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Biz Buzz, Nov. 15, 2015

By Staff

Karen Moore’s decision to close the Interiors Etc. showroom at 602 Main St. had repercussions for many loyal customers, but the move also led to a positive shift in focus for a Grand Junction native who provided her expert picture ...


Group looking to grow outdoor industry’s $200M contribution to local economy

By Greg Ruland

A physically fit, standing room-only crowd of more than 100 enterprising recreationists — drawn by free food, free beer and a desire to display their economic muscle — gathered at a downtown hotel last week to launch the Outdoor ...


Owner to close unique-auto museum

By Greg Ruland

A Grand Valley landmark that raised thousands of dollars for local causes while entertaining soldiers, athletes and the city’s most ardent Downton Abbey fans is closing — a decision that surprised some and saddened other community ...

BizBuzz, Nov. 13

By Staff

A trio of experienced stylists with loyal customers likely to follow their lead combined resources last week to launch a new enterprise founded on the power of three. Sarah Leary, Stacy Siegrist and Michelle O’Donnel have known each ...

Biz Briefcase, Nov. 12

By Staff

Realtor with 25 years experience joins Cedar Creek Realty Experienced Grand Valley Realtor Craig Young has joined the team at Cedar Creek Realty & Property Management, 2800 North Ave., as an associate broker, the brokerage announced ...

Reasons why you don’t need a trust for your estate plan

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

Before addressing (in the coming weeks) reasons people may want a trust, we want to address some reasons that most people do not need a trust. People are sometimes told to have a trust to avoid the cost of probate. In most cases, we disagree. ...


Intellectually disabled couple’s transaction with car dealer evolves into teachable moment

By Greg Ruland

An Orchard Mesa car dealership transformed a tense confrontation into a teachable moment last week, when it helped an intellectually disabled couple in their 60s keep the first car they ever bought. Tom and Mary Jordan’s car-buying ...

Biz Buzz: Nov. 8, 2015

By Staff

A gourmet chef and entrepreneur known for his jarred cheesecakes and pop-up summer restaurants announced last week his Colorado-style southern chow chow, a type of pickled relish, won top honors in a contest sponsored by a national culinary ...

Biz Briefcase, Nov. 5

By Staff

Red rock resort tops in world, 
Condé Nast readers say Gateway Canyons Resort & Spa, a luxury, world class destination about an hour outside of Grand Junction, was named by readers of Condé Nast Traveler to its list ...

New DDA director wants to ‘get things done,’ drawing on a long project list

By Greg Ruland

The appointment of a veteran public servant known for getting things done shows the Downtown Development Authority is serious about partnering with local builders to construct private, mixed-use housing in the city’s original square ...

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