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Foreclosure pace easing from a year ago

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After financially troubled homeowners accounted for the second-most foreclosure filings in Mesa County’s history last year, there are signs that the marketplace may be crawling out of its dark hole, or at least not retreating further ...


Daily Sentinel sells its delivery service

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American Courier Corp. has acquired delivery service Sentinel Express from The Daily Sentinel. Aside from the name sewn on the uniforms, little will change about Sentinel Express under the American Courier name. Many Sentinel Express drivers ...


022811 Blockbuster closing

Redlands Blockbuster closing, no longer offering movie rentals

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One of three Blockbuster stores in Grand Junction is planning to close April 10 and has ceased renting movies. The Blockbuster at 2500 Broadway, Suite H, is now only selling the DVDs it once rented. Some shelves are already empty and, like ...


Briefs, March 1, 2011

By Staff

Help offered for teaching teens to drive The Mesa County Health Department, in partnership with the Colorado Department of Transportation, the Grand Junction Police Department and Home Loan Insurance, is offering support for parents or ...


Death Notices, March 1, 2011

By Staff

Mary Lou Bratton, 77, Grand Junction, died Feb. 27, 2011 at her home. Services will take place at 10 a.m. Thursday at Martin Mortuary. Ms. Bratton co-owned Bratton Window & Door. Survivors include three daughters, Polly Parrish and ...


Blotter, Feb. 28, 2011

By Staff

Woman’s body identified The body found Feb. 24 at Affordable Inn, 1480 S. Townsend, in Montrose has been identified as that of 40-year-old Judith R. Keeling of Montrose, according to the Montrose County Coroner’s Office. The ...


Housing Authority expands its help with foreclosures

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Last year, 68 out of 75 foreclosure counselors in Colorado operated in metro Denver or in cities north of the capital. That left seven counselors to handle the rest of the state, with one in Grand Junction and one or two in Durango. A ...


022811 Jamie Derrieux

Full circle: Derrieux happy to be back with Tigers after missing bulk of season

By Patrick Bahr

Jamie Derrieux’s season started out how she hoped, and it’s headed for a good ending, just as she expected. It was the middle 17 games she didn’t see coming. The Grand Junction High School junior guard missed the majority ...


022811 Jeff Hart

Playing with Hart: Mesa State sophomore Jeff Hart evolving as scorer heading into playoffs

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Jeff Hart’s role all season has been one of a defensive stopper on the perimeter. In the past month, though, Hart has become a scorer. It’s not a new role, it’s more of an evolution of his role for the Mesa State College ...


Sports in Brief: Bosman wins race in Leadville

By Staff

College Nordic Skiing Bosman wins race in Leadville Mesa State College skier Brooke Bosman had a big weekend for the Mavericks’ Nordic ski team in a two-day event hosted by the United States Air Force Academy in Leadville. Bosman won ...


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