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Local CEOs share secrets of success with budding entrepreneurs

By Greg Ruland

Chief executives from more than 15 Grand Valley businesses agreed during a roundtable discussion at Chez Lena restaurant Tuesday that employees are the biggest asset, but also the biggest liability, of most companies. They also decided the ...


Business Briefcase: Big O shows support for law enforcement

By Staff

Big O shows support for law enforcement Employees and ownership at local Big O Tires stores launched a community-wide campaign this month to show support for law enforcement, according to a news release. The campaign lasts through January ...


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Top shop for ceramics

By Greg Ruland

CoorsTek keeps its secrets behind concrete walls and aluminum siding down by the Colorado River. Local commuters race along Riverside Parkway never realizing they just passed by a key division of the global manufacturing powerhouse that ...


Biz Buzz, Jan. 18, 2015

By Staff

An affordable pet day care center aimed at making kennel services available to just about everyone who needs them opened a colorful, comfortable dog care center on North Avenue late last month. Dozens of dog and cat lovers who already know the ...


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Strength in numbers: Fruita co-op puts capital savings to work on expansion project

By Greg Ruland

The Fruita Consumers Cooperative Association — more well-known to folks as the Fruita Co-op — finished 2014 with nearly $3 million set aside for improvements and more than $520,000 in net profits, a year of growth and change that ...


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Sperber now VP at ANB Bank

By Staff

Sperber now VP at ANB Bank ANB Bank announced last week it has promoted Kileigh Sperber to vice president. A cash management officer at the Grand Junction banking center, Sperber serves as the primary point of contact for business and ...


BizBuzz, Jan. 15

By Staff

Las Marias, a popular downtown Mexican eatery that grew a large following in the past year because of its fast, friendly service, handmade tamales, giant breakfast enchiladas and flavorful green chili, has decided to delay building a new ...


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Minimum wage increase in Colorado still leaves some workers short

By Greg Ruland

The 23-cent increase in Colorado’s minimum wage provoked mixed reactions from local business owners and county officials, but did little to close the gap between full-time pay and the cost of living in Mesa County. The raise from $8 to ...


Biz Buzz, Jan. 11, 2015

By Staff

Two local women with a heightened sense of design and a shared passion for fine art are bringing two generations of artists and art lovers together at the city’s latest business to combine artistic creation and adult beverages. Pamela ...


Trampoline park financed with help from 
federal small business lending program

By Greg Ruland

Get Air at the Silo Adventure Center bounced onto the Grand Junction business scene eight months ago with a plan brought to life by local bankers and a federal lending program normally used by residential home buyers. Joe White, a former ...


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