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Colorado National Monument: Male hiker who died may have fallen off overlook

By Amy Hamilton

A man whose body was recovered from Colorado National Monument may have fallen from Distant View Overlook sometime Saturday night or early Sunday morning, according to officials at the Colorado National Monument. Mesa County’s Search ...

Sen-elect Cory Gardner announces daughter’s birth

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s newest Senator is welcoming a new addition to his family. Rep. Cory Gardner’s wife Jaime on Sunday gave birth to the couple’s third child. Caitlyn Quinn Gardner was born at Colorado Plains Medical ...

Flu cases on the rise

By Gary Harmon

Nearly 50 people are now being treated for influenza symptoms in Mesa County hospitals, the health department said today. The number — 47 — is up from the previously reported 35 cases. Flu shots, as well as coughing or sneezing ...

Snow creates slick roads around valley

By Mike Wiggins

A winter weather advisory for the Grand Valley has expired and snow has mostly tapered off, but only after a steady snowfall this morning left area roads slick and contributed to several accidents. The National Weather Service reported 1.2 ...

Durango-GJ bus service shut down today and Tuesday

By Staff

A coach bus service that normally runs daily between Grand Junction and Durango has been canceled for today and Tuesday due to mechanical problems, bus service officials announced this morning. Road Runner Stage Lines officials said ...

Search resumes for snowmobiler missing in N. Utah

By The AP

LOGAN, Utah — Authorities have resumed their search for a 48-year-old snowmobiler who’s been missing in northern Utah since Saturday. Cache County sheriff’s Lt. Doyle Peck says the search for Arizona resident Lawrence Orduno ...

Colorado hit by another wave of snow, bitter cold

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado is getting hit by another wave of snow, this time with bitterly cold weather in store. The snow began falling along the Front Range during the morning rush hour Monday, leading to accidents on roads already icy from ...


Tammy Craig

By Special to the Sentinel

816 Shiraz Drive Area: Palisade List Price: $351,000 Bedrooms: Three Bathrooms: Three Total Square Feet: 2,473 Year Built: 2008 Garage: Oversized Two Car   Bold 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom, two story home in fruit and wine county, Palisade. ...


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 ...

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