Slow economy hasn’t dried up Mesa County residents’ thirst for coffee

Co-owner Roni Welsh works the drive-up window at Morning Mission Coffee, 502 Hwy 6&50 in Fruita.



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Co-owner Roni Welsh works the drive-up window at Morning Mission Coffee, 502 Hwy 6&50 in Fruita.

The slow economy hasn’t dried up Mesa County residents’ thirst for coffee, according to local shop owners and supply distributors. Some coffee businesses are even expanding. Dan…




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