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Left high and dry

By Greg Ruland

A struggling downtown theater operator gave himself until Monday to raise $5,500 to cover the cost of a new liquor license, after the city declined to extend the temporary license on which his business relied. With four days left before his ...

Biz Briefcase: March 5, 2015

By Staff

Award-winning author talks on creating characters Saturday Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Western Slope hosts a free workshop from 9:15 a.m. to noon Saturday at Grand Junction Business Incubator Center, 2591 Legacy Way. Award-winning author ...

Biz Buzz: March 5, 2015

By Staff

Hipster athletes with all the moves have marked their calendars for the March 21 “Silo Games,” a contest offering $500 to the first competitor to “overcome and successfully accomplish every set of events and courses” at ...

Biz Buzz: March 1, 2015

By Staff

The Ale House, 2531 N. 12th St., shut its doors last week pending the completion of renovations to the popular restaurant and brew pub, according to its Facebook page. The pub closed at 10 p.m. last Monday and is scheduled to reopen Tuesday ...


DQ plans larger, 
improved building 
at North Avenue spot

By Greg Ruland

Sometime after the summer Blizzard season, the landmark Dairy Queen at Seventh Street and North Avenue could disappear, only to be replaced by a bigger, brighter, more traffic-friendly “fan food” restaurant, city planners said last ...


U.S. Tech pulling the plug

By Greg Ruland

U.S. Tech, the long-lived electronic appliance and car stereo retailer, sent written invitations to 10,000 of its most loyal customers this month asking them to attend a liquidation sale that starts today. It will be the store’s last ...

Biz Buzz, Feb. 26, 2015

By Staff

The Local, 336 Main St., is a new after-hours hot spot situated in the former location of Loree’s Seafood & Steak House. Open until 4 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, the bistro specializes in Colorado products and Colorado people. ...


Biz Briefcase: Feb. 26, 2015

By Staff

Murray adds retirement plan expertise at Avant-Garde Jeff Murray has been hired as an independent wealth advisor for Avant-Garde Advisors in Grand Junction, the firm announced Tuesday. Avant-Garde is a registered investment advisor ...

Biz Buzz, Feb. 22, 2015

By Staff

Dr. Kyle Dunn recently went to work full time at his own veterinary medicine practice in the Redlands called Canyon Country Veterinary Services. Dunn operates out of Redlands Pet Clinic, 2517 Monument Road. Born and raised in Grand Junction, ...


Making plans early

By Greg Ruland

Sick and in pain from multiple sclerosis, 84-year-old Donna Cummings wanted peace of mind. She turned to her friend, Richard Crysler, for help. Anticipating death, she asked Crysler to locate a funeral home that would cremate her remains for ...

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