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Biz Buzz, Aug. 25, 2016

By Staff

When it opened in February 2014 on Fruita’s main drag, No Coast Sushi offered Lower Valley residents a new, unique alternative to the pizza-and-beer fare that occupied considerable space on the menus in town. It won the New Horizon ...


Trading up and out: City considers foreign trade zone

By Amy Hamilton

An idea to spur economic development in the Grand Valley that first gained momentum a couple years ago is under serious consideration again. The creation of a foreign trade zone, a model that can create cost savings and efficiencies for ...


Biz Buzz: Aug. 21, 2016

By Staff

You could say Tom Quail has closed the gate on the idea of working for someone else. After more than 35 years in the fencing and automated gate industry, Quail this spring launched his own enterprise in Fruita, Altitude Gates and ...


Dave Says: Do you need long-term insurance?

By Staff

Mother is elderly; does she need long-term care insurance? Dear Dave, I’m trying to help my elderly mom with her finances. She has no debt and more than $1 million in assets. There was also another $500,000 trust left for her by my ...


Biz Buzz: Aug. 18, 2016

By Staff

Shoppers at the Grand Junction Farm and Ranch Market at Cross Orchards Historic Farm are happy to find a new source for locally raised meat. Mark and Holly Cremeens, owners of Brand 2S Meat, started selling their grass-finished beef, lamb and ...


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New phase at Moon Farm: Longtime attraction’s current business model includes trendy short-term rent

By Erin McIntyre

When Ella Moon died in 2013, her white and red farmhouse stood empty, and her family wondered what they would do with the place. The matriarch of the Moon family had left a legacy there, built over decades. What started with a treehouse ...


Biz Buzz: Aug. 13, 2016

By Staff

CVS Health, a leading national pharmacy company, had not had a presence in Colorado until this summer, when the company took over 39 pharmacies in Target stores across the state. That includes the Target pharmacy in the Grand Junction store ...


Many are misinformed about how to qualify for Medicaid

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

Last week we explained how the health of a senior is assessed to determine if Medicaid will assist with the costs of long-term care. However, even if the Medicaid applicant’s health requires long-term care, the applicant must also ...


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Short-term stays

By Erin McIntyre

In response to a growing popularity of vacation rentals by owner, some municipalities are adopting stricter rules to minimize the impacts to residents. The town of Palisade’s trustees adopted new policies at their meeting last week, ...


Dave Says: Rental runaround

By Staff

Rental runaround Dear Dave, My husband and I had to rent a car on a recent trip to Florida. When we tried to pay with our debit card, the attendant told us he would have to pull our credit report if we used debit instead of credit. He said ...


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