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Status quo in residential; commercial projects buoyed local construction

By Penny Stine

On the surface, the local residential real estate industry in 2014 looked a lot like it did in 2013. The total number of residential sales didn’t vary by much, although final numbers that include December sales haven’t been ...


Real estate Q & A

By Special to the Sentinel

Dave, My wife and I are considering a reverse mortgage. We have friends that have taken out a reverse mortgage and it is working well for them, however we are unsure about how it works and feel like it sounds too good to be true. We are both ...

Real Estate Transactions for the week of Dec. 8 - 14

By Special to the Sentinel

City  474 Niagara Circle           $86,500   29   Single Family   1216 830 Fifth St.              $93,500   157   Single Family ...


High Country combines good living with hard work

By Michael St. Clair

I’ll get the joke out of the way first: I’m pretty sure the “High Country” nameplate and trim level on this 2015 Chevy Silverado 2500 has nothing to do with recent changes to the status of certain smokeables in ...

Tunnel will finish 50-mile-long Springs water line

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Workers are drilling a mile-long tunnel south of Colorado Springs for the last section of a 50-mile water pipeline. The Colorado Springs Gazette reported Sunday the tunnel is 85 feet below the surface and will cross ...

Expansion in the works for Lyons’ small library

By The AP

LONGMONT — A new tax-funded district is gearing up to expand Lyons’ town-run library. The Longmont Times-Call reported Sunday the Lyons Regional Library District could hire a director and begin planning for a new building in ...


Student of the Week, Dec. 29, 2014

By Staff

GPA: 4.1458 After-school activities: Tennis, REC (Recreation, Ecology and Conservation) Club, National Honor Society, and Student Senate. Favorite book and its author: “Inferno” by Dan Brown. Favorite TV show: “Big Bang ...

Student Spotlight, Dec. 29, 2014

By Staff

■ Area students were among the nearly 1,500 graduates who received degrees Dec. 19–20 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln: Amanda Ann Castle of Olathe, College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, bachelor’s ...

Blotter, Dec. 29, 2014

By Staff

Heavy equipment stolen A motivated thief with a hankering for heavy equipment stole a Bobcat skid steer from fenced property at Vista Paving, 778 Valley Court, sometime from Dec. 19 to 
Dec. 23, according to the Grand Junction Police ...


Fire Station 4 to be relocated

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction firefighters want to respond faster when residents dial 911. To that end, the Grand Junction Fire Department is following up on recommendations from a 2008 study that showed the Grand Junction area needed some of its current ...

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