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Open Houses offer low-pressure opportunity to comparison shop

By Special to the Sentinel

Q: I have a house I am planning to sell this summer. Is it still important to have open houses as part of the strategy for selling a home? A: Open houses have been a staple of the real estate industry for as long as anyone can remember. In ...

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Don’t forget to Stamp Out Hunger

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The National Association of Letter Carriers will have their annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive Saturday, May 14. Postal customers are encouraged to leave non-perishable food and hygiene donations near their mailbox Saturday morning. Bins ...

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When the weather is hot, so is the fishing at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,613 asl                 Water Temperature: 57 – 64 degrees F PAGE, Ariz. – Fishing at Lake Powell coincides with the weather report. Warm and sunny days grouped ...

Hickenlooper to sign school bullying law

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper is hitting the road to sign bills into law, including one that would reduce bullying in Colorado schools. The measure (House Bill 1254) would define bullying, require school districts to develop policies ...

Utah man inks diversion deal in artifacts case

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Federal prosecutors in Utah have agreed to delay prosecuting an 80-year-old Blanding man on charges of theft and trafficking of American Indian artifacts for one year. Harold Lyman was among two dozen people indicted in ...

Colo. congressmen want increased oil production

By The AP

DENVER — Three of Colorado’s Republican representatives in Congress are pushing for the White House to increase domestic oil production to help ease gas prices. The Denver Post reported today that Rep. Cory Gardner has introduced ...

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Help wanted: Trail builders of a bike mind

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When the Bureau of Land Management put the finishing touches on a plan to manage 72,000 acres of public land known as the North Fruita Desert in 2004, one of the document’s highlights called for the creation of 8 1/2 miles of new ...

Rabid bat found in Grand Junction; dog likely exposed

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Mesa County health and animal services officials are reminding residents to avoid stray or wild animals and make sure their pets are up to date on rabies vaccinations after a rabies-positive bat was found in Grand Junction. Additionally, a ...

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Riverside brewery planned

By Amy Hamilton

Plans for a brewery near Grand Junction’s riverfront that have fizzled in the past decade have frothed up again. Owners of Kannah Creek Brewing Company recently gained approval for a conditional-use permit from Grand Junction’s ...

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Early 2011 vacancy rate 6.3 percent in Grand Junction

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Grand Junction’s rental housing vacancy rate fell to 6.3 percent in the first quarter of 2011, indicating the local rental market is getting healthier. The decline marks the fifth consecutive quarter-to-quarter drop since the local ...

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