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Willie Nelson concert rescheduled for Sept. 19

By Staff

The Willie Nelson show, originally scheduled for April 22, at Two Rivers Convention Center, has been rescheduled for 7:30 p.m. Sept. 19. Anyone who has tickets to the original performance will have their tickets honored for the rescheduled ...


Expansion proposed for southern Utah uranium mine

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The proposed expansion of a southern Utah uranium mine is causing concern because of its potential environmental damage. The Bureau of Land Management says public comment is being accepted through June 6 on a plan by ...


Broncos choose Miller with second pick

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — The Denver Broncos will have quite a 1-2 pass-rushing punch as they try to climb back into the playoff picture after a five-year drought. The Broncos selected Texas A&M linebacker Von Miller, the premier pass-rusher in ...


County says Ritz-Carlton in Avon is in foreclosure

By The AP

AVON — The Vail Daily reports that public records show the Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch in Avon is in foreclosure. The newspaper says Eagle County records show the luxury hotel’s owner owes Lehman Brothers $61 million, which could ...


Divas Cutout

May Flowers = Happy

By Special to the Sentinel

FLOWERS = HAPPY. Flowers are the very first thing we give a friend who is ill or just plain woe-be-gone. Their color and flouncy petals make us feel instantly better. Nectar of the gods, flowers are used in perfumes, though largely replaced ...


Real Estate Transactions

By Staff

ADDRESS - SOLD PRICE - DAYS ON MARKET - TYPE - SF CLIFTON 464 Cottonwood Lake Drive $124,630 75 Single Family 1144 3204 Bunting Ave. $114,900 77 Single Family 1650 435 32 Road $50,000 47 Single Family 1404 3281 San Felipe Ave. $100,000 ...


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Northwest: Commercially strong

By Penny Stine

Commercial activity in the northwest area has picked up recently, giving hope to some that the worst days have passed. “In commercial real estate, buyers may have missed the bottom,” said Sam Suplizio with Bray Commercial Real ...


Tuition won’t fund Mesa name change, Foster says

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Tuition and state funds will not pay for Mesa State College’s pending name change, according to Mesa State President Tim Foster. Foster testified Thursday before the Senate Education Committee that other sources, such as rent money the ...


Tillie Bishop honored for his support of ‘refuseniks’

By Paul Shockley

Tillie Bishop, who during his years in the state Legislature led a letter-writing effort to Soviet leaders on behalf of imprisoned Jews and others, will be honored Saturday during a service at Congregation Ohr Shalom. Bishop, a Grand Junction ...


GarCo attracts 200 jobs in energy

By Dennis Webb

A deal with Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc. is bringing a new well-services company and a projected 200 jobs to the Rifle area. Houston-based Bayou Well Services opened a location on U.S. Highway 6 east of Rifle and already hired about 70 ...


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