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Biz Buzz, Nov. 14, 2010

By Staff

When construction began this summer on the 29 Road interchange with Interstate 70 Business Loop, it closed the nearby stretch of frontage road that used to make for an easy in and out to Mohawk Floorz Direct, 2922 I-70B. If owners Ronn and ...


Biz Buzz, Nov. 7, 2010

By Staff

When his lease ended last November at 509 28 1/2 Road and his landlord wanted him to sign a five-year lease, Evi Cruz didn’t like the number of years or the cost of rent for the 6,000-square-foot building that housed his restaurant. So, ...


Easing the pinch of providing health insurance

By Emily Shockley

Premiums for health insurance provided through work have increased 114 percent in the past decade. The news is even worse for employers, whose contribution to worker-insurance premiums increased 147 percent, to $3,997 per employee since 2000, ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 31, 2010

By Staff

When Shawna DeVinny opened Pollo Azado in Montrose last year, she meant for the name of the Mexican restaurant to be taken literally. Pollo Azado serves marinated chicken cooked over an open flame, and that’s it, for meat anyway. Pollo ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 24, 2010

By Staff

Kl!k Clothing Co. had been open 10 days in its Grand Junction location, and Susan Lettman already realized a change was in order: She probably needed to extend the business hours past the 6 p.m. closing she had set for ...


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Grand Valley Magazine celebrates two years

By Emily Shockley

The stock market crashed two days after Grand Valley Magazine hosted a launch party for its inaugural issue in October 2008. Advertisers ducked out. A distributor went under. Late hours became more certain than revenue. Another magazine ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 17, 2010

By Staff

There are some money-makers in Grand Junction, and Colorado Business Magazine’s latest ranking of the state’s top 250 private companies proves it. Four Grand Junction businesses were listed in the ranking. Two made the top ...


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Retailers push holiday items earlier every year

By Emily Shockley

Like campaign season or the first day of school, each year it seems to arrive earlier and earlier: the sight of holiday decor in retail shops. Plastic Christmas trees, ornaments in every color and miniature Santas, Rudolphs and Frostys crop ...


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Winter break: Gateway Canyons scales back more than past years

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Gateway Canyons Resort’s annual scaling back of services and hours for the winter will extend further this year, as resort officials adjust to the sluggish economy and a drop in tourist traffic. The Gateway Auto Museum and the Adventure ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 10, 2010

By Staff

Andy’s Liquor Mart, 922 N. First St., is in the final weeks of an expansion project that will double the shop’s floor space to roughly 2,800 square feet, according to store manager Cindy Axelsen. Expansion that began this past ...


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