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Biz Buzz, Jan. 10, 2016

By Staff

A Western State College Hall of Fame National Champion wrestler, who once worked as an educator in Arizona, recently moved the social media marketing businesses he founded to the Western Slope and launched a new one. The move to Grand ...


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Ex-employees of The Local claim wages still owed; co-owner admits ‘bad situation’

By Greg Ruland

Despite an innovative menu, motivated staff and hip locale, a downtown Grand Junction restaurant closed for good in December, so far stiffing about a dozen ex-employees who claim the business still owes wages and is withholding $17,000 donated ...


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State rep sells Grand Junction printing business

By Greg Ruland

A first-term Grand Junction legislator elected in 2014 based in part on his business prowess announced this week he has sold the family printing concern he’s operated since 1969, to a longtime shareholder and friend. Dan Thurlow, who ...


Biz Buzz: Jan. 7, 2016

By Staff

With more than 20 years experience building fine furniture and restoring antiques in Denver, woodworker Gabe Sheker brings his talents to the Western Slope — this time, with a bigger picture in mind: Bringing purposeful art into everyday ...


Biz Briefcase, Jan. 7, 2014

By Staff

Noted authors to meet with 
local writers Jan. 16 Local fiction writers can benefit from the wisdom of three experienced authors — each with multiple published works — during a workshop hosted at The Business Incubator ...


Biz Buzz: Jan. 3, 2016

By Staff

A drug and alcohol screening business popular with local employers grew out of its compact offices at 1236 N. 7th St. late last year and started looking for opportunities to expand. In May, it opened a second office in Glenwood Springs. It ...


How your family can inadvertently be a threat to your estate, part two

By Staff

In our last column, we explained how a son’s drug addiction was a serious threat to his mother’s estate plan. Even though he had no desire or intention to interfere with his mother’s wishes, his choices required that she take ...


Biz Buzz, Dec. 31, 2015

By Staff

The older of two brothers involved in a large tanning salon near Colorado Mesa University saw his family’s financial future more than 15 years ago when he made an initial investment in seven UV beds and paid an undisclosed amount for Tan ...


Dave Says: You can catch up later

By Staff

You can catch up later Dear Dave, I work in IT, and I recently learned that I’ll be losing my $88,000 a year job at the end of February. We’re debt-free, except for our home, and we have a full emergency fund in place. The ...


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Join clubs, learn skills at The Lonely Toy Store

By Greg Ruland

Don’t confuse The Lonely Toy Store with the “Island of Misfit Toys,” a 2001 computer-animated film that pits Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer against a toy-stealing villain.  The kitschy movie was a traditional ...


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