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Biz Buzz: July 17, 2016

By Staff

This year is shaping up to be one of the best for farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, and one longstanding business has set up a farmstand near the former Safeway store on the Redlands to offer fresh fruit and vegetables seven days a week ...


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Getting out of town: This June the busiest in terms of travelers at GJ airport

By Gary Harmon

Travelers took to the air from Grand Junction Regional Airport in June at a greater rate than ever before, Grand Junction Regional Airport officials said. The 11 percent increase over the previous June numbers underscores the need for another ...


Biz Buzz: July 14, 2016

By Staff

The operative word these days at Western Anglers, 413 Main St. in downtown Grand Junction, is more. As in, more merchandise, more guided fishing trips, more in-store events. That, according to owner Ned Mayers, has been the result since the ...


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Closed-circuit farming

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Mark Beckner wants to answer a simple question: Can a boutique farm in an urban environment produce enough food and income to generate a viable living? He hopes the answer is yes. Beckner, formerly a computer programmer in Sante Fe, New ...


Biz Buzz, July 11, 2016

By Staff

Diana Conner’s new caregiving service, MLS Senior Care, is unique in a number of ways, but perhaps is mostly so because of the path Conner took to make it a reality. Conner, who formerly worked around the world in international ...


What Medicaid will cost you

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

Last week we explained that Medicare is not intended to provide assistance to seniors in need of long-term care unless their condition is either terminal or expected to improve. Instead, under certain circumstances, Medicaid will provide ...


Biz Buzz: July 7, 2016

By Staff

Downtown Grand Junction is an integral part of Jennie Mason. The 39-year-old has worked in that neighborhood since she was 17. So it was with a heavy heart that she announced this week that she will close Girlfriends, 438 Main St., later this ...


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SOUTH RISES DOWNTOWN

By Erin McIntyre

A portal to the tastes, smells and sounds of the South has opened up on Main Street, with the debut of Ella’s Blues Room restaurant at 336 Main St. Homesick Southerners will appreciate the boiled peanuts, fried okra and homemade chicken ...


Biz Buzz: July 3, 2016

By Staff

After 31 years of outfitting western Colorado in timeless Western wear — and helping out countless 4-H kids along the way — Harriet Crawford is ready to hang up her own hat and kick off her own boots. The owner of and namesake ...


Graff Dairy back in big way

By Staff

Graff Dairy back in big way Sure, this weekend’s reopening of Graff Dairy in Grand Junction after a two-year hiatus has a nostalgic appeal to it. After all, the roots of the community institution trace back to a dairy that was ...


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