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Local hotel owners take control of their online standing

By Greg Ruland

People visit the online travel planning website TripAdvisor more than 300 million times a month before booking reservations. Bad reviews posted there can harm local businesses, tourism officials said. About 90 percent of global travelers say ...


Biz Buzz, July 26, 2015

By Staff

TidBits-N-Treasures, 507 30 Road, is a new shop that carries a wide variety of secondhand goods. The store hosted a grand opening Friday, said owner Renee Gideon, 51. “We stock items that range from collectibles from the early 1900s to ...


What you don’t know that you don’t know

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

Through our practices, we have had the privilege to work with many great people at all stages of the estate planning process. This includes people looking to create an estate plan as well as those left behind after a loved one passes, and ...


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Entrepreneurial mom juices her way to health, then launches juice business

By Greg Ruland

A physically fit, health-conscious mother of two recently turned her passion for fresh juice into a new career by launching Press Colorado Juice Company — one of the latest entries at the Grand Junction Downtown Farmers’ ...


Biz Buzz, July 23, 2015

By Staff

Jimmy Smith, 67, moved to Grand Junction about 40 years ago and worked as a mechanical engineer in the oil shale industry and, for a time, trained aircraft mechanics for the military. He eventually grew tired of teaching and decided he wanted ...


Briefcase, July 23, 2015

By Staff

Chamber exec graduates from management program Frank Ladd, executive director of the Fruita Area Chamber of Commerce and chairman-elect for the Colorado Chamber of Commerce Executives, recently graduated from the Institute for Organization ...


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Bright star on Main Street marks 15th anniversary

By Greg Ruland

Pollux is the twin of Castor, one of two bright stars that form the Gemini constellation. It’s also the name of a bright star on Main Street that celebrated 15 years in business last week with the launch of a new online clothing ...


Biz Buzz, July 19, 2015

By Staff

With more than 30 licensed tattoo parlors in Mesa County, it can sometimes be difficult to stand out. A new shop that opened in April, however, may have found a way: Murals. Totem Tattoo, 1560 North Ave., Suite D, recently spiffed up the ...


Cows, July 18, 2015

By Staff

Delta Sales Yard Inc.: Market report for July 16: Steers: 600 to 700 lbs., $2.15 to $2.45; 700 to 800 lbs., $2.10 to $2.25; 800 to 900 lbs., $1.98 to $2.08. Heifers: 600 to 700 lbs., $2.10 to $2.42; 700 to 800 lbs., $1.90 to $2.13; 800 to 900 ...


Boy who raises hogs switches into businessman at Mesa County Fair, like many kids in FFA

By Greg Ruland

The sweet aroma farm folk know best smells like money to 13-year-old Coby Hudson, full-time hog breeder, part-time boy. Both sides of the young man’s nature shined Tuesday at Mesa County Fair. About two minutes after the gates opened, ...


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