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Biz Buzz, Nov. 20, 2011

By Staff

After 12 years of retirement, Ray Teetsel said he was “just getting bored,” so his thoughts turned to running a small business. That yielded Yore Emporium, 510 30 Road, where the 68-year-old buys, sells and consigns items, just a ...


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Raising the curtain on downtown Rifle

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If a freeze on new construction during an economic recession is the rule, Rifle is proving to be the exception. With the assistance of a voter-approved sales-tax increase, the city’s downtown area has been revitalized within the last ...


Biz Buzz, Nov. 13, 2011

By Staff

Gale Foster said she always wanted a little coffee shop, and after 30 years in the banking and lending business, she recently decided it was time to make it a reality. The timing of her decision was remarkable because that coffee shop ...


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European fare brought to Montrose’s Blue Table

By William Woody

A simple menu, elegant plating and a return to traditional European-style service is what chef Santiago Estrada is striving for in The Blue Table, a new restaurant in downtown Montrose. Estrada, 29, is the head chef of The Blue Table, 1135 E. ...


Biz Buzz, Nov. 6, 2011

By Staff

The sign has been visible for a couple of weeks, and people frequently were swinging by the Daylight Donuts on Orchard Mesa to see if it was open. Friday, the wait ended, and the first two days were doozies, according to Troy Ritter, one of ...


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Gym, counseling activities combined in new center

By Emily Shockley

Kim Philia combined her experience as a former gym owner with her more-recent experience as a counselor to create Defy Gravity Youth and Community Center. The center at 3198 C Road had its grand opening Friday. On Mondays, Tuesdays, and ...


Oil shale developer went public Monday

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The parent company of American Shale Oil, which is working to develop oil shale in northwest Colorado, went public Monday at $9.33 a share, and by Tuesday the stock price fell to $8.20. Colorado officials, meanwhile, approved the ...


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Montrose woodworker specializes in bringing forgotten, neglected logs to life as rustic furniture

By Staff

Story and photos by WILLIAM WOODY Modern feel with a rustic mountain look is what Montrose native and woodworker Adam Duncan strives for in his custom furniture creations. On Oct. 15, Adam and his wife, Yesenia, opened A + Y Design Gallery ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 30, 2011

By Staff

The Grand Valley’s third Supercuts will open Monday at 3235 Interstate 70 Business in the Peach Tree Shopping Center in Clifton. Two husband-wife teams, Sean and Cheri Taylor and Justin and Lynn Seeley, co-own all three locations, and ...


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American Furniture Warehouse adding competition to GJ market

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When American Furniture Warehouse opened a store in Grand Junction in 1984, it was in the midst of the oil shale bust. Home prices collapsed. Unemployed residents moved out of the area. The store lasted a year before succumbing. As the ...


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