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Biz Buzz, Feb. 12, 2012

By Staff

Drinking coffee with her grandparents during her childhood fostered Shauna Rhyne’s dream of one day owning a coffee shop. Monday it became a reality for the 23-year-old. Rhyne acquired Coffee Muggers, 644 Main St., from Chris Turpin, ...


Energy company co-executives partner in Fruita brewery

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Five years ago, Fred and Terri Martinez and their sons took an old J.C. Penney building that had once housed a brew pub in Evanston, Wyo., and turned it into Suds Bros. Brewery. Now, working side-by-side with Jerry and Rochelle Tufly, the ...

Biz buzz

By Staff

Business grew about 20 percent for Hightower Supply’s Grand Junction store last year, necessitating expansion into a larger facility, which its owners found at 750 S. Ninth St. The new building offers about 1,000 more square feet than ...

Housing market, mix of good news, bad news

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The Mesa County real estate market ended 2011 displaying additional signs of stabilizing, as year-over-year sales posted another increase, and housing inventory fell. But observers say there are indications at the outset of 2012 that a ...

Biz Buzz, Jan. 29, 2012

By Staff

When Commercial Refuse Service started in the spring of 2009, it had one truck and one employee. “I was the one, with a telephone growing out of my ear,” said Rick Beckner, who now co-owns and manages the trash-hauling business at ...

Buffalo Wild Wings to open near mall

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Buffalo Wild Wings will open in the former home of Smuggler’s Brewpub & Grille, 2412 U.S. Highway 6&50, in late spring or early summer. The national restaurant chain is known for boneless, Buffalo and New York-style wings with ...


New boss at Taco Bell

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Ken Basinger, who went to work in 1977 as a Taco Bell assistant manager trainee “with no intention of ever making it a career,” now owns a chain of Taco Bell restaurants. Basinger on Jan. 1 completed the purchase of the Taco ...

Biz Buzz, Jan. 22, 2012

By Staff

Earl Ritter bit into a hot dog Thursday at Daylight Donuts, 1410 North Ave., because his blood-sugar needed it and because, well, he could. The Grand Valley’s second Daylight Donuts opened Thursday, and in addition to being nearly twice ...

Slow economic growth to continue, audience told

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U.S. economic growth in 2012 could look a lot like last year — plodding but steady. Or, as Federal Reserve economist Mark Snead described it, “Groundhog Day,” the comedy where Bill Murray’s character repeatedly wakes ...

Biz Buzz, Jan. 15, 2012

By Staff

Where two 2,500-square-foot buildings once served Fuoco Nissan at 741 N. First St., one much larger structure will remain when construction concludes this spring. The 13,000-square-foot building is taking shape with the concrete poured and ...

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