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Fruita City Manager Mike Bennett gestures toward the area where a 10-foot-wide paved trail will be located in the 68-acre Greenway Business Park. The business park is located south of Highway 6 & 50 in the 16 Road area, and Bennett said that the city is hoping to attract light manufacturing businesses.

Leaders hopeful about Greenway Business Park

A FedEx semi with a triple trailer clips along Colorado’s east-west artery, jockeying with other traffic on Interstate 70 on a recent nippy but sunny afternoon. Farther west are the crimson cliffs of Colorado National Monument, days’ worth of trails off the Kokopelli trail head and the undulating Colorado River, all waiting to be explored.
It’s this combination of easy interstate and railway access in a Wild West setting that Fruita leaders hope can attract some light manufacturing outdoor retailers.

Caerus Oil seizing every opportunity

Caerus Oil and Gas has been living up to its name in Garfield County, acquiring lease acreage and ramping up drilling activity even as other companies have slowed down at a time of low gas prices.



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