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Clyfford Still museum opening to public

By The AP

DENVER — Art followers are gathering for the grand opening of the Clyfford Still Museum. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock will be on hand when the doors of the new museum are opened to the public on Friday. The museum was financed after ...


Palisade retracts administrator job offer, will wait a month

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The Palisade Town Board will withdraw its town administrator job offer to interim Administrator Rich Sales and wait a month before extending the offer again in order to comply with a state law. During a special meeting Wednesday afternoon, ...


11.20.11 remodel after back

Historic remodel

By Penny Stine

When Doug Simons, Jr. moved back to Grand Junction after a stint on the Front Range during college and a few post-college years in LoDo, which refers to Denver’s lower downtown historic district, he hoped to recapture some of that spirit ...


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Brush up on color

By Special to the Sentinel

Super Natural Neutral is anything but middle of the road. It takes as much courage to remain neutral as it does to break away from the pack with color. If you’ve chosen a neutral palette it doesn’t mean that you have limited your ...


Homes sold for November 14-20, 2011

By Staff

ADDRESS-SOLD PRICE-DAYS ON MARKET-TYPE-SQUARE FOOTAGE CLIFTON 477 Gentle Winds Court $117,500 56 Single Family 1374 3203 Nolene Court $147,500 101 Single Family 1596 582 1/2 31 3/4 Road $76,000 87 Single Family 952 3205 Mesa ...


Realtor news

By Staff

Prestige Realty, llc welcomes Denise Henning GRI as a real estate broker and office marketing director. Denise combines a unique set of skill sets, business and marketing experience, vast community knowledge, and Graduate Realtor Institute ...


Board hopeful bike race bid will be chosen

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Members of a local committee have “a fair amount of optimism” they’ll be able to bring a stage of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge to the Grand Valley in 2012, committee member John Hopkins told Mesa County commissioners ...


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Grand Junction fugitive still on the run

By Paul Shockley

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department on Thursday said it will reconsider future business with a private prisoner-transport company whose staff apparently was outwitted at a Kansas gas station by a handcuffed and shackled man sitting in ...


Hotchkiss one win from hosting state championship game

By Nick Walter

Since week one, during conditioning drills, Hotchkiss High School football coach Zac Lemon has told his players to work as though they’re preparing for the state championship. “If we’re fortunate,” Lemon told them, ...


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Despite size, Palisade OL not intimidated by foes

By Nick Walter

Thumps of dribbling basketballs from the nearby gym drown out hallway chatter. In the nearby training room, a few Palisade girls basketball players are getting ankles taped. Students shuffle down the hallways as school comes to a close ...


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