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Biz Buzz, Sept. 3, 2017

By Staff

Grand Junction’s La Quinta Inn and Suites has a brand new look and plenty of upgrades after it finished up $2.5 million in renovations in July. The hotel, 2761 Crossroads Blvd., was one of 35 La Quintas around the country to undergo a ...


Make sure your business passes the test

By Staff

If your company has been around the quad a time or two, the seasonal ebbs and flows of business surrounding the school year are likely nothing new. However, if you are experiencing shifts in workflow associated with the start of classes for ...


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Are you prepared to pass on 
the family farm or business?

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

Part of our practice is spent helping families prepare to pass on the family farm, ranch or other business. Given that this is usually the family’s largest asset it is critical this be done properly. Unfortunately, the majority of ...


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Briefs, Sept. 2, 2017

By Staff

Firefighters fill boots for muscle disease The Grand Junction Professional Firefighters Local 2808 will show its support for the Muscular Dystrophy Association annual Fill the Boot fundraising campaign by hitting the storefronts this ...


BizBuzz, Aug. 31, 2017

By Staff

Sometimes a name says everything. Other times, not so much. Believe it or not, the Palisade Pot Pedaler is not the town’s newest marijuana dispensary, but rather a place to refurbish old cast iron skillets, grills and waffle makers ...


Biz Buzz: Aug. 27, 2017

By Staff

James Pursell, Farmers Insurance western Colorado district manager, will have a longer drive to his office nowadays. Pursell is in the midst of overseeing his district office’s move to Grand Junction from Glenwood Springs. The new ...


BizBuzz, August 24, 2017

By Staff

Maggie McAllister has owned several restaurants during her career, but never specialized in baked goods. That’s going to change Sept. 1 when she opens Palisade Pie Shop, 3215 C 1/2 Road. “I love the area and this came ...


Utah’s loss, Colorado’s gain

By Joe Vaccarelli

When Mountain Racing Products owner Tim Fry visited a distributor last year in Apt, France, he was shown a brochure for the small city in southern France near the Luberon mountain range that referred to itself as “Little ...


Biz Buzz: Aug. 20, 2017

By Staff

Saying she was unable to find reliable and professional help, Brunella Gualerzi, chef and owner of Grand Junction’s Il Bistro Italiano, announced the restaurant is no longer open for lunch and is now closed on Sundays. “It has ...


A simple way to protect your family

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

A common thread of our columns is the need to “plan when can.” This stems from what we consider to be the first rule of proper estate planning: Ensure you maintain control of your estate. In this case, estate means not just your ...


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