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Kerstetter Homes

By Special to the Sentinel

Where did you grow up? I was born in Pennsylvania. My family moved to Delta when I was a kid. I graduated from Delta High School and moved to Grand Junction shortly after and have been here ever since. How did you get started in the building ...

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Denver bank robbery suspect hams it up in mug shot

By The AP

DENVER — A man captured after authorities say he tried to flee a bank robbery in Denver doesn’t seem too upset about his arrest. The mug shot taken after 45-year-old Michael Whitington’s Sept. 23 arrest shows him with a ...


You’ve got to see this at the 2014 Parade of Homes

By Penny Stine

The Housing and Building Association’s Parade of Homes has moved to October this year so it doesn’t conflict with Colorado Mountain Winefest, Fruita Fall Festival or Color Sunday. The mild fall weather makes it a perfect time of ...

Realtor News for Sept. 29, 2014

By Special to the Sentinel

Keller Williams Colorado West Realty Dianne Dinnel with Keller Williams Colorado West Realty, LLC, completed a luxury home marketing training course offered by the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing in Denver, Colo. The course covered topics ...


Real Estate Q & A

By Special to the Sentinel

Dave, A couple of years ago, a family member began suffering with a mental breakdown, which fortunately turned out to be short term.  During that episode, my family member reconnected with an old friend who happened to work in real ...


Elegant and versatile, with a ride second-to-none

By Michael St. Clair

I love my car. People that I know also agree that I love my car.  Sometimes, though, I love my job, too, because sometimes I get to find out what it’s like to drive luxury cars. The 2014 Buick Enclave is pleasant to drive. It has ...

Colorado drops greenhouse pot limit

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado has adopted new rules for marijuana growers to make sure they’re not growing more pot than they can legally sell. The state backed off a divisive proposal to allow indoor warehouses to grow twice as many plants ...


Good enough to eat

By Charles Ashby

A proposed rule that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration was brewing up won’t go into effect thanks to pushback from beer lovers. As part of its effort to update the Food Safety Modernization Act, the FDA was considering placing ...


Years after expedition, Sumner harbored hard feelings toward Powell, glorification

By Bob Silbernagel

When John Sumner learned of John Wesley Powell’s death in 1902 and saw the laudatory stories about Powell, he had to respond. In an Oct. 13, 1902, letter to The Denver Post, Sumner offered his version the 1869 expedition through the ...


CMU music professor publishes his first solo composition for piano

By Melinda Mawdsley

Although Arthur Houle is an acclaimed pianist, sought after clinician and professor of music and director of keyboard studies at Colorado Mesa University, he has had limited opportunities to be a published composer. Until recently, ...

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