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Redlands residential activity heats up, 
commercial activity cools

By Penny Stine

Housing is coming back in a big way in the Redlands, with plenty of new construction at Redlands Mesa Golf Course, as well as two ongoing projects near Tiara Rado and a brand new subdivision getting ready for construction near South Rim off 23 ...


3581 G Road, Palisade

By Special to the Sentinel

3581 G Road Area: Palisade Price: $600,000 Bedrooms: Three (main house), One (studio/loft/barn) Baths: One and three-quarter (main), One and one-half (loft) Square Feet: 1,456 (main), 1,776 (loft) Year Built: 1908 (main), 2006 (loft) Lot ...


Robert Stone Inc.

By Staff

What do you do? Well, we are a stone shop that fabricates countertops (our main stream of revenue), fireplace surrounds, outdoor kitchens, full slab showers, furniture pieces, and custom stonework. We work with all natural stones such as ...

UPDATE: Colorado Springs police: Missing mother, daughter found

By The AP

UPDATE: COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Police in Colorado Springs say a woman and her toddler reported missing by family have been found safe. The Gazette reported that the mother of 25-year-old Tayler Nicole Goodboe reported them ...

Man drowns in tubing accident near Pueblo

By The AP

DENVER — A man drowned following a tubing accident on the Arkansas River near Pueblo on Sunday, and a search has been called off for a man missing after falling off his inner tube in rapids on the South Platte River. Police say the man ...

Man drowns in Fryingpan River after falling from kayak

By The AP

BASALT — Authorities are warning of high water levels after a man died when he fell from an inflatable kayak on the Fryingpan River in Basalt. The Aspen Times reports that witnesses saw the victim’s unoccupied kayak float past a ...

Legislative scorecards do matter, study says

By Charles Ashby

It’s not uncommon for state legislators to find themselves ranked by one special-interest group or another based on how they vote during a legislative session. And while scorecards those groups produce are essentially useless to the ...


Father’s Day is a time for play

By Amy Hamilton

Mother’s Day seems to get all the attention, but plenty of dads are just as deserving of heaps of credit. A number of papas were celebrating their day with their children at Canyon View Park’s new playground on Sunday. They ...

Judge backs panhandlers in lawsuit against city

By Amy Hamilton

The latest ruling by a judge in a lawsuit against Grand Junction’s anti-panhandling ordinance usually is a “death knell” for cases that deal with First Amendment rights, according to the American Civil Liberties Union. Mark ...


Irrigation project ‘rolled’ on, even in face of obstacles

By Bob Silbernagel

“Newspapers produce the first rough draft of history.” — Philip Graham People pushing for construction of a dam in De Beque Canyon and the accompanying Government Highline Canal had overcome a variety of obstacles — ...

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