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The World Outside Your Door

By Staff

Best place to eat when you crave meat Texas Roadhouse 2870 North Ave., Grand Junction (970) 243-5700 READER PICK: Every carnivore loves this restaurant, from the peanuts on the floor to the Hee-Haw posters in the waiting area to those tasty ...


Colo. outfitter, clients fined for illegal hunts

By The AP

DENVER — A Longtime Colorado hunting guide and three out-of-state clients have been fined nearly $40,000 after pleading guilty to illegally hunting deer on the state’s eastern plains. The Colorado Division of Wildlife says ...


Colo. food banks continue to see needs rise

By The AP

DENVER ± Colorado’s five major food banks distributed more than 76 million pounds of food last year and are on pace this year to increase that by 7 to 10 percent. Last year, the food banks saw a 25 percent increase in food given ...


Realtor News

By Staff

Metro Brokers Karie Hill O’Connor of Karie Hill O’Connor & Company/Metro Brokers has been awarded the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation by the Council of Residential Specialists, the largest not-for-profit ...


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A Parade of Homes success

By Penny Stine

The 2010 Parade of Homes has come and gone. While some builders have yet to start building for next year’s event — some have not yet decided if they will enter — there a few builders already in the planning stages for next ...


Real Estate Transactions

By Staff

ADDRESS SOLD PRICE DAYS ON TYPE SF   MARKET CLIFTON 459 Carson Lake Drive $128,900 46 Single family 1,196 545 33 Road $140,000 120 Single family 1,936 3207 White Circle Drive $56,000 127 Single family 1,860 DEBEQUE 4569 W ...


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Holiday break set for roadwork on U.S. Highway 6&50

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Construction along U.S. Highway 6&50 between 24 and 243⁄4 roads will come to a temporary end next week, with work resuming after the holidays. Project spokesman Tom Newland said contractor Lawson Construction decided to give ...


Superintendent: Park status won’t hurt businesses

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Upgrading Colorado National Monument to a national park won’t harm the businesses that sit beneath and will boost them instead, the superintendent of the monument said. Making the 20,000-acre monument a park “would not further ...


Sentencing to be delayed in fraud case

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Philip Rand Lochmiller II, son of the owner of Valley Investments, won’t be sentenced until after his father is tried on multiple charges in connection with the company’s failure. In court documents he signed, the younger ...


Ski patrol at Powderhorn

Skiing is believing: Powderhorn opens Dec. 16

By Amy Hamilton

It won’t be long before snow lovers are pulling on their snow pants and lacing up their snowboarding boots. Powderhorn Ski Resort announced Thursday it will open for the season in less than a month, on Dec. 16. If weather permits (read: ...


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