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Palisade’s Nick Stephanus selected as WSC’s lineman of the year

By Staff

Palisade football Nick Stephanus was one of the biggest and fastest linemen in the Western Slope Conference this past fall. The guard and defensive tackle was recognized for those skills in All-Conference voting as Stephanus was selected ...


Continuing the rivalry: Montrose, Delta meet on court to establish area bragging rights

By Staff

Separated by only 26 miles, Montrose and Delta have always been rivals. Although the two high schools discontinued the football game a few years ago, Montrose and Delta still play each other in most sports. Today marks the annual meeting on ...


Artists, scientists alike seek to understand world

By Gary McCallister

Science is concerned with physical things. Science is born of questions such as: How many are there? Why do apples fall down? How does a falling thing fall? What shape is it? How big is it? How much does it weigh? Why does that object act that ...


Sen. Bennet and health care costs

By The Daily Sentinel

Back in August, when Sen. Michael Bennet visited Grand Junction and met with The Daily Sentinel’s editorial board, he emphasized that rising health care costs could bankrupt middle-class families and seriously harm small businesses. ...


Death of estate tax may be premature

By The AP

If the Senate follows the U.S. House before year’s end, it can remedy a serious problem with the federal estate tax that’s brewing for next year and 2011. Under tax cuts enacted during the Bush administration, the estate tax rate ...


12.6.9 renovation autopay

Renovating old buildings a big challenge

By Penny Stine

Any homeowner who’s ever had to replace a roof, buy a new furnace or replace flooring knows that renovation projects often cost more time and money than the owner anticipates. If that’s true for a 25-year-old home, consider how ...


11.29.9 retail jos clothes

Retail’s changing face

By Penny Stine

The official holiday shopping season has begun, and the retail landscape in the Grand Valley has a few gaps and empty spaces this year. It also has a few new places and plans in place to provide more retail opportunities in the future. Mesa ...


Transactions: Nov. 24-Dec. 1, 2009

By Staff

NORTHEAST 3189.5 Bookcliff Ave. $131,250 660 Country Court $235,000 ORCHARD MESA 260 Village Lane $125,000 1646 Dolores St. $149,500 293 Boston Lane A $150,000 2772 1/2 Grant Court $154,900 FRUITA 417 Virgo Way $109,900 166  ...


Transactions: Nov. 17-23, 2009

By Staff

NORTHEAST 585 Placer St. $176,500 642 Leah Court $177,000 595 Cleveland St. $200,000 ORCHARD MESA 2782 Laguna Drive $164,900 2871 Fall Creek Drive $225,000 329 Pine St. $229,000 FRUITA 1154 E. Carolina Ave. # 2 $116,600 129  ...


11.22.9 8000 extension Beac

Home buyer tax credit extension could spur sales, locals say

By Penny Stine

Sometimes, it takes a little push to make a big financial decision. The $8,000 first-time buyer tax credit pushed quite a few tentative lookers into home ownership and helped stimulate real estate sales at a time when the industry needed all ...


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