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Artist Tony Ortega cancels visit to GJ because of family emergency

By Melinda Mawdsley

Because of a family emergency, Denver artist Tony Ortega will not visit Grand Junction this weekend. Ortega called Sunday to say a severe illness in the family required his attention, said Connie Robbins-Brady, program coordinator for the Art ...

Colorado National Monument generates $26.5 million

By Gary Harmon

A National Park Service report shows that Colorado National Monument drew 545,000 visitors who generated spending of more than $26 million in 2012. The report said says that in Colorado, more than 5.8 million people visited Park Service ...


Not too young to count

By Emily Shockley

Some Grand Valley private schools have seen an uptick in interest following a decision to move the cutoff date for incoming kindergartners to turn 5 before enrolling in local public schools. District 51 School Board members voted unanimously ...

Homes sold Feb. 10-16, 2014

By Staff

ADDRESS - SOLD PRICE - DAYS ON MARKET - TYPE OF PROPERTY - SQUARE FEET City   2650 First St.              $92,000       225   Condo   861 370 Bonny St.    ...


Karie Hill O’Connor

By Staff

How did you get your start in real estate? My mom helped me get started. She has been a Realtor for 32 years and we enjoy working together in real estate transactions. She is an exceptional mentor and mom. What sets you apart from ...

Realtor News for March 2, 2014

By Staff

Metro Brokers Grand Junction Inc. Metro Brokers Grand Junction Inc. celebrated Jan Garber’s 75th birthday on February 20. Jan is a partner/owner of Metro Brokers Grand Junction, Inc. and broker/owner of Jan Garber & Associates, Inc. ...


2014 Home Improvement & Remodeling Expo “Extras”

By Staff

Let the countdown begin!  There are only five more days to go until the debut of the 39th Annual HBA Home Improvement & Remodeling Expo.  Last week I gave a sneak peak of the vendors and this week it’s all about the ...


Custom Home Tour provides ideas for homes

By Penny Stine

Perhaps the calendar says the first day of spring isn’t until March 20, but folks in the Grand Valley know that spring unofficially starts with the HBA’s Home Improvement and Remodeling Expo at Two Rivers Convention Center next ...


Real Estate Q&A

By Special to the Sentinel

Dear Dave,  We purchased our home in 2008, at the peak of the housing market, and have been making our payments each month, but we are nearing the end of our financial rope. We purchased for $223,000 and we still owe $181,000, but ...

Aurora plans to release 6 jail inmates early

By The AP

DENVER — Aurora is planning the early release of six municipal jail inmates on Monday in a move the city blames on the Adams County sheriff. For more than a year, Denver has housed some municipal inmates from Aurora for a fee after ...

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