499,000 Bedrooms: Four or Five Bathrooms: Three Total Square Feet: 4,200
Lot Size: 105x107 Year Built: 2007 Garage: Three-Car Attached This custom built home ...


Need room for multiple generations? Check out this Whitewater home

By Penny Stine

Those looking for a home that’s got plenty of room inside and out for everyone, including older parents who want to live nearby or other family members who need a helping hand, may want to take a look at this week’s unique property ...


Real Estate Q&A

By Special to the Sentinel

Dear Dave, We are in the process of selling our home and will be purchasing a new one. Right after we listed our property for sale, we received title work from our agent on our home. Can you explain what exactly title work is? We were told ...

Fatal Colorado plane crash blamed on pilots’ actions

By The AP

DENVER — Federal investigators say a plane crash at a Colorado mountain airport in 2014 was likely caused by the pilots’ failure to control the corporate-style jet after an unstabilized approach to landing. The Denver Post reports ...

Victims of Firestone house explosion identified

By The AP

FIRESTONE — Officials in northern Colorado say 42-year-old brothers-in-law were killed in a house explosion in Firestone. The Weld County coroner’s office says Monday’s explosion and fire killed Mark Martinez and Joseph ...

Searchers recover body of man who fell out of a canoe

By The AP

DENVER — Searchers have recovered the body of a 66-year-old Colorado man who drowned after falling out of a canoe on Wellington Lake southwest of Denver. Jefferson County officials say Henry Wendel and his wife fell into the water on ...


Family comes to its own rescue as flames engulf house

By Gabrielle Porter

Mark Lorenzo was roused from his sleep Sunday morning by the sting of smoke and the smell of barbecue. He and girlfriend Kim Thorson were asleep at their Orchard Mesa home when the smoke started creeping in. Lorenzo doesn’t know how ...


Gold ambitions led to marvel of engineering in Dolores Canyon

By BSilbernagel

In May, 1891, Nathaniel Turner — manager of the firm that had recently completed the hanging flume in Dolores Canyon — optimistically told the Grand Junction News that the flume was operating just as intended to mine for ...

April 24-28: This Week In The Legislature

By Staff

DENVER — A major to-do sparked between Republicans who control the Senate and Democrats the House over a bill that would help prevent rural hospitals from seeing cuts in money they receive from the state’s hospital provider fee, a ...

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