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Wine barrel-tasting event draws newcomers in state, but only a few

By Greg Ruland

About 100 people around the state took part in the first “A Taste of Spring” barrel-tasting event sponsored by a trade association for Colorado winemakers, less than half the number hoped for, organizers said Sunday. The Colorado ...


Biz Buzz: April 10, 2016

By Staff

Tangle, the popular yarn and knitting store at 525 Main St., is up for sale, co-owner Allison Blevins announced this week, but there are no plans to close, contrary to an erroneous report Thursday in Biz Buzz. Blevins called on any of her ...


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Two local teams of tech developers advance in creative coding competition

By Greg Ruland

More than 40 competitors spent two days and two nights at the Business Incubator Center last weekend, massaging data from state agencies into the most muscular computer application they could think of. Two winning teams from Grand Junction, ...


Biz Buzz: April 7, 2016

By Staff

Tangle, the popular yarn and knitting store at 525 Main St., is closing after 10 years in business, co-owner Allison Blevins announced this week. “Many of you know that last year I accepted a job at Downtown Grand Junction as the ...


Biz Briefcase: April 7, 2016

By Staff

St. Mary’s title sponsor 
for GEAR UP Festival St. Mary’s Hospital agreed this week to be the title sponsor of the GEAR UP Festival, which is set for April 23-24 in downtown Fruita, organizers announced. Powderhorn ...


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Dose of reality

By Greg Ruland

Despite a steady rise in single-family home prices and a steep drop in foreclosures, a national index of housing market health concluded Grand Junction’s market fell ill in the first quarter, showing symptoms worse than all but two of ...


The first step to receive proper long-term care

By Staff

Last week, we wrote about the risk of long-term care and the devastating impact it can have, especially when a family acts on misinformation. However, given the likelihood that most seniors will need some form of long-term care assistance, and ...


BZ BUZZ:  April 3, 2016

By Staff

Canyon Wind Cellars, one the Grand Valley’s premier wine-making locations, announced last week it will close for good at the end of this year, co-owner and Canyon Wind winemaker Jay Christianson confirmed Saturday. Employees and wine ...


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National study of real estate health dims enthusiasm for Grand Junction market

By Greg Ruland

Despite a steady rise in single-family home prices and a steep drop in foreclosures, a national index of housing market health concluded Grand Junction’s market fell ill in the first quarter, showing symptoms worse than all but two of ...


Delta cows, April 2, 2016

By Staff

Delta Sales Yard Inc.: Market report for March 31: Steers: 200 to 400 lbs., $1.85 to $2.30; 400 to 500 lbs., $1.80 to $2.20; 500 to 600 lbs., $1.65 to $2.03; 600 to 700 lbs., $1.55 to $1.75; 700 to 800 lbs., $1.51 to $1.55; 800 to 900 lbs., ...


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