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Biz Buzz: Dec. 4, 2014

By Staff

The latest addition to the Randy’s Southside Diner chain of restaurants finally opened shortly before Thanksgiving and it didn’t take long for fans to find the newest location where owner Randy Emmons’ flavorful food can be ...


Young entrepreneurs pushed harder at academy this year

By Greg Ruland

More than a dozen charged-up teenagers met for the first time Tuesday with Grand Valley business experts who volunteered to help them create a perfect pitch for potential investors and advance in a contest to win $50,000. Connections were ...


Grieving over pets

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A new Grand Valley business will offer pain management and care for pets on their last wag. Just as traditional hospice services offer end-of-life care for humans, River Valley Gateway, opening Monday, will offer end-of-life care for furry ...

Biz Buzz: Nov. 30, 2014

By Staff

After months of hits and misses — mostly hits — at various events and festivals around Colorado and Utah, Stephen and Donna Fullerton decided to open a more permanent location for their colorful clothing and accessories business, ...


Always online: In growing retail trend, young shoppers lean on smartphones for striking deals

By Greg Ruland

Young people with heads bowed are driving a retail revolution thanks, to their increasing use of smartphones for online purchases, according to a survey completed in October. More than 50 percent of millennials — people born from the ...

Biz Buzz: Nov. 27, 2014

By Staff

A legal notice posted on the door of the former Carino’s at 2480 U.S. Highway 6&50 declares Modesto and Grizelda Ramos of Castle Rock, along with their business associates, Antonio Amador of Redmond, Oregon, and Alma Aguilar de Gomez ...


New truck route around downtown Delta spurs boosters to launch business improvement district

By Greg Ruland

Some Main Street Delta business owners are concerned the city’s debt on a $15 million truck bypass will prevent it from funding improvements to Delta’s historic downtown. Others are concerned the new route will steer thousands of ...

BIZ BUZZ FOR 11-23-14

By Staff

Fans of chic, glamorous dance and party wear know Dolly Jo Teske will do back flips to fit them with the best quality, made-in-America clothing. All they have to do is drop by her new Fashion DC Boutique location at 200 W. Grand Ave., two ...

Loma cows, Nov. 23, 2014

By Staff

Western Slope 
Cattlemen’s Livestock: Market report for Nov. 19–21: Steers: 200 to 300 lbs., few $340 to $395; 300 to 400 lbs., $360 to $390; 400 to 500 lbs., $330 to $385; 500 to 600 lbs., $250 to 327.50, 500 to 550 lbs. ...


Total Transitions helps seniors adjust to new surroundings with thoughtful action plans

By Greg Ruland

A Grand Junction consulting firm that relieves seniors of the physical and mental burdens of moving to a new home is a savvy entrepreneurial response to the fast-growing market of people 65 and older who need to rely on others for help. Total ...

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