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Realtor new s for Monday, Feb. 9

By Special to the Sentinel

Metro Brokers 
Grand Junction, Inc. At the annual meeting of Metro Brokers Inc. held this year at the Sports Authority Field at Mile Hi in Denver, two local members of Metro Brokers Grand Junction, Inc. office received prestigious ...


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Real Esate Q & A

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Dave, We have recently married and are hoping to start a family in the next year or two and want to purchase our first home before having children.  We currently rent, but feel the time is right to begin looking for our first home.  ...


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‘Gift from nature’ eases threat of contaminants in creek

By Dennis Webb

When a Williams pipeline leaked contaminants that reached Parachute Creek in the spring of 2013, the company had “a gift from nature” to thank for the fact that the harm to the creek wasn’t far worse. That’s according ...


Real Estate transactions for the week of Monday, Jan. 20

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City   538 Colorado Ave.        $31,500   40   Single Family   1218 1929 21st St.          $134,000   47   Single Family   1424 521 28 3/4 Road ...


Human bones found near where skull discovered in Utah

By The AP

FRUIT HEIGHTS, Utah — Authorities say human bones have been found in the same area where a skull was discovered in Davis County, but they’re unsure how long the remains had been there. Sheriff’s Sgt. DeeAnn Servey says ...


Eyewitness identification under review in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — A Texas man who spent nearly 20 years in prison after being misidentified by an eyewitness is headlining a Colorado hearing on upgrading witness ID procedures in Colorado. Many states have changed their eyewitness ...


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Student of the Week, Feb. 9, 2015

By Staff

GPA: 3.8 After-school activities: Marching Band, Band Council, and Brass Quintet. Favorite book and its author: “The Great Gatsby” by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Favorite TV show: “Game of Thrones.” Favorite band or ...


District 51 puts later start times on its study table

By Emily Shockley

Pushing back the time school starts each morning, piloting an alternative to the traditional model of grade-level progression and working with local business and workforce agencies to develop apprenticeship opportunities for students are all ...


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Task force collects old cellphones for those who need 911 contact

By Paul Shockley

Broken phones in domestic violence scenarios aren’t anything new. But the proliferation of cellphones has made it that much more common, local experts say. Kathi Raley, victim-witness advocate for the Mesa County District ...


Student Spotlight, Feb. 9, 2015

By Staff

■ Capri Rino of Grand Junction was named to the fall 2014 semester dean’s list at University of Arkansas in Little Rock, Arkansas. ■ Anthony Kellum and Teresa Johnson each received $600 from the scholarship fund established ...


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