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Let life serenade you 
with this Loma property

By Penny Stine

If Country Jam has left you with a desire for country living and you’re looking for a home with plenty of land, plenty of room for toys and plenty of room to entertain, then check out our unique property in Loma at 1468 16 Road. This ...


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Real Estate Q & A

By Staff

Between January 1 and May 31, 2016: •  1,217 properties were sold in Mesa County. The median price for those sales was $195,000 which is a 7 percent increase over the same period in 2014. The number of sales is up about 2 percent ...


Real News

By Staff

Heiden Homes Realty Heiden Homes Realty recognizes top agents for May, 2016. Chris Pinson closed the highest dollar volume in sales during May at Heiden Homes Realty and Associates. Pinson tied with Melanie Heiden and Cynthia Castaneda for ...


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Professional, skilled and service-oriented in Montrose

By Michael St. Clair

I went a bit off of my beaten path this week to visit Montrose Ford Lincoln Nissan. I’ll admit that it’s been around a year since I’ve traveled that far south (the last time involved a hot springs which I enjoyed and a ...


Broncos allowed to cancel Sports Authority sponsorship deal

By The AP

DENVER — A federal judge has approved a request from the Denver Broncos to end the team’s $55 million sponsorship contract with the bankrupt Sports Authority. The Denver Post reports the Broncos’ motion to terminate their ...


Motorcyclist dies after colliding with deer in Vail

By The AP

VAIL — A Lakewood man has died after striking a deer while riding his motorcycle in Vail. The Vail Daily reports that emergency personnel had responded to the early Morning crash to find Gary George Stock breathing but unresponsive. The ...


Judge: US agency lacks authority to set rules on fracking

By The AP

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A judge ruled Tuesday that federal regulators lack the authority to set rules for hydraulic fracturing, dealing another setback to the Obama administration’s efforts to tighten how fossil fuels are mined. U.S. ...


Printed Letters: July 22, 2016

By Staff

Justman is committed to community It’s important to look at what a candidate has already given of himself to his community. Knowing a candidate’s history of personal investment and his proven community commitment is a good guide ...


The People vs. the GOP 
on gun control

By Bill Grant

How much carnage, how much blood, how much death must ensue in the United States before Republican legislators will be forced to concede to the necessity of some controls over weapons of mass destruction—including military style ...


City strikes sour note with Centennial Band

By The Daily Sentinel

Measuring the value of arts, entertainment and culture to a community isn’t as simple and neat as plugging numbers into a calculator. It isn’t found in a collated report that compiles primary job creation and sales tax revenue to ...


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