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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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BizBriefcase, July 16

By Staff

Turner named Realtor of the Month Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties announced Eileen Turner was named Realtor of the Month. Turner was honored for her number of listings in June. That means the Realtor of the Month parking space at ...


New arena the centerpiece of this year’s fair

By Greg Ruland

The Mesa County Fair officially opened Wednesday with a ceremony that recognized the completion of Mahindra Arena, the new $2.3 million horse arena at the Mesa County Fairgrounds. Taking up more than 31,000 square feet, the new arena has ...


BizBuzz, July 16

By Staff

Julie and Larry Dorsey want children ages 30 months to 6 years old to spread their wings and fly at Eagle View Learning Center, 2738 Unaweep Ave. Eagle View is a new preschool that offers a hands-on style of learning called STEM, an acronym ...


Biz Buzz, July 12, 2015

By Staff

The Flyin’ Roosters in Clifton that closed down last year appears well on its way to becoming an entirely different kind of eatery that will be known as Agaveros Mexican Experience, 569 32 Road. Signs of renovation were apparent inside ...


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Local nursing home 
a target for lawyers

By Greg Ruland

An Arkansas law firm that has won more than $100 million in jury verdicts against nursing homes around the nation now has a Grand Junction caregiver in its sights. Reddick Moss Trial Attorneys, a national law firm that maintains an office in ...


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Grand Valley a big draw; lodging tax gets a lift

By Greg Ruland

People who stayed overnight in Grand Junction during June paid more in lodging tax than in any June in the past, city officials reported Wednesday. The city’s collection of nearly $160,000 in lodging taxes last month was the result of ...


Biz Buzz: July 9, 2015

By Staff

A communications specialist who helped with the commercial kitchen at The Business Incubator in Grand Junction and a contractor for a beverage repair company joined forces a few years ago, first in marriage and then in business. The passion ...


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Biz Briefcase: July 9, 2015

By Staff

Meeker man certified as safety pro Joe Foster, who works for White River Electric Association in Meeker, has completed all requirements for certification as a Certified Safety Professional.  Foster also holds professional ...


Biz Buzz, July 5, 2015

By Staff

Seniors in Mesa County now have a chance to experience the Touch of Care difference in non-medical home care. The family-owned agency expanded last month for the third time in 15 years, this time to a new office at 326 Main St. Founded in ...


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