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Biz Buzz, Aug. 9, 2015

By Staff

Entering the colorful retail space known as Tangle, 525 Main St., is a feast for the eyes. Light from the all-glass storefront floods the space on sunny days, making the giant red and turquoise star bursts on the western wall pop ...

Briefcase: Dalby, Wendland & Co. announce promotions

By Staff

Dalby, Wendland & Co. announce promotions Dalby, Wendland & Co., P.C. announced the following staff promotions: ■ Michael B. West, CPA, was promoted to associate principal. West works with Dalby, Wendland & Co., P.C. in ...

BizBuzz, Aug. 6

By Staff

Safari Ltd., the Grand Valley’s independent Toyota service center, opened in August 2005 as a one-man operation just ‘south of the tracks’ on Winters Avenue.  Over the years, owners Hugh and Kelly Phillips have grown ...


Lavender a growth 
industry in the city

By Greg Ruland

More evidence that local lavender culture is maturing turned up Saturday when Blue Cellar Door Lavender — believed to be the first commercial lavender farm inside Grand Junction city limits — opened at 782 24 Road. The nine-acre ...

Biz Buzz, August 2, 2015

By Staff

Lavender wasn’t the only topic Lavender Lady Carol Mueller was worked up about when The Daily Sentinel spoke with her on a hot and breezy Wednesday afternoon last week. Mueller said she is deeply concerned about the future of downtown ...

Biz Briefcase, July 30

By Staff

Davidson cited by Farmers Insurance Howard Davidson, of Montrose has been named a Championship agent by Farmers Insurance for his outstanding achievement and customer focused efforts by the Los Angeles-based, multi-line insurer. “I ...


Main Street anchor setting sail for Costa Rica, selling antique business and building

By Greg Ruland

Ron Maupin’s sharp eye for value and talent for striking an honest bargain made Haggle of Vendors an antique collector’s destination on Grand Junction’s Main Street for nearly 30 years. The 62-year-old’s reputation ...

BizBuzz, July 30

By Staff

Shane Allerheiligen, a dedicated Lions Club member, recently sold his lawn care business to a hand-picked successor, Trent Oney, 43, a former CMU Mavericks ballplayer from the early 1990s. A serial entrepreneur, Allerheiligen, co-owner with ...

Business filings are
 up, versus 
a year ago

By Charles Ashby

Business filings with the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office for the second quarter of the year may be down from the first three months of 2015, but they are up over this time last year, Secretary of State Wayne Williams says. In the ...


Local hotel owners take control of their online standing

By Greg Ruland

People visit the online travel planning website TripAdvisor more than 300 million times a month before booking reservations. Bad reviews posted there can harm local businesses, tourism officials said. About 90 percent of global travelers say ...

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