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Volt, Cruze lead charge at reconstituted GM

By Staff

Buick has a few pleasant surprises in store for consumers for 2011 in the form of the Buick Regal and the Buick LaCrosse, two sedans that may change the way people think about Buick. The Regal was discontinued in 2004, but has been ...


Realtor News for Oct. 24, 2010

By Staff

BRAY REAL ESTATE Amanda Hill, Broker Associate with Bray Real Estate, has been voted by the Board of Directors for the Grand Junction Area Realtor Association as the 2010 Rookie of the Year.  Amanda has earned this valuable award for her ...


Homes sold Oct. 11-17, 2010

By Staff

NORTH               SOLD PRICE 2412 F Road Unit #6 $450,000 672 Serenity Court $156,000 758 Continental Court $500,000 2559 F 1/2 Road $100,000 2297 Tall Grass Drive Unit 5 $360,080 2297 Tall ...


E-mail letters, Oct. 22, 2010

By Staff

Voters’ memory is short The recent poll about the GOP being better at running our government was disturbing. It shows America’s short-term memory loss, they must be smoking more medicinal pot.  What people are forgetting is ...


Nemnich says he was cut with knife at Benson home

By Paul Shockley

Faced with overwhelming evidence his blood was at the crime scene, accused double murderer Jerry Nemnich told a jury this morning he was assaulted by an unknown person with a knife inside Linda Benson’s apartment in 1975 and stumbled ...


10.24.10 Stages blissfamily

Stages of life bring different housing needs

By Penny Stine

Buying and selling a house can be stressful and the current economic uncertainties may force some people to stay put, even though their housing situation isn’t what they really want or need. The current market offers buyers an ...


BLM ends horse roundup, is cleared to ship them

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management has declared an end to a wild horse roundup between Meeker and Rangely after gathering 73 animals, a little more than half as many animals as it had hoped. The agency has been cleared to send all of them to its ...


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Your garden feeds you so feed your garden

By Special to the Sentinel

The knowledge a soil test provides you as a gardener can make all the difference in the world in your gardening experience. Most of us feed our pets a balanced pet chow. On occasion we sneak them a french fry or piece of roasted chicken but ...


Ahh ... The Irresistible Bath

By Staff

“Basically my wife was immature. I’d be at home in the bath and she’d come in and sink my boats.” Woody Allen Disappointment can quickly set in whether your boat gets sunk or your bathtub doesn’t fit.  To be ...


Death notices: Oct. 21, 2010

By Staff

Angus Frantz, 83, Grand Junction, died Oct., 17, 2010, at La Villa Grande Care Center. No services are planned. Mr. Frantz was a business owner. Survivors include one daughter, Molly Peacock of Grand Junction; and two ...


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