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Biz Buzz, July 5, 2015

By Staff

Seniors in Mesa County now have a chance to experience the Touch of Care difference in non-medical home care. The family-owned agency expanded last month for the third time in 15 years, this time to a new office at 326 Main St. Founded in ...


Buy now, save later

By Greg Ruland

A local manufacturer of precision tools won exemption from around $25,000 in business personal property taxes this year thanks to a little-used tax incentive program approved by the state in 2012. Lewis Engineering, 2790 H Road, spent close ...


Technology allows for a digital view of pipeline networks, infrastructure

By Greg Ruland

The Cloud fast gathering over the oil and gas industry this year is not the result of prohibited emissions, but rather the brainchild of local pipeline workers who saw a niche and filled it with geospatial intelligence. In this case, the ...

Biz Briefcase: July 1, 2015

By Staff

Pledge for free ice cream Kids can get free ice cream for showing their patriotism this July at Enstrom Candies. Enstrom Candies is kicking off its fifth annual “I Pledge” ice cream promotion. Starting 4 p.m. Friday, children ...

Biz Buzz: July 2, 2015

By Staff

Munro Supply, 735 S. Ninth St. a go-to developer of innovative products that move water, has supplied a variety of industries between Denver and Salt Lake City for the past 50 years. Now it does so now out of newly renovated headquarters. The ...

Biz Buzz, June 28, 2015

By Staff

After two and a half years of valleys, peaks and constant striving, Shabby Chic Boutiques, the little cooperative marketplace that could, will operate in the valley for the last time this week, store owner Teresa Stevens said. Many of the ...


Economic indicators across local industries reveal more of the same

By Greg Ruland

A series of measures of regional economic activity released earlier this month by Mesa County shows that while some arrows are pointing in the right direction, many seem to be pointing to much of the same — a stagnant ...


Six restaurants make up the first class 
of ‘Partners for Food Safety’ with county

By Greg Ruland

Six local restaurants want diners to know they serve the safest, as well as the tastiest, food in Mesa County. They won recognition this week as “Partners for Food Safety,” the first participants in a new county program that ...

Business Buzz, June 25, 2015

By Staff

Unexpected demand for the Bin 707 Foodbar menu has forced the restaurant to change its hours of operation in order to make sure the food and the people who work at the popular Grand Junction restaurant stay fresh. In a scale-back that ...

Business Briefcase, June 25, 2015

By Staff

Armed forces compete at Roadhouse Texas Roadhouse, 2870 North Ave., invites the public to the most official rib-eating challenge in town — no bones about it — at 1 p.m. Saturday. When the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine ...

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