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Tancredo in Denver court to face lawsuit

By The AP

DENVER — American Constitution Party gubernatorial candidate Tom Tancredo told a Denver judge that his party’s bylaws trumped state law when he got his last-minute nomination in July. The former Republican congressman was ...


Mesa County cuts taxes

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The Mesa County Commission this morning cut the county’s take of the business personal property tax by about $500,000. The idea,  Commission Chairman Craig Meis said, was to help struggling county businesses. “Putting these ...


091210 Truck in the river

Crash sends truck into the Colorado; two men injured

By Melinda Mawdsley

Two men were injured and one vehicle ended up in the Colorado River after a two-vehicle accident Sunday morning on Interstate 70. Just after 8 a.m., Lynn Rich, 45, from White Rock, Utah, was driving a Chevrolet Silverado truck east between ...


Bus pullouts expected to ease traffic congestion

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Mesa County and the city of Grand Junction this week will begin construction on a series of bus pullouts along North Avenue, a project that should improve pedestrian and motorist safety and alleviate traffic delays. Two pullouts will be built ...


091310 Water dogs

Splish splash, they were having a blast

By Melinda Mawdsley

If Soda Pop could imagine her perfect morning, it might look something like Sunday. Warmed by the sun and cooled by 84-degree water, Soda Pop repeatedly leaped into Lincoln Park-Moyer Pool to retrieve a tennis ball, before dog-owner Dave ...


091310 Montrose horse racin

Post time again in Montrose

By William Woody

MONTROSE — A large group of quarter horses, decked out in colorful saddles and masks, mounted with small jockeys dressed in deep blues, reds and yellows, formed a parade line in front of the large grandstand. Auctioneers called out with ...


Parade Preview: Discover what’s new in home design

By Penny Stine

As we grow and change, our housing needs grow and change, too, which is why attending the 2010 Parade of Homes (Sept. 17-19 & 25-26) is a great opportunity to discover what’s new in home design and construction. Want to learn more ...


Divas Cutout

Frame of mind

By Special to the Sentinel

There is no better way of expressing your personality in the home than through what you hang on your walls. To anchor a collection of paintings or photographs on the wall, try unifying the framing. Frames are more popular and less expensive ...


Homes sold Aug. 30-Sept. 6, 2010

By Staff

NORTH               SOLD PRICE 1111 Horizon Drive 302 $170,000 655 Serenity Lane $133,000 OLATHE 7389 6025 Road $165,000 CITY 1351 Ouray Ave. $158,500 2846 Grand Falls Drive   $30,000 516  ...


Realtor news for Sept. 12, 2010

By Staff

Century 21 Homestead Realty Century 21 Homestead Realty would like to congratulate the top seller, Sheila Warner, and top lister, Andy Hughes, for the month of August 2010.  Century 21 Homestead Realty is located at 737 Horizon Dr.  ...


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