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General Shale

By Special to the Sentinel

What sets General Shale apart from its competitors? We are really proud of our customer service. Our staff makes each customer our first priority, no matter the size of the project or price point of the materials. Larry Dixon, Robert ...


Geri Robinson

By Special to the Sentinel

1327 Gunsmoke Court Area: Loma List Price: $310,000 Bedrooms: Three Bathrooms: Three Total Square Feet: 2,140 Year Built: 2016 Lot Size: .53 acre Garage: Three Car Attached   This beautiful custom built home sits on a half acre lot in ...


Wide open spaces and a country lifestyle are prominent features in Loma

By Penny Stine

Some people want to live where there’s constant activity, with plenty of entertainment, dining, shopping and other urban amenities, like sidewalks, bike lanes or street lights. Others crave peace and quiet, where the biggest news is a ...


Real estate Q & A

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Dear Dave, I am what many people will call of the ‘Millennial Generation.’ I prefer a minimalist lifestyle and appreciate simplifying things. I have been doing research on ‘Tiny homes’ and am considering pursuing that ...

Real News

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Metro Brokers Grand Junction Metro Brokers Grand Junction, Inc. welcomes, Mindy Timian-Winger, broker of Western Slope Realty! Mindy believes that real estate is her passion. Putting her real estate clients first! She excels in both ...


Nissan’s new full-size Titan debuts strong and smart

By Michael St. Clair

Western Colorado loves its trucks (I’ve seen you, Cabela’s parking lot…). That’s why I was excited to hear about and finally drive the all-new Nissan Titan from Fuoco Nissan. This is the first full-size truck from ...

Man gets at least 15 years in girlfriend’s beating death

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Colorado man who pleaded guilty to killing his Utah girlfriend with a shovel over a mistaken pregnancy when he was 14 was sentenced to prison Monday. Darwin “Christopher” Bagshaw, 18, was sentenced to at ...

Tourists spent $55M near Mesa Verde National Park in 2015

By The AP

CORTEZ — The more than 547,000 people who visited Mesa Verde National Park last year spent $55.4 million in nearby communities. A new report from the National Park Service shows that visitor spending also supported 814 jobs in the ...

What should we be busy about to ‘Shake the Slump”?

By Jim Spehar

It was an interesting start, wasn’t it, the “Shaking the Slump” piece on the front page of Sunday’s Daily Sentinel?”  There’s more to come, we’re told. There’s no doubt what’s behind ...

Printed Letters: April 26, 2016

By Staff

Boycott JUCO until committee apologizes JUCO officials say they want inclusiveness to be a mark of the JUCO games. But when they say “inclusiveness,” what do they mean? Do they mean they want to make everyone, regardless of ...

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