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Priscilla Studt

By Special to the Sentinel

Where did you grow up? I grew up in Fruita, Colorado with five sisters and one brother. How did you get started in the building industry? I was a Registered Nurse for 20 plus years. My husband (Jeep) started to do major subdivisions in 1996. ...

Real Estate Transactions for the Week of Oct. 27, 2014

By Staff

ADDRESS - SOLD PRICE - DAYS ON MARKET - TYPE - SQUARE FOOTAGE City   481 Niagara Circle         $75,000   44   Single Family   1216 2621 Patterson Road         $128,950 ...

Realtor News for the Week of Nov. 16, 2014

By Special to the Sentinel

Bray Real Estate Tom Kenyon, broker associate with Bray Real Estate was awarded the Bill Good Memorial Award at the Colorado Association of Realtors Convention in Denver, October 20. The Bill Good Award is presented to Realtors who have spent ...


Lots and land available; pay attention to covenants, financing and taxes

By Penny Stine

New home construction has held fairly steady for the last two to three years, although it’s nowhere near what it was when the Grand Valley was booming in 2007 and there were 1,326 building permits issued. The total number of building ...


Senergy Builders

By Special to the Sentinel

Where did you grow up? I was born in Providence Rhode Island and grew up, with my five brothers and sisters,  in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. We lived in a little place called Medford Lakes, had about 1500 people, lots of log cabins, ...

Winter storm warning for Colorado High Country

By The AP

BOULDER — The National Weather Service says up to 20 inches of snow can be expected in the Colorado mountains through Monday. Forecasters warned Sunday there could be considerable blowing snow and hazardous driving conditions in the ...

Human remains in Larimer County identified

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The Larimer County Coroner’s Office has identified human remains found in Livermore as 28-year-old Andrea Bartmess. Bartmess was from the Denver area, but was living in the Fort Collins area. Authorities say the ...

Inmate loses his 3rd appeal in 1988 sexual assault case

By Charles Ashby

A former Delta County man lost yet another attempt to have his 1988 conviction reversed for sexually assaulting three children. The Colorado Court of Appeals ruled last week that Philip Michael Bonan doesn’t deserve a new trial based on ...


Student of the Week, Nov. 24, 2014

By Staff

GPA: 3.87 After-school activities: Tennis, baseball, Running with the Pack, orchestra (cello), work (Texas Roadhouse), International Baccalaureate, and coach volleyball. Favorite book and its author: “The Fighters Mind” by Sam ...


Outlaws host Thanksgiving feast

By Bob Silbernagel

Butch botched the coffee serving. He reached in front of guests and sloshed the liquid into their cups like a campfire cook. He made a hash out of the rules of etiquette for serving at a fancy dinner. The gathering in Brown’s Park in ...

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