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CP Designs

By Special to the Sentinel

Home Builders Association member, Cindi McMurray, owner of CP Designs has been in business for over 20 years serving Western Colorado and surrounding States.  One year ago in May, Kathleen Cressy joined our team. We are an award winning ...


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New home construction strong in the Redlands

By Penny Stine

The Redlands Mesa Golf Course community is probably one of the oldest developments in the Redlands where there is still new construction activity. Originally developed more than 15 years ago, there has been renewed interest and activity at the ...


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Real Estate Q & A

By Special to the Sentinel

Dear Dave, We are preparing to put our house on the market in the next month or so and I need some advice. I have 2 small children and can you guess where I might be going with this? We need to sell our home, but we also need to still live in ...


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All dressed up and ready to work with Silverado

By Michael St. Clair

When I purchased my current car, I asked that the dealer remove the white dealer decal and replace it with a black one. I was very happy with the service I received and didn’t mind advertising for the dealership, but I wanted something ...


Brush fire on the Redlands

By Gary Harmon

Firefighters are being sent to a brush fire at 1825 Broadway on the Redlands, according to dispatch reports. Numerous outbuildings are in danger from the half-acre fire. Watch for more on this story on GJSentinel.com and The Daily ...


Scenic Rocky Mountain road to reopen to vehicles

By The AP

DENVER — A scenic road that served as the original motor route into Rocky Mountain National Park’s alpine tundra is set to reopen for vehicle use. The Old Fall River Road will open Wednesday. Park officials say drivers can expect ...


Broadband vote set stage for latest gains

By The Daily Sentinel

By authorizing the city to play a greater role in developing broadband services, voters have already moved the needle on establishing greater internet capacity in Grand Junction — even before the city settles on a formal public-private ...


Printed Letters: June 29, 2016

By Staff

It’s not weapons, but evil minds, that kill Since the beginning of recorded time, people have been killing each other in large numbers with a variety of weapons in order to settle conflicts or to deal with dislikes. We can get rid of ...


Buy popcorn

By Staff

If you love drama, you are going to love this election season. There will be something for everyone, maybe even a few zombies and vampires. Last week was a preview of coming attractions. For political theater, nothing can beat the sit-in ...


Grand Junction Rockies recap, June 28, 2016

By Staff

Monday at Brent Brown Ballpark Orem 6, Grand Junction 5 Records Grand Junction 6-5, Orem 8-3 At the plate A ninth-inning rally was the Rockies’ first stretch of sustained offense, with Hunter Melton reaching on an error to start the ...


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