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BizBuzz, Jan. 15

By Staff

Las Marias, a popular downtown Mexican eatery that grew a large following in the past year because of its fast, friendly service, handmade tamales, giant breakfast enchiladas and flavorful green chili, has decided to delay building a new ...


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Minimum wage increase in Colorado still leaves some workers short

By Greg Ruland

The 23-cent increase in Colorado’s minimum wage provoked mixed reactions from local business owners and county officials, but did little to close the gap between full-time pay and the cost of living in Mesa County. The raise from $8 to ...


Biz Buzz, Jan. 11, 2015

By Staff

Two local women with a heightened sense of design and a shared passion for fine art are bringing two generations of artists and art lovers together at the city’s latest business to combine artistic creation and adult beverages. Pamela ...


Trampoline park financed with help from 
federal small business lending program

By Greg Ruland

Get Air at the Silo Adventure Center bounced onto the Grand Junction business scene eight months ago with a plan brought to life by local bankers and a federal lending program normally used by residential home buyers. Joe White, a former ...


BizBuzz, Jan. 8

By Staff

Grand Junction Subaru, 2496 U.S. Highway 6&50, is making plans to move to a new location on around 7.5 acres situated at 651 Market Street, north of Regal Cinemas, city officials confirmed Tuesday. Ron Bubar, who owns the dealership, will ...


Biz Briefcase: Accountants host lunch for contractors

By Staff

Accountants host lunch for contractors Western Colorado Contractors Association and Dalby, Wendland & Co. will host a lunch presentation and discussion about key financial issues facing construction companies and contractors starting at ...


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Charter’s email customers
still experiencing problems

By Greg Ruland

For several local customers, Grand Junction’s only cable service provider was late in keeping its promise to resolve lingering problems with email service, and the fix may have created new ones. Charter Communications promised Dec. ...


Biz Buzz, Jan. 4, 2014

By Staff

Two Grand Valley entrepreneurs recently announced they launched new businesses in time for 2015. In the first instance, a 24-year-old Grand Junction native who graduated from Grand Junction High School in 2008 opened ROKbarre, a new exercise ...


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Biz Briefcase: Bank promotes CMU grad to officer

By Staff

Bank promotes CMU grad to officer Amanda Miller was recently promoted to the position of trust officer, Alpine Bank announced Monday. The bank hired Miller in 2007 as a mortgage originator in Montrose. A Colorado native, Miller grew up in ...


BizBuzz, Jan 1, 2015

By Staff

Earlier this year, Rusty Brouse, a Vietnam War veteran and son of Glade Park pioneers, announced he is marketing Alpaca Gold, an organic fertilizer composed of alpaca dung, which has been reported to grow green grass on red sandstone. The ...


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