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ANB Bank sprucing up its downtown locations

By Joe Vaccarelli

The roots of ANB Bank in the Grand Valley go back more than 100 years and the organization appears willing to further ensconce itself for many more after a series of remodelings and a land buy to upgrade its facilities. The bank has ...


Biz Buzz: Sept. 24, 2017

By Staff

Real estate franchise Coldwell Banker has moved downtown, taking over the second and third floor of the ANB Bank building, 131 N. Sixth St. Coldwell moved into the newly remodeled building in mid-August and had a grand opening celebration ...


Downtown 
hotel idea
 gets 1st nod 
from city

By Amy Hamilton

An idea to partner with downtown hoteliers to attach a ballroom and a new hotel to Grand Junction’s convention center got the initial nod from the Grand Junction City Council. Councilors unanimously approved a letter of intent Wednesday ...


Biz Buzz: Sept. 21, 2017

By Staff

Mesa County Libraries have partnered with local businesses in September and October to launch a promotional partnership to offer discounts on goods and services. The partnership, called “Library Deals,” allows cardholders to show ...


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Downtown GJ set to get connected via public WiFi

By Joe Vaccarelli

Downtown Grand Junction is about to get public WiFi thanks to an agreement between the Downtown Development Authority and local tech company 32Waves. The DDA board last week approved a pilot project that would allow 32Waves to build and ...


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Mesa County posts strong second quarter economic numbers

By Joe Vaccarelli

Mesa County’s economy is looking strong with a declining unemployment rate, steady workforce in growing industries and a strong real estate market, according to a study released by the business department at Colorado Mesa University. ...


Biz Buzz, Sept. 17, 2017

By Staff

It was last year when Ginger Collard bought the Palisade space of the Lavender Lady, renaming it Lavender at Heart. Now, after a move in February, she made a bigger move that will go along with a name change. In June, Collard bought up the ...


The first steps to passing on the family business

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

Last column we discussed the challenges facing families attempting to pass on the family farm, ranch or other business. Family-owned businesses play a critical role in society. Those of us who reside in rural agricultural areas know this to be ...


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New magazine hopes to build community

By Joe Vaccarelli

The Grand Valley is about to get a new, locally produced magazine focusing on positive stories mostly around the natural amenities in the area. Spoke + Blossom has its first issue scheduled for an Oct. 1 release and will print 15,000 copies ...


Biz Buzz, Sept. 14, 2017

By Staff

The Grand Junction Guy is a go-to shop for a custom ring made out of just about anything. But not everything. Owner Caleb Martin can make rings out of metals and woods. He can weave in different gems such as turquoise. He’s made ...


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