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Airport operations numbers send mixed signal for local economy

By Greg Ruland

To “enplane” is to board an airplane — something nearly 3,000 more commercial passengers did during 2014 at Grand Junction Regional Airport compared with 2013, airport officials said. The increase reverses an annual downward ...


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Year of expansion: Chamber recognizes businesses that invested a total of $50M

By Greg Ruland

A fourth quarter report on investment and job creation from the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce bolsters predictions by state economists that Mesa County is poised for a good year in 2015, said Diane Schwenke, chamber ...


Biz Buzz, Dec. 28, 2014

By Staff

The home of the Monster Slice is expanding to make it easier for pizza-hungry students at Colorado Mesa University to enjoy a bite of the New York-style crust and fresh mozzarella made famous by Haji Efe at Bravo Pizza. Efe launched his first ...


BizBuzz, Dec. 25

By Staff

A communications specialist who helped with the commercial kitchen at The Business Incubator in Grand Junction and a contractor for a beverage repair company joined forces a few years ago, first in marriage and then in business. The passion ...


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Business Briefcase, Dec. 25

By Staff

Montrose firm hires Tomlinson Colorado West Investments, a wealth management firm located at 1731 E. Niagara Road in Montrose, announced last week that Betty Tomlinson is joining the firm’s advisory team.  “She will ...


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Experts say slow population growth 
is a drag on local real estate recovery

By Greg Ruland

Economic forecasters predict a $900 million increase in residential construction for Colorado in 2015 thanks to skyrocketing demand on the Front Range that has home buyers paying top dollar. Population growth, an increased labor force and a ...


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Customer complaints, Bresnan issues mar Charter’s switch to all-digital cable

By Greg Ruland

The city’s only cable service provider — Charter Communications — promised Friday that it would solve by the end of the day lingering problems that legacy Bresnan customers have been having with their email service after a ...


Biz Buzz, Dec. 21, 2014

By Staff

Veterinarian Steve TerLouw opened the doors of his own small animal practice last week. Grand View Animal Hospital, 504 Fruitvale Court, the location of the new clinic, has operated as a veterinarian’s office for years. When the former ...


Hire Me First pilot program teaches work skills at Central High School

By Greg Ruland

They teach true grit in a work skills class at Central High School, where business warriors are made. Grit, sometimes called work ethic, is one component of a class, Business Work Experience, taught by Emily Bollinger. This year, Bollinger ...


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Happy feet

By Greg Ruland

Sometimes it takes a Frenchman to rally Americans to the cause. In 1777, Marquis de Lafayette, 19, rallied the Third Pennsylvania Brigade at the Battle of Brandywine during the Revolutionary War, despite having been shot in the leg. In ...


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