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Bankrupt mortuary owes $454,000

By Greg Ruland

The owner of a Grand Junction funeral home has filed for bankruptcy, and the creditors of the business — including 30 people owed about $40,000 in pre-paid funeral services — have until April 7 to object to the owner’s ...


Email letters, February 2, 2015

By Staff

Senior generation must pick up fight for the right to life It appears that the right to death is a hot item these days. Although it would allow for a diversity of ages to tap in to this approach to death I wonder if the elderly are targeted ...


Jury selection in theater shooting going faster than planned

By The AP

CENTENNIAL — The judge overseeing the Colorado theater shooting case says jury selection is going so well that the first phase will be cut short by several days. Judge Carlos A. Samour Jr. had planned to finish giving potential jurors ...


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Award-winning Colorado looks great, and drives great

By Michael St. Clair

With much of the popular focus on big trucks, it’s easy for me to lose sight of some of the ‘small’ pickup trucks that are out there. Thankfully, Motor Trend has better sight than I and noticed the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, ...


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Real Estate Q&A for the Week of February 1, 2015

By Special to the Sentinel

Dave, I have lived in the Grand Valley for the past 9 years and we absolutely love living in Western Colorado.  I currently work in retail, as one of our store managers, but honestly know that if we continue to reside in Grand Junction ...


Real Estate Transactions for Monday, Jan. 13

By Special to the Sentinel

ADDRESS - SOLD PRICE - DAYS ON MARKET - TYPE - SQUARE FOOTAGE City  598 Indian Creek Drive         $99,000   166   Townhome   864 2834 Adrian Court            ...


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Affordable and Efficient Builder 
is happy to be able to finish what he started back in 2008

By Penny Stine

Pear Lane is a quiet little street tucked away off D 1/2 Road. When the original developer brought the subdivision to market in late 2008, he wanted to build affordable homes that were also affordable to own, so the builder, Ron Ashley, made ...


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Sage advice

By Dennis Webb

The West’s “sagebrush sea” has gotten a lot of attention recently for supporting some 350 species of plants and animals, with the future of creatures from mule deer to greater sage-grouse inextricably linked to this habitat ...


Pitkin County acquires Smuggler mining claim assets

By The AP

ASPEN — Aspen and Pitkin County’s open space programs have secured mineral rights beneath the jointly owned Smuggler Mountain Open Space. Representatives submitted a winning bid of $34,000 at an auction in Glenwood ...


State drilling panel reviews proposals as deadline nears

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper’s task force on oil and gas drilling is holding two days of meetings in Denver to discuss its recommendations, which are due in late February. The 21-member task force is scheduled to review ...


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