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21-year veteran of curbside recycling to receive award

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Steve Foss started 21 years ago in the business of collecting recyclable material on Grand Junction’s city streets. On June 8, he’ll be collecting something else: a lifetime achievement award from Colorado Association for ...


Biz Buzz, May 30, 2010

By Staff

Diners who walk in the front door of Hereford Steak and Sushi will be greeted by a giant saltwater aquarium — introducing just the kind of atmosphere that owner Frank Coley and his partner, Ya Mei Zahng, want for diners looking for a bit ...


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Longtime banker Dean Massey plans to close books on 35-year career

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To understand what put the nation in the deep financial hole it now occupies, analysts needn’t look much further than the five “C’s” of credit. Practically all of them were ignored in the rush to offer credit in the ...


Biz Buzz, May 23, 2010

By Staff

What Pam Miears refers to as her re-creation following a layoff doesn’t follow logical thought. She went from 15 years of working as a pharmaceutical sales rep to, uh, repairing paint chips and scratches and applying 3M clear-bra ...


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Office Depot moving into vacant Circuit City building

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Office Depot in Grand Junction is moving, but it isn’t going far. The big-box retail outlet is moving into the abandoned Circuit City building located next door at 2449 U.S. Highway 6&50, company officials said. Melissa Perlman, ...


Wells Fargo regional president Dean Massey retiring in August

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Dean Massey, who started his Wells Fargo banking career 35 years ago as a teller in Grand Junction, is retiring at the end of August from his current post as the bank’s western Colorado regional president. Massey was president of the ...


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Shuttle taps winery market

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What started as a small business with a funny name 15 years ago still is in the western Colorado transportation industry, working its way into niche after niche. American Spirit Shuttle, http://www.americanspiritshuttle.net, began business as ...


Biz Buzz, May 16, 2010

By Staff

Growing up in a town 12 miles from Philadelphia, Jason Fenton loved genuine Philly steak sandwiches, something he said couldn’t be found in this area in his 10 years here. That changed May 7, when he opened J’s Philly Steaks, 936 ...


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Omar’s Catering expands to offer breakfast, lunch

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Omar’s Catering has won the Daily Sentinel’s Best of the West competition for best catering service nearly every year since Omar Campos opened his Grand Junction business seven years ago. He figured it was time to give people ...


Biz Buzz, May 9, 2010

By Staff

Domenic Discuillo said he knows many women who get excited about going to their hair salon. He hopes his new business venture will do the same for men. Discuillo on Saturday opened Men’s Room, what he calls the area’s only ...


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