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Biz buzz, Jan. 16, 2014

By Staff

Lee Mathis of Decadence Gourmet Cheesecakes, in conjunction with Duncan’s Gourmet Food Truck, brings his mobile “flash restaurant,” En Fuego, to Grand Junction for the first time on Jan. 23. “This has been going on ...

No Western Slope tax help from AARP

By Greg Ruland

AARP Foundation is again providing free tax assistance for taxpayers with low to moderate incomes, but unlike previous years, Western Slope residents will need to drive hundreds of miles to take advantage. For the first time, the AARP ...


Downtown dilemma: Market rate or workforce housing?

By Greg Ruland

Downtown Grand Junction is a destination, but it could also become a lifestyle that sparks sustainable economic growth, urban planners say. Upwardly mobile professionals with extra cash to spend could re-energize the metro area if they had a ...


Business Briefcase, Jan. 16

By Staff

3 CERTIFIED IN THEIR FIELDS FOR GLENWOOD SPRINGS FIRM SGM, the venerable Glenwood Springs surveying and engineering firm, congratulated Bob Brandeberry, Tim Barnett and Danny Stewart for obtaining professional certifications in their ...

Biz buzz, Jan. 12, 2014

By Staff

■ A young Grand Junction business with a global reach is expanding, said Belinda Knisley, office manager for American Sealants. The company specializes in the supply, installation, waterproofing, maintenance and repair of large acrylic ...


Youngest entrepreneur brews recipe for success

By Greg Ruland

Ranging in age from 10 to 18, Mesa County students selected to participate in the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce Young Entrepreneurs Academy spent the last three months brainstorming business ideas, writing business plans and ...


Business Briefcase, Jan. 8

By Staff

Gateway Canyons Resort has become the newest member of Associated Luxury Hotels International, which provides a dedicated global sales organization for companies interested in conducting meetings at top-ranked hotels and resorts around the ...

BizBuzz, Jan. 8

By Staff

Blink Coffee Shop and its sister operation Blink Twice, located across Colorado Highway 65 in Mesa, joined forces last month, head line cook Bobbie Withers said. “Now we’re just Blink again,” Withers said. The friendly ...


1,000-plus survey responses surprise DDA officials

By Greg Ruland

There were many more responses to the downtown housing survey than the consulting firm conducting the survey expected, said Harry Weiss, Downtown Development Authority executive director. About 1,000 surveys were submitted electronically and ...


Real estate sales flat in ‘13

By Greg Ruland

Scarce employment prospects and sputtering energy production prevented the Mesa County real estate market from expanding in 2013, two leading real estate experts said. Home sales were flat compared to last year while overall sales increased ...

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