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TrueStone a true hit

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

For many years, Randy DiDonato and his wife, Cheryl, owners of The Tile Meister, were the best customers of Palisade Marble, a local manufacturer of cultured stone.  The Tile Meister uses the product TrueStone, a polyester resin and ...

Biz Buzz, Oct. 7, 2012

By Staff

Liz Wingerter said her husband consistently hears from people who know exactly what they want in a tattoo, only to hear the tattoo artist say he or she can’t do it or try to modify the image the customer brings into the shop. “His ...

Delta/Loma Livestock, Oct. 6, 2012

By Staff

Delta Sales Yard RightAlign.43RightAlign.62RightAlign.85RightAlign.104RightAlign.131Market report for Oct. 4: Steers: 200 to 400 lbs., $1.60 to $2.06; 400 to 500 lbs., $1.52 to $1.80; 500 to 600 lbs., $1.42 to $1.56; 600 to 700 lbs., $1.35 to ...


Helton joins ownership team at Rifle dealership

By Dennis Webb

When Front Range car dealer Mike Peebles heard that the Columbine Ford dealership in Rifle was for sale, he thought of his friend, Colorado Rockies star Todd Helton. “He’s an outdoorsy, hunting guy. I thought it was a good fit. ...

Energy Fuels completes mine deal

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Energy Fuels Inc., the company proposing to build a uranium mill near Naturita, has completed the acquisition of property in Utah containing nearly 3 million pounds of uranium. The acquisition, in which Energy Fuels purchased the interests of ...


Rockslide tweaks its brews, will add more

By Duffy Hayes

People who pull up a barstool and order a draft craft beer from the Rockslide Brewpub in the next few months may notice something different — novel new recipes, brighter brews and a fresh approach to beer-making brought on by the hiring ...


Futile search for GarCo site leads oil, gas welder to Fruita

By Dennis Webb

To survive and thrive despite the local slowdown in drilling, a Western Slope oil and gas welding firm had to look outside Colorado for business. To accommodate the resulting growth, it had to look outside Garfield County for a new location, ...

Biz Buzz, Sept. 23, 2012

By Staff

The salad bar line will be reconfigured and the seating arrangement will look different, but the biggest change for Garden of Eat’n will be a new location when the vegetarian-friendly eatery reopens Thursday at 200 W. Grand Ave., Unit ...

Biz Buzz, Sept. 16, 2012

By Staff

Rachel May has spent her working life in health care, whether it’s been in long-term care with older citizens or with mentally challenged and disturbed children. Having worked the past few years on a contractual basis with Mesa ...

Summit looks to expand gas holdings portfolio

By Dennis Webb

Summit Midstream Partners, LLC, is seeking to vastly expand its local and overall natural gas pipeline holdings with a proposed $207 million acquisition. Summit announced Friday it has agreed to spend that amount to acquire ETC Canyon ...

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