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Business Briefcase, Aug. 21

By Staff

Hispanic Affairs Project to honor lawyer The Hispanic Affairs Project honors Grand Junction attorney Imelda Mulholland, Delta teacher Amy Gutierrez and Colorado Child Protective Services with the 2014 John Kiernan Award for their service to ...


BizBuzz, Aug. 21

By Staff

Food trucks provide a spot for customers to enjoy a variety of foods, but often the trucks are parked at far-flung locations, making it tough for customers to find all of their favorites. That’s why a group of food truck owners decided ...


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Could Grand Junction coffee drinkers soon be runnin on Dunkin’?

By Greg Ruland

People who live on the Western Slope enjoy their doughnuts so much that a corporate giant plans a comeback in Grand Junction, Glenwood Springs and Durango, company officials announced this week. Dunkin’ Donuts is recruiting franchisees ...


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Verizon XLTE network expansion brings added bandwidth to Grand Junction area

By Greg Ruland

Earlier this spring, Verizon Wireless introduced its new XLTE service and announced it is expanding the service into Grand Junction, said Meagan Dorsch, a corporate spokeswoman based in Denver. XLTE is the way Verizon describes the added ...


Biz Buzz, Aug. 17, 2014

By Staff

Though Culinary Corner is no longer at its Main Street location, good ideas never seem to die, considering the recent resurrection of the plucky vendor of homegrown products, fine coffees and teas. “We are no longer in our location at ...


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Sportsmen, retailers weigh impact of hunting on economy

By Staff

A wide-ranging group of sportsmen, business leaders and wildlife officials came together Tuesday at Jerry’s Outdoor Sports, 2999 North Ave., to highlight the vital impact hunting makes on Colorado’s economy. For example, some ...


Ask Dave, Aug. 14, 2014

By Staff

Asking for a raise Dear Dave, What’s your advice on asking for a raise at work when you have more responsibility than a co-worker but the same title on paper? After being with my company four years, I feel like I should make more money ...


Biz Buzz; Aug. 14, 2014

By Staff

Mesa Mall Marketing Director Chelsi Reimer said Target is remodeling and expanding on many fronts, adding space for pantry products and baked goods, rearranging customer counters and giving Starbucks a face-lift. In other mall news, keen ...


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Biz Briefcase: Aug. 14, 2014

By Staff

Keller Williams forms new team The Grand Junction Group at Keller Williams Colorado West Realty announced a newly formed group of real estate professionals consisting of Dianne Dinnel, Regina Stout, Peter Dinnel and Pam McKeehen.  ...


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Medical center, hotels keep development along key business corridor alive

By Greg Ruland

A section of the city known as the 24 Road corridor enjoys the right mix of regulatory and private sector drivers to spur increased development, but until the Grand Junction economy generates more jobs and rooftops, growth in the area will ...


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