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Downtown businesses to extend hours

By Lory Pounder

Shoppers may soon see more hopping evenings in downtown Grand Junction, as business owners challenge the traditional weekday hours. “We hear the same thing over and over, ‘Why aren’t more businesses open?’ ” said ...


Biz buzz, Nov. 4, 2012

By Staff

Penny Hopkins may have thought her days of dog grooming were over when health problems contributed to her decision to close her business at the northwest corner of 30 and F roads, The Finishing Touch Dog Grooming, in the 1990s, making way for ...


Good credit gives homebuyers advantage

By Mike Wiggins

The Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, or CHFA, announced a new program Thursday that will allow certain homebuyers with strong credit scores to shell out less money for a down payment and avoid mortgage insurance fees. CHFA Advantage ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 28, 2012

By Staff

Right about the time Robert Fishman opened the first Chomp’s Delicatessen in Glenwood Springs, he was thinking about creating a second location. The growing Grand Valley population — and the possibility of drawing a large base of ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 21, 2012

By Staff

Mooyah will attempt to do in the Grand Valley what Smashburger couldn’t: develop and sustain a burger-and-fries chain in the growing fast-casual dining concept. Mooyah recently announced plans to open 34 restaurants throughout Colorado ...


Banks see uptick in business loans

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Small businesses mired in a slow economy have begun to take advantage of low interest rates and flickering prospects of an economic recovery, and several Grand Junction bankers are beginning to see clients taking out loans again. Small ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 14, 2012

By Staff

Raechel Kolb half-joked that she planned to wear Energizer Bunny ears at the re-opening of Schlotsky’s Deli, 2463 Patterson Road. That would have been fitting, given what the sandwich shop has endured the last several years. The most ...


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TrueStone a true hit

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

For many years, Randy DiDonato and his wife, Cheryl, owners of The Tile Meister, were the best customers of Palisade Marble, a local manufacturer of cultured stone.  The Tile Meister uses the product TrueStone, a polyester resin and ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 7, 2012

By Staff

Liz Wingerter said her husband consistently hears from people who know exactly what they want in a tattoo, only to hear the tattoo artist say he or she can’t do it or try to modify the image the customer brings into the shop. “His ...


Delta/Loma Livestock, Oct. 6, 2012

By Staff

Delta Sales Yard RightAlign.43RightAlign.62RightAlign.85RightAlign.104RightAlign.131Market report for Oct. 4: Steers: 200 to 400 lbs., $1.60 to $2.06; 400 to 500 lbs., $1.52 to $1.80; 500 to 600 lbs., $1.42 to $1.56; 600 to 700 lbs., $1.35 to ...


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