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Realtor news for Monday, April 6

By Special to the Sentinel

Keller Williams Colorado West Realty Keller Williams Colorado West Realty would like to announce their 2014 award winners. The following agents were recently honored and recognized for their outstanding achievements at the annual Keller ...


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Real Estate Q & A

By Special to the Sentinel

Dave, A very good friend of mine is doing some remodeling in their home, on their own, to get it ready for sale and I believe they are making some serious mistakes. I see her regularly and she has given me regular updates on their progress and ...


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Smart, stylish Ford Explorer provides thoughtful design

By Michael St. Clair

In a happy medium between function and style, there’s few vehicles that pull it off better than the 2015 Ford Explorer Sport I drove from Western Slope Auto. I say that like it’s a compromise, but really it’s a synthesis, ...


Supermax prison gang leader on trial in Denver

By The AP

DENVER — An alleged prison gang leader is going on trial Monday in Denver, accused of killing the former leader of the Mexican Mafia, a Hispanic prison gang, at the Colorado’s federal supermax prison. Silvestre ...


St. Mary’s gets $1 million anonymously

By Gary Harmon

An anonymous donor gave St. Mary’s Hospital $1 million, the hospital announced today. There were no condition on the donation, so a committee of the St. Mary’s Foundation’s board of trustees will determine how to ...


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Begging the question

By Amy Hamilton

The city of Grand Junction has paid more than $100,000 in legal fees for a panhandling ordinance that has never been enforced. Grand Junction city councilors approved an ordinance in February 2014 aimed at curbing what they deemed as ...


Officials say anti-gay cake refusal did not violate rights

By The AP

DENVER — A Castle Rock religious leader said he plans to appeal after the Colorado Civil Rights Division rejected his arguments that a bakery discriminated against his religion when it refused to make a cake with a gay slur. The ...


Colorado distributes cold case playing cards

By The AP

FRISCO — The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is distributing playing cards with photos of unsolved homicide victims featured on the face, hoping to get people to help solve cold cases by providing a few details with each case and a ...


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Student of the Week, April 6, 2015

By Staff

GPA: 3.82 After-school activities: Theater, choir and National Honor Society. Favorite book and its author: “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” by Jonathan Safran Foer. Favorite TV show: “Grey’s ...


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Sexual assault conviction tossed

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger said he’ll likely seek an appeal to the state’s high court after the Colorado Court of Appeals last week ordered a new trial for a Mesa County man convicted of sexually assaulting a ...


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