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Real estate agents and affiliates donate to the Big Give at Christmas and work with dozens of other

By Penny Stine

As independent contractors, real estate agents have a little more flexibility in their schedule than a person who is required to be in an office from 8 to 5 p.m. every day. That flexibility, along with a strong sense of community, makes ...

Real estate transactions for the week of Nov 22.

By Special to the Sentinel

City 1520 N. 20th St.              $146,000   57   Single Family   1432 2810 1/2 Bookcliff Ave.          $155,000   54   Single Family ...


Sure-footed and powerful, Charger has modern muscle

By Michael St. Clair

There’s something robust about the Dodge Chargers and their coupe counterparts, the Challengers, that I love. I’ve been fortunate enough to drive multiple versions of the vehicles at different times of the year, from the literally ...

Colorado man arrested in Arizona after meth found in vehicle

By The AP

HOLBROOK, Ariz. — A Colorado man has been arrested in eastern Arizona after authorities say they found 5 ½ pounds of methamphetamine in his vehicle. Navajo County Sheriff’s officials say 27-year-old Ivan Gamez Sierras, of ...

Easy-to-grow catnip for felines

By Charlé Thibodeau

Taking some time to deleaf the long catnip stems that had been drying for the past few weeks, I knew it would not be long before I was joined by my feline friends. Sure enough, within a few minutes, here came two of the cats. The grumpy girl ...

Email Letters: December 12, 2016

By Staff

Convention center isn’t what Grand Junction needs The Sentinel has endorsed the proposal by the Grand Junction City Council to build a convention center that will bring a NBA D-League basketball team and an East Coast hockey team to ...


Math and Science Center founder builds exhibits for new location

By Katie Langford

At 86 years old, John McConnell still has a knack for turning simple science into an adventure. On a recent afternoon, McConnell showed how vacuum pressure can be demonstrated on a marshmallow. It grows bigger and bigger, and then deflates in ...

Lawsuit to free electors to be heard Monday

By The AP

DENVER — A judge will hear arguments in a lawsuit by two Colorado electors challenging the requirement that they vote for the state winner of the presidential election. The two Democratic electors want to be freed of the requirement ...

Colorado’s water plan: A year of strong progress

By Guest Columnist

By James Eklund and Russ George One year ago, Gov. Hickenlooper presented Colorado’s Water Plan, the result of unprecedented statewide collaboration over 2½ years to ensure sufficient water supplies to keep our cities, farms and ...

Arizona, Colorado governors headline Las Vegas water summit

By The AP

LAS VEGAS — The governors of Arizona and Colorado are set to headline a Las Vegas summit focusing on water issues. The summit sponsored by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Israel-America Chamber of Commerce will feature Colorado ...

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