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Pedal pushers learn how to fix their rides

By Staff

A new bicycle maintenance class taught by Chris Brown of Brown Cycles at Western Colorado Community College has proven so popular that more dates have been added. Brown said he is keeping the class size small, at fewer than 10 students per ...

Sunday Biz: What’s Inn a name? February 08, 2009

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The look of Horizon Drive will get a change this summer when the venerable Holiday Inn changes names and a new Holiday Inn opens up a few blocks to the west. The current Holiday Inn, 755 Horizon Drive, is the city’s largest hotel, with ...

Sunday Biz Buzz February 08, 2009

By Staff

•  Las Vegas-based Allegiant Air announced last week it will expand its service destinations from the Grand Junction Regional Airport to an unannounced, sunny destination. The destination will be another low-cost, nonstop route, ...

Biz: Tan In Paradise expanding

By Carrie Marfitano

In these dark economic times, Scott Young has a sunnier disposition than many business owners. The owner of Tan In Paradise, 2478 U.S. Highway 6&50, plans to provide more sun worshippers an early start on their summer tans by opening two ...

Grand Junction Steel changes name to Hirschfeld Industries

By Carrie Marfitano

Grand Junction Steel announced this week its name has been changed to Hirschfeld Industries. Founded in 1947, Grand Junction Steel was purchased by Hirschfeld Holdings in 2007. Hirschfeld Holdings has changed its corporate name to ...

Briefs: Biz Briefcase February 06, 2009

By Staff

• Real Estate West, 1001 N. Fifth St., was recognized at the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce annual banquet with the 2008 Business Expansion Award. The office added 12 agents to its sales force in 2008. • Mays ...

GJ Vitamin Cottage pulls fresh ground peanut butter

By Melinda Mawdsley

Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage has recalled its freshly ground peanut butter because of a potential association with salmonella. The Grand Junction Vitamin Cottage pulled all freshly ground peanut butter off the shelves Friday and has not ...

Briefs: Biz Briefcase February 05, 2009

By Staff

• The Century House Restaurant has opened in Palisade at 349 W. Eighth St. The restaurant is located near the Packing Shed Restaurant. Both are owned and operated by Grand Junction native Bruce Jensen. •  Alpine Bank South ...

Shimano buys Innovative Textiles

By Dave Buchanan

A giant in the fishing industry has purchased a Grand Junction company. Innovative Textiles Inc., a locally-based manufacturing company that started out making braided kite strings, was purchased recently by Shimano American, a subsidiary of ...

Free Press cuts paper to three days a week

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Grand Junction Free Press publisher Valerie J. Smith announced to her staff Monday that the paper will publish only three days a week starting next week, according to the paper’s Web site. The paper will print Mondays, Wednesdays and ...

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