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1Q home sales increase; profits decline

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More houses were sold at the beginning of 2011 than at the end of 2010, but the sellers collected less money overall, a report says. Sales jumped by 11.5 percent from the final quarter of last year, from 559 to 623, but the sales in 2010 drew ...


Stricter pit standards may be expanded

By Dennis Webb

State regulators are considering a major expansion of the area covered under a policy designed to reduce the chances of spills from oil and gas pits northwest of Parachute. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is proposing ...


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Mesa County unemployment rate declines for second straight month

By Amy Hamilton

For the second month in a row, Mesa County’s jobless rate in April took a much-needed downward dip. The seasonally adjusted rate for the month came in at 10 percent, an improvement over March’s 10.7 percent unemployment rate. The ...


Blotter, May 21, 2011

By Staff

3 held on meth charges Three people were arrested Thursday on felony drug charges after officers with the Western Colorado Drug Task Force stopped their vehicle on North Avenue and allegedly found them in possession of ...


More school layoffs likely in District 51

By Charles Ashby

School District 51 is expected to announce another round of budget cuts early next week that could involve layoffs. Though information was sketchy Friday, numerous sources told The Daily Sentinel that district officials were informing ...


Work to halt, delay traffic on I-70 next week

By The AP

DENVER — Officials say drivers should expect delays and traffic stops next week on Interstate 70. The Colorado Department of Transportation said traffic will be stopped Monday on I-70 west of Denver so crews can install a fence to catch ...


E-mail letters, May 20, 2011

By Staff

Permitting blocks efforts to develop our resources Basic industry drives the world, drives the economy, creates jobs, creates more jobs, and keeps the country vibrant. I was looking at a small snapshot of new projects around the world and ...


Realtor news for May 22, 2011

By Staff

Heiden Homes Realty and Associates Susan Purvis posted the highest sales volume and Mary Kruse recorded the most new listings in April for Heiden Homes Realty and Associates. Purvis is a Grand Valley resident of more than 25 years and a ...


The West was won without me — with good reason

By Penny Stine

I would have made a lousy pioneer woman. Although I love my garden and enjoy picking something fresh for dinner every night, I also love hot showers and flushing toilets. I’m also not really into getting up at the crack of dawn to go ...


Homes sold May 2-8, 2011

By Staff

ADDRESS – SOLD PRICE – DAYS ON MARKET – TYPE – SQUARE FOOTAGE FRUITA 1257 Claremont Drive $209,900 26 Single Family 2037 116 Elderberry Drive $180,600 59 Single Family 2434 101 Peter Drive $227,000 17 Multi ...


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