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Planning for your estate after crisis hits

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

Recently, a couple came to us facing an aggressive, terminal diagnosis for one of them. There is likely little time left. Soon after, a meeting was held at a health care facility to review estate documents with a man hopefully recovering from ...


BizBuzz, July 6, 2017

By Staff

The highly visible restaurant space at 2880 North Ave. — which initially drew attention for the bright orange paint job characteristic to original tenant Hooters, and then transitioned to the neon green color scheme of the short-lived ...


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Innovative line

By Gary Harmon

Boom and bust be darned, Innovative Textiles in Grand Junction is moving ahead with an investment that will increase capacity and keep its 200 employees making braided fishing line praised by anglers, if not by fish. The $3.4 million ...


Marketing: The important base from which to grow your business

By Staff

Q: What’s the difference between marketing vs. public relations vs. advertising? A: You can think of marketing as an umbrella which includes both public relations (PR) and advertising. Marketing is the overall process of raising ...


Biz Buzz: July 2, 2017

By Staff

It’s hard to disagree with a company whose motto is, “The only good mosquito is a dead one.” That’s the philosophy of a new company — Mosquito Squad of the Western Slope — which began treatments last week ...


Biz Buzz: June 29, 2017

By Staff

Grand Junction-based Bonsai Design — whose plans to locate a new company headquarters near Las Colonias Park along the Colorado River are currently being considered by the Grand Junction City Council — continues to rack up the ...


Colorado company to test oil shale tech in Utah

By Gary Harmon

A Grand Junction company has leased more than a square mile of land in Utah in which it will test its plans to collect oil and natural gas from rock heated by microwave technology. Qmast LLC has a three-year exploration and demonstration ...


Biz Buzz, June 25, 2017

By Staff

The complexity of internet technology is getting more staggering by the day, especially for businesses that consistently must service the tech systems they have with an eye to future changes. To meet that incessant demand, Denver-based ...


Who makes final decisions for you?

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

In the last column we explained that a living will is the document that tells health care providers if you want to be removed from life support. This is an important document because, if your wishes are not clear, loved ones and health care ...


Delta cows, June 24, 2017

By Staff

Delta Sales Yard Inc.: Market report for June 22: Top Bulls: $.92 to $.98; Medium Bulls, $.85 to $.92; Young Cows, $.80 to $1.15; Top cows, $.68 to $.80; Medium cows, $.62 to $.67; Low Yielding Cows, $.60-down.  ...


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