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T.J. Maxx to open in Borders’ spot

By Tim Harty

National off-price retailer T.J. Maxx will open a store in Grand Junction this year, filling the void left by Borders when the bookstore vacated its anchor site at the Grand Mesa Center in April last year. T.J. Maxx real estate spokeswoman ...


Biz Buzz, April 8, 2012

By Staff

Mike Chariton said when he sells the last bottle of wine at Planet Wines, he will hand over the store key to his landlord and walk away with a smile and no regrets. Chariton is liquidating his inventory — everything is 15 percent off ...


Slump in price of natural gas stalls pipeline plan

By Staff

Depressed natural gas prices will result in at least a year’s delay in a proposed natural gas pipeline project south of Rifle. Pending approval, the 22-mile, 16-inch-diameter pipeline was to have been built this summer by Bargath LLC, a ...


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Former athletic club employee plans return to business

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Jodie Reed has wanted for 16 years to go into business on her own. More recently, Reed has focused on a place that could house her dream. Now that dream is becoming reality in the spot she has is mind. Reed will open Bliss Day Spa & ...


Biz Buzz, April 1, 2012

By Staff

Climbing rent at his previous location put Mike Morris and his video-game store where he originally thought it was destined to be: Clifton’s commercial district. Morris, who operated Gamerz Planet at 644 North Ave., No. 1, in Chinle ...


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Mechanical engineer tries hand at selling commercial real estate

By Amy Hamilton

There was a time she would wear steel-toed boots, safety glasses and sometimes a hard hat. These days, Theresa Englbrecht, 49, has switched gears from her training as a mechanical engineer and works high-dollar deals selling commercial real ...


Biz Buzz — March 25, 2012

By Staff

When a restaurant is named Jimmy’z Hamburger, of course, it serves hamburgers. And they’re fresh, never frozen, one-third-pound, hand-packed patties, according to Jennifer Duarte, who opened the restaurant with her husband, Ramy, ...


Biz Buzz, March 18, 2012

By Staff

You don’t hear this one often: “The recession is the best thing that could have happened to us.” But Back Porch Music owner Dwight Erickson said it Thursday. The economic downturn forced him to re-evaluate his business and ...


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Fly rod maker in Montrose known worldwide for excellence

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

For nearly 40 years, Scott Fly Rod Co. has designed rods to catch big fish, such as President George H.W. Bush and actors Harrison Ford and Michael Keaton. “I’ve heard (former President) Jimmy Carter has many, many of our fly ...


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Commercial real estate regaining life in valley

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Mired in the deep freeze of the recession for the last three years, the Grand Valley commercial real estate market is showing signs of thawing. Local real estate agents and title company executives say their phones are ringing, and leasing ...


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