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Study spurs board to start Horizon Drive project

By Emily Shockley

The recently released results of an Economic Impact and Traffic Report for the Horizon Drive District has convinced district board members to move forward with plans to spruce up the area. The $14,500 study combined a survey of businesses in ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 23, 2011

By Staff

They make up most of the customer base, but women aren’t the only customers at Wax What? The waxing and airbrushing business opened Aug. 1 at 480 West Park Drive, Unit 105 and offers service to both sexes. “We get more women than ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 16, 2011

By Staff

Anyone on the east end of the Grand Valley craving a Grand Slam or Moons Over My Hammy breakfast at all hours now has easier access to it. A second Denny’s restaurant will hold its official grand opening at 7 a.m. Monday in the former ...


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Powderhorn hires resort veteran

By Dave Buchanan

If you had to build a résumé for the new general manager at Powderhorn Resort, you might spend hours compiling the desired qualifications. Or, you might just hire Daren Cole and call it good. That’s what happened earlier this ...


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Beer in one hand, brush in the other

By William Woody

MONTROSE — New business owners Eileen DeJulio and Michele Jeffrey have created a place where novice artists can have fun and summon their creative side. DeJulio and Jeffrey are the creators of The Pickled Painter, 209 Main St. in ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 9, 2011

By Staff

Signs covering the windows at 501 Main St. advertised a September arrival for Guild Mortgage, but co-Manager Justin Harris said construction was delayed, and Guild’s move downtown will happen in the middle of this month instead. The ...


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Benge’s celebrates a century

By Emily Shockley

If you’ve been to Benge’s Shoe Store at 514 Main St., there’s a good chance owner Bruce Benge knows your name and your shoe size. Benge prides himself on personalized customer service and credits friendly personnel and a ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 2, 2011

By Staff

In realizing her long-held dream of owning a basket store, Julie Kleinrath refused to compromise on location. “I had to be on Main Street,” she said. “I was insistent. And I drove the real estate agent nuts. ... I felt the ...


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New Fruita loan program will aid small businesses

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Having watched several storefronts close and others struggle to stay open as consumers bitten by the recession spend cautiously and banks reduce lending, the city of Fruita has stepped up with a new program intended to bolster its business ...


Biz Buzz, Sept. 25, 2011

By Staff

When a friend called recently to tell him about a space available to lease inside consumer-electronics store U.S. Tech, 2465 Patterson Road, Tony Cabral found a place in Grand Junction to offer the same kind of computer support, repair, ...


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