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BizBuzz, July 31

By Staff

Triple Play Records, 530 Main St., hosts a Dynamic Discs Trilogy Challenge from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 6 at Riverbend Park in Palisade. Lunch will be provided, but participants should bring their own water. “The Trilogy Challenge is ...


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Biz Briefcase: July 31

By Staff

ProStar moves to Horizon ProStar Geocorp, Inc. announced it moved its corporate headquarters to a new location last month. The company now operates at 760 Horizon Drive — a space on the main floor of a “stunning new office ...


Business Records Watch, July 31

By Staff

Bankruptcy Court ■ Ace Jay Hutchison, 484 Mae St., Clifton, DISCHARGED June 30, 2014 ■ Samantha Lynn O’Brien, 3133 Teal Court, Grand Junction, DISCHARGED June 30, 2014. ■ Angela Compton, 481 Mae St., Clifton, ...


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FedEx Ground commits to GJ 
with new distribution center

By Greg Ruland

FedEx Ground is constructing a new distribution center at 715 23 Road that will occupy some 48,000 square feet when completed in July 2015, said Ashley Faderewski, a FedEx Ground spokeswoman. The center is expected to employ 10 new workers ...


Biz Buzz, July 27, 2014

By Staff

Nick’s Surf Shack, at the intersection of 15th Street and North Avenue, hosted a grand-opening party Saturday that included a live radio broadcast and a dog- adoption promotion, during which many homeless pets found new ...


Biz Briefcase: July 24, 2014

By Staff

Networks Unlimited hires two Networks Unlimited, 2526 Patterson Road, announced the addition of two new staff members last week. Mike Byars recently joined the Networks Unlimited team as a managed services administrator. He will be working ...


Biz Buzz, July 24, 2014

By Staff

Main Street Cafe, 504 Main St., celebrates 22 years in business Sunday. “We opened on July 27, 1992, at 832 S. Seventh St.,” owner Evan Gluckman said. “We endured the reconstruction of both Seventh and Main streets and are ...


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Changes made to farmers weekly downtown event rub vendors, retailers the right way

By Greg Ruland

Now in its fifth week, the Downtown Farmers Market attracts patrons at an increasing pace while vendor complaints about changes in the way the event is organized have largely faded away. According to some retailers, the event adds an entire ...


Biz Buzz: July 20, 2014

By Staff

Gordon Barker of 4-B Distributing, 3042 Belford Court, launched his business in 1979, along with his late wife, Ellen. Since then, the company has grown its product line to more than a dozen food snacks, which Barker delivers to outlets all ...


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Trailer parks offer some of the highest returns around on real estate investments

By Greg Ruland

It’s an offensive stereotype: Mobile home parks harbor oddballs, deadbeats and undesirables, according to popular media. They often supply the backdrop for comically tragic portrayals of out-of-work people in movies and on ...


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