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April 27 appointment in a class by itself

By Rock Cesario

I was tremendously honored when asked by Sean Flanigan, assistant professor of low brass at Mesa State College, to speak to both of his History of Popular Music classes. We decided on a date and, since my son Matthew is in the 10 a.m. class, ...


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OutFit: Maxi prints

By Ivy Parnasius

Everyone knows that maxi dresses have been big news for several seasons, and this season is not an exception. These floor sweeping dresses are effortless and ultra comfortable. Solid maxi dresses were predominate last year, but look for ...


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Albertsons’ Monopoly winner in Grand Junction

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Doris Hinkle of Grand Junction could hardly believe it when she placed the final stamp for a $40,000 prize on her Albertsons Monopoly Collect and Win game board. Nobody else could believe it either. Hinkle told her husband who thought she ...


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Knitting store clothes downtown sculptures

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Christina Caspari and Allison Blevins, co-owners of Tangled at 525 Main St., were installing their “Knit on the Corner” temporary art display downtown Friday morning. This is the second year the duo has decorated the “Art ...


Realtors news for May 8, 2011

By Staff

Metro Brokers Metro Brokers is pleased to announce a new office, Metro Brokers Colorado West, 2518 Monument Road, in Grand Junction. Real estate independent Metro Brokers are excited to work hard and smart in today’s challenging ...


Homes sold April 18-24, 2011

By Staff

ADDRESS - SOLD PRICE - DAYS ON MARKET - TYPE - SF CLIFTON 487 1/2 32 Road $279,000 285 Multi Family COLLBRAN/MESA/MOLINA 11311 46 6/10 Road $156,000 147 Single Family 1588 FRUITA 512 Heath Drive $200,000 65 Single Family 1721 1218 Santa ...


5.8.11 Energy Star Maves

Raising the bar

By Penny Stine

Most consumers are familiar with the blue Energy Star label on appliances. Many understand that Energy Star appliances will use less energy and save consumers money over the life of the product. Energy Star was introduced in 1992 to identify ...


Housing discrimination is still a problem

By Staff

Q: Are there any protections against discrimination when buying, selling or renting a home? A: April was Fair Housing Month. It’s a good time to focus on the problem of discrimination in housing rentals and purchases, and to work ...


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Sharing is not always easy when it comes to water

By Special to the Sentinel

It’s not every year that western Colorado has the luxury to procrastinate with irrigation. Maybe in April, but by May it’s almost unheard of. But here we are, almost a month into irrigation season with a snowpack that just ...


Some skills can’t be perfected on a computer

By Penny Stine

I’m an impatient learner. I would love to be able to play the piano, speak fluent Italian or dance like Mikhail Baryshnikov. Unfortunately, I’m not patient enough to actually learn how to play the piano, memorize vocabulary or the ...


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