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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 ...


Real News

By Staff

Heiden Homes Realty and Associates Heiden Homes Realty and Associates is pleased to announce the addition of Realtors Cynthia Castaneda, Brandon Cooper and Charlene Silva. Cynthia has lived in the four corners region all her life. ...


Stine’s Lines: Santa’s here, but what about the cookies?

By Staff

Last weekend, my husband and I took our grandson to see Santa’s arrival downtown. We’d been playing at Lincoln Park for almost an hour before we headed downtown, which meant that Taylor and I were warm and toasty, since he likes to ...


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Design Directions: The perfect closet

By Staff

… is different for everyone.  Women want closets that organize their clothes, shoes, purses, and other accessories to make getting dressed an event rather than a frustrating chore.  Men typically don’t care as much about ...


Transactions: Nov. 10-16, 2009

By Staff

City 360 Franklin Ave. $142,000 324 Hearthstone Court $250,000 Clifton 435 32 Road # 419 $50,000 Collbran, Mesa, Molina 45433 Highway 65 $299,950 Delta TBD Sunrise Lot 24   $64,900 22000 E Road $261,000 582 1600 ...


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Frozen cliffs a welcome sight in Ouray

By Ann Wright

More than 150 shower heads are spraying cliffs of ice into existence in Ouray. “They’re like the shower head you’d have in your shower,” said Erin Eddy, executive director of the Ouray Ice Park, which is tentatively ...


Area births and marriages, through Nov. 30

By Special to the Sentinel

—Births St. Mary’s Hospital: Jeff and Cyndi Haifley, Fruita, twin sons, Nov. 3. Nathan and Natasha Clement, La Sal, Utah, a daughter, Nov. 16. David Adams and Rita Raymond, Grand Junction, a daughter, Nov. 17. Jacob and Angela ...


Santa’s here, but what about the cookies?

By Staff

Last weekend, my husband and I took our grandson to see Santa’s arrival downtown. We’d been playing at Lincoln Park for almost an hour before we headed downtown, which meant that Taylor and I were warm and toasty, since he likes to ...


Twenty years for Logan Lage

By The Daily Sentinel

Logan Lage deserves to spend a long time in prison for his actions that led to the death of an unborn infant two years ago. And he will, thanks to the 20-year sentence given to Lage Friday by Mesa County District Judge Richard Gurley. But ...


Snowy few days on way

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First came the cold — bitter, record cold. Now comes the snow — possibly lots of it for the Grand Valley. The National Weather Service late Sunday night upgraded a winter storm watch to a winter storm warning for Grand Junction, ...


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