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A risk to your estate we must start talking about

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

The statistics are intimidating. According to, 70 percent of seniors will need some form of long-term care. Neither Medicare nor Obamacare will pay for these costs. Nor will the typical health insurance policy. Yet the ...


Oil and gas industry impact, import stressed at local Chamber forum

By Duffy Hayes

Amid declining oil and gas operations statewide and across the country, one of the industry’s strongest voices visited with Western Slope business leaders Wednesday, touting an important message of resilience. “While we know this ...

Biz Buzz: March 17, 2016

By Staff

A T-Mobile retail outlet recently vacated the storefront it occupied next to the Dairy Queen at Seventh Street and North Avenue in preparation for a move five blocks east, where a new space is being prepared at 12th Street and North Avenue. ...


Go Code contest challenges local entrepreneurs

By Greg Ruland

About 50 tech-minded entrepreneurs kept their eyes on the prize last week when state and chamber officials explained how they could compete for $25,000 in this year’s Go Code Colorado contest. The contest will award $25,000 to each of ...

Biz Buzz, March 13, 2016

By Staff

Natasha and Michael Haley are marking Ganic Grub’s three-year anniversary this month by permanently parking the food truck business they launched in spring 2013 to instead focus on event catering and a new Take and Bake home-cooked meal ...

Cows, March 12, 2016

By Staff

Delta Sales Yard Inc.: Market report for March 10: Steers: 200 to 400 lbs., $1.85 to $2.30; 400 to 500 lbs., $1.85 to $2.20; 500 to 600 lbs., $1.60 to $1.95; 600 to 700 lbs., $1.55 to $1.76; 700 to 800 lbs., $1.50 to $1.56; 800 to 900 lbs., ...


CoorsTek to ramp up production, add jobs

By Greg Ruland

A recent decision by federal regulators allowing a special pink ceramic to be used in medical devices sold in the U.S. means the Grand Junction manufacturer making the colorful compound will soon invest millions of dollars to ramp up ...

Biz Buzz, March 10, 2016

By Staff

Girlfriends, formerly located at 316 Main St., has relocated one block east to 438 Main St., store owners announced this week. The building at 316 Main St. sold earlier this year, said Jennie-McKee Mason, Girlfriends owner. “I faced a ...

Biz Briefcase: March 10, 2016

By Staff

1,000 Grand Junction Walmart employees get a raise As part of the largest single-day, private-sector pay increase ever, more than 1.2 million Walmart and Sam’s Club associates in the U.S., including more than 1,000 in Grand Junction ...


A new Market in the City

By Greg Ruland

The newest City Market in the nation hired around 80 talented workers from diverse backgrounds and transferred 55 more from other stores in time for a 9 a.m. ribbon-cutting and grand opening ceremony in Grand Junction on Wednesday, company ...

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