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Why you need a will

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

Even if you don’t have or need a trust, virtually every adult should have a will, especially upon becoming a parent. If you have children who are not of adult age, or have an adult child who is developmentally disabled, a will — ...


Local defense contractor Capco selected as 
Manufacturer of the Year by statewide group

By Greg Ruland

The Colorado Advanced Manufacturing Alliance for the first time has named a Grand Junction company 2015 Manufacturer of the Year, in recognition of its “quality products” and “outstanding service.” It was the first ...

Dave Says, Oct. 22

By Staff

Helping them budget Dear Dave, My husband and I live on a budget and are getting out of debt. Our daughter is in high school, and we’ve been teaching her about your plan. Is it realistic to expect a 16-year-old with a part-time job and ...

Biz Buzz: Oct. 22, 2015

By Staff

A growing health issue that impacts learning can be resolved with proper precision lenses, but many are unaware of the symptoms and it often takes a specially trained technician to diagnose the problem and take steps to fix it. Learning ...

Biz Briefcase: Seventeen local groups receive grants from Wells Fargo

By Staff

Seventeen local groups receive grants from Wells Fargo Mesa County recipients of grants from the 2015 Wells Fargo Community Assistance Fund were announced Wednesday by Yanus Nelson, Wells Fargo’s area president for western Colorado. ...

Biz Buzz, Oct. 18, 2015

By Staff

Grand Junction’s newest garden supply center is Natural Order Supply, 2493 U.S. Highway 6&50 in the Cottonwood Mall. The store is open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 7 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. The business ...


Mesa County Workforce Center introduces new director

By Greg Ruland

John Flanagan arrived in Grand Junction earlier this month with a briefcase full of job-creation ideas and all the excitement that comes with a new career challenge. He is the new director of the Mesa County Workforce Center, the county ...


Fruita face-lift expands opportunity for businesses in downtown core

By Greg Ruland

Downtown Fruita feels bigger. The city’s recent $450,000 face-lift expanded access to electricity, improved street safety and increased commercial opportunity for merchants, city officials said Wednesday. Improvements to Mulberry ...

Biz Briefcase: Oct. 15, 2015

By Staff

Applications for accelerator program due Friday The Telluride Venture Accelerator is offering a 5-month residential business accelerator program. Applications can be submitted through Friday. The Accelerator combines an unparalleled ...

BIZ BUZZ FOR: October 15, 2015

By Staff

Mary Jo and Leroy George, alpaca farmers in Fruita, recently opened a storefront to sell alpaca products of all kinds, including clothing, accessories, jewelry and other craft items. The store will help the farm continue as it has for the ...

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