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Occasions to cut loose plentiful in Grand Valley

By Tess Furey

Mark your calendar for these occasions to eat, drink and cut loose. April 28 to May 1: You can earn your beers by riding in the New Belgium Brewing Fruita Fat Tire Festival, or skip the ride and just enjoy a New Belgium brew and carnival food ...


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Higher sales volume a welcome sign of spring 2011

By Penny Stine

While no one is willing to go out on a limb and say the Grand Junction real estate market has hit the bottom and is now starting to climb, those properties that are priced right are selling, and that’s good news. “There’s a ...


Realtors News for April 24, 2011

By Staff

CHESNICK REALTY, LLC Chesnick Realty, LLC is excited to announce and welcome Chris Young as our newest associate broker. Chris has been in the real estate business for four years. He is a member of the Grand Junction Area Realtor Association ...


Homes sold April 4-10, 2011

By Staff

ADDRESS - SOLD PRICE - DAYS ON MARKET - TYPE - SQUARE FOOTAGE CLIFTON 3284 Shadow Ridge Court $126,000 65 Single Family 1240 COLLBRAN/MESA/MOLINA TBD 48 1/2 Road $709,000 368 Land 0 FRUITA 1312 Powell St. $159,900 117 Single ...


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Officer tells of being fired on by escaped inmate

By Dennis Webb

A Rifle police officer said this morning he was scared for himself, his fellow officers and his community when an escaped Arizona inmate fired several bullets that struck his police vehicle as they exited Interstate 70 in Rifle. But William ...


March Madness finally struck me in April

By Penny Stine

I don’t follow basketball. When March Madness struck and filling out brackets became a national obsession, I gave a bored ho-hum and got back to the business of nurturing my seedlings in the living room. Seriously, what’s ...


Lawmaker to drop proposed spring bear hunt

By The AP

DENVER — A Colorado legislator says he’ll change his bill on hunting bears to drop a provision that would allow killing bears in the spring. Rep. J. Paul Brown of Ignacio told the Durango Herald Thursday that he’ll amend the ...


Rep. Polis to announce Colorado wilderness bill

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado congressman Jared Polis is announcing plans to introduce legislation to designate land in Eagle and Summit counties as federal wilderness. The Democrat is holding a news conference at the state Capitol todat to discuss ...


More crews to help fight Colo. foothills wildfire

By The AP

CONIFER — A wildfire burning in the foothills southwest of Denver that has forced dozens of evacuations didn’t grow much overnight despite strong winds. The fire remained at about 40 acres today and is 20 percent contained. More ...


Serra’s attorney investigated for ethics violations

By William Woody

MONTROSE — The attorney representing former 7th Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra could face disciplinary action for eight alleged violations of professional misconduct. The Colorado Supreme Court’s Office of Attorney ...


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