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HBA brings economist back

By Special to the Sentinel

Elliot Eisenberg is back in Grand Junction! The Housing & Building Association is proud to bring back national economist, Elliot Eisenberg, PhD. Elliot earned a B.A. in economics with first class honors from McGill University in Montreal, ...


Real Estate Q & A

By Special to the Sentinel

Dear Dave, My wife and I recently sent our son off to college. We are considering investing in a house near the university he is attending. We would like to know your opinion on investing in a property near a university or college. Is it a ...

Real News

By Special to the Sentinel

Metro Brokers Janell Gear of Gear & Associates Realty/Metro Brokers has been awarded the prestigious Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) Designation by the Council of Residential Specialists, the largest not-for-profit affiliate of the ...


Farmhouse offers great value to the right buyer

By Penny Stine

When the Real Estate Weekly staff looks for a unique property to feature in the Sunday paper, we often end up featuring a home that a majority of residents can’t afford. But unique doesn’t have to equate with expensive, as this ...

Real estate transactions for the week of Oct. 18

By Special to the Sentinel

City  125 Franklin Ave.            $62,500   44   Single Family   804 575 28 1/2 Road             $75,000   19   Single Family ...


SHO pours on the performance while it rubs your back

By Michael St. Clair

Many years ago, a gentleman explained to me (because I did the Test Drive), how he managed to meet a young woman because he was driving a Ford Taurus. I relate the story because it would have been even easier with the 2016 Taurus SHO (if the ...

Small earthquake shakes northern Colorado

By The AP

KERSEY — Officials say a small earthquake shook a rural area in northern Colorado. The Greeley Tribune reports that the epicenter of the 3.1 magnitude Sunday morning quake is believed to be about a mile northwest of Kersey. Paul ...

Smell from Boulder marijuana grow draws $14,000 in fines

By The AP

BOULDER — The smell from a Boulder marijuana grow facility has earned the facility’s operator $14,000 in fines. The Daily Camera reports that the Dandelion Grow earned its second odor violation this month, costing the grow $10,000 ...

Utah police officer struck, killed during vehicle pursuit

By The AP

WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — A suburban Salt Lake City police officer was killed Sunday when authorities say he was struck by people fleeing in a stolen vehicle. West Valley City police Officer Cody Brotherson was deploying tire spikes when ...

7 accused of welfare fraud in Leadville area

By The AP

DENVER — Seven people have been charged with welfare fraud in connection with more than $100,000 worth of stolen money and services in the Leadville area. The Denver Post reports that the 5th Judicial District Attorney’s Office ...

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