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Exporting Colorado: Exports tick up, attract new money to state

By Greg Ruland

olorado exports ticked up in manufacturing, agriculture and mining last year, increasing overall sales across the state by $400 million compared to 2012, state officials said last week. Colorado’s exports of manufactured, agricultural ...


Business Briefcase, Feb. 20

By Staff

Agribusiness names new board The Rocky Mountain Agribusiness Association named a new board of directors, including Sandra McDonald, who will serve as the 2014 president of the association. McDonald is the first woman to serve as president ...


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Latino-focused credit union would help restore dignity to community, lawyer says

By Greg Ruland

Two local business leaders want to plant seeds for commercial markets among the city’s many Latino entrepreneurs — job creators who are just beginning to realize their ethnic clout. Their simple plan, to help financially empower ...


Biz buzz, Feb. 16, 2014

By Staff

When it comes to local businesses being rated on Internet comparison sites, it’s clear that reputation goes a long way. In that vein, local longtime auto repair shop Simpson Brothers Garage, 2510 Weslo Ave., is the recipient of a 2013 ...


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Vending machine owners ask city to reconsider tax on food

By Greg Ruland

Grand Junction, Mesa County and the state of Colorado tax candy and soda sold by vending machines. The city also taxes all other food sold from vending machines, but that local law is about to change. Under existing ordinances, all food ...


BizBuzz, Feb. 13

By Staff

■ A popular Mexican restaurant known for its green chile and tamales reopened at a new location downtown, 118 S. Seventh St., the place where a pub known as Tenacious Brothers formerly operated. Maria Maestas is tenacious, but her new ...


Bullfrog drilling results are in; president speaks at trade dinner

By Greg Ruland

The first test of mineral deposits on Grand Junction-based Bullfrog Gold Corp.‘s Queen of Sheba land since 1995 yielded 0.079 ounces of gold per ton, according to a news release. Results are in from Bullfrog’s phase 4 drilling ...


Local tech firm buys Texas’ Itsa Energy

By The Daily Sentinel

A Grand Junction-based technology company that manufactures equipment and software for the oil and gas industry shored up control of its territory in Texas with the acquisition of Itsa Energy last week. Itsa supports upstream and midstream ...


Business Briefcase, Feb. 13

By Staff

Big day for United Way at Taste of the Grand Valley United Way of Mesa County, 422 White Ave., raised about 75 percent of its goal as of Tuesday following the successful conclusion of the 12th Annual Home Loan Taste of the Grand ...


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Choosing preparer is taxing decision

By Greg Ruland

Deciding whom to trust financial records with at tax time is an important decision that depends on more than which consultant employs the most eye-catching sign-twirler. Taxpayers are responsible for the accuracy of all entries made on their ...


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