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Briefs, Sept. 10, 2014

By Staff

Avalon recruiting volunteers
for 2-week grand opening The Avalon Theatre Foundation will host two weeks of grand opening events at the newly remodeled building and is seeking volunteers to help at the events that are designed to bring ...


Jay Fellhauer

By Special to the Sentinel

636 19 1/2 Road Area: Redlands List Price: $895,000 Bedrooms: Four Bathrooms: Three and one-quarter Total Square Feet: 4,676 Year Built: 1976 Lot Size: 7 Acres Garage:  Two-Car Attached, Four-Car Detached plus shop and hay loft horse ...


Conquest Construction

By Special to the Sentinel

Where did you grow up? I was born and raised in a small oil and gas community in Northern British Columbia and moved to Grand Junction in 1998. I am fortunate to have four amazing children- Dylan, Jack, Lizzy and Anna. We spend as much time ...

Transactions for the week of Aug. 18 - 24, 2014

By Special to the Sentinel

City   530 Hale Ave.            $56,171   72   Single Family   1296 2988 Hall Ave.          $120,000   209   Single Family    ...


Two builders offering new homes at Walnut Estates

By Penny Stine

Max Sneddon with Sneddon Built has been building homes in Walnut Estates since 2009. In spite of the poor economy, he built himself out of a job after completing all the homes in the first filing. Fortunately, there’s enough vacant land ...

Realtor News for September 7, 2014

By Special to the Sentinel

REMAX/4000 The March of Dimes is pleased to announce that local REMAX/4000 Realtor Joe Reed has been named the 2014 Volunteer of the Year for the March of Dimes, Colorado/Wyoming Chapter. Joe joined the Western Slope Division Board of ...


Real Estate Q & A

By Special to the Sentinel

Between Jan. 1 and July 31, 2014: •  1536 properties were sold in Mesa County. The median price for those sales was $180,000 which is a 5 percent increase over the same period in 2013. The number of sales is down about 3 percent ...

Email letters, September 10, 2014

By Staff

You Said It blurb provided different conclusions to different people I note with interest those who throw the “hate speech” charge around followed by the “bigoted, intolerant, racist and homophobic” wording when facts ...

$12.5M to repair Amtrak route in Colorado, Kansas

By The AP

PUEBLO — A $12.5 million federal grant will pay for urgent repairs on the route of Amtrak’s Southwest Chief in western Kansas and eastern Colorado, but funding for upgrades in southern Colorado and New Mexico remains ...


As CMU grows, it wants own force; for now, city walks beat

By Amy Hamilton

In the past five years working on the campus of Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction Police officer Pat Richardson has watched buildings rise out of the dirt and the student population double. The campus houses about 2,300 of its 9,300 ...

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