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Biz Buzz, Dec. 26, 2013

By Staff

Elders overwhelmed at the prospect of moving or downsizing their homes to remain independent could benefit from the expertise of local, professional senior move managers. Kathy Viglianco, co-owner of Total Transitions, is a former ...

Business Briefcase, Dec. 26, 2013

By Staff

High Country Beverage of Montrose is making sure local veterans have a more bountiful Christmas by funding 200 turkeys through the Vets Helping Vets program. High Country Beverage donated $1,880 to the program. Operated by Pastors Janet and ...


Tax credit zones back 
on the drawing board

By Greg Ruland

Enterprise zone boundaries around Grand Junction must be redrawn starting Jan. 1. As a result, some businesses previously outside the boundaries could be drawn in, allowing them to qualify for a variety of beefed-up tax credits. For example, ...


Business Briefcase, Dec. 19, 2013

By Staff

ENGINEERING FIRM ADDS 2 Glenwood Springs civil engineering firm SGM, 118 W. Sixth St., recently added two new engineers to its staff of technical specialists, allowing the firm to expand services for water-related and mechanical/electrical ...


FEATURED BUSINESS: Heaven in a hand basket

By Greg Ruland

To paraphrase the gospel, downtown artist, crafter, teacher and retailer Julie Kleinrath couldn’t hide her light under a bushel basket if she tried. Owner of Woven Designs, 537 Main St., Kleinrath designs and weaves works of art with ...


Real estate holding steady: Despite median price uptick, 2013 home sales outpacing 2012

By Greg Ruland

Through November, Mesa County home sales maintained the pace set in 2012, but at an increased median price, according to a prominent Grand Junction real estate brokerage. Bray Real Estate reported 2,415 homes sold by Nov. 30 at a median price ...

BizBuzz: Dec. 19, 2013

By Staff

■ A popular Mexican restaurant known for its green chile and tamales plans to construct a new, 5,000 square-foot building to operate from, but must temporarily relocate until the new space is completed. Maria Maestas, owner of Las ...

Biz Buzz, Dec. 15, 2013

By Staff

■ Beth Ann Marrero came home to Grand Junction after 30 years in the big city, running for her life after October’s Hurricane Irene dropped a tree on her cottage in Bronxville, N.Y. It was a tough decision to leave behind 600 ...


Efficiency equals energy savings at Alpine Bank

By Greg Ruland

Alpine Bank invested close to $1 million during the last decade to improve the efficiency of its corporate culture and infrastructure. So far, the investment has netted about $250,000 in savings on energy, water, paper and courier fuel, said ...


FEATURED BUSINESS: SunShine Painters paints it forward

By Greg Ruland

Tradesmen with a steady hand, an eye for detail and the patience of Job can build a successful business like SunShine Painters, 202 North Ave., company president Michael Day said. Day has worked for many Grand Valley property management ...

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