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New air quality standards could have costly impact on businesses

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Businesses in the Grand Valley will find themselves dealing with more regulation and possibly buying new emissions-control equipment if Mesa County’s air quality falls below new standards in coming years. The U.S. Environmental ...


Grand Junction experiences highest job loss per capita than any other city

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction lost a greater percentage of employees than any other metropolitan area in the United States between November 2008 and November 2009, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The city lost 5,300 employees ...


New snow brings dollars, skiers to slopes

By Dave Buchanan

The white stuff outweighs the green stuff. Or, good snow trumps the bad economy. The holiday season is among the busiest periods for Colorado ski resorts — President’s Week is another biggie — so it’s not unexpected ...


St. Mary’s exec Ladenburger to lead Denver facilities for Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth

By Amy Hamilton

Bob Ladenburger was the first chief executive officer of St. Mary’s Hospital from outside of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth health system. After 10 years with the system, Landenburger was tapped Tuesday to oversee operations at ...


GJ shoe store owner’s business style earns him national honor

By Ann Wright

Winston Churchill liked shoes with zippers for their convenience, according to biographer John Keegan (“Winston Churchill: A Life”). Style was optional for the British prime minister. Bruce Benge likes shoes with comfort for ...


‘New’ Feedlot inspires memories of folks’ former favorite eatery

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Like many Grand Junction residents, Russ and Tami Parker have fond memories of a restaurant called the Feedlot Restaurant and Lounge, which served juicy steaks and fresh salads to locals for nearly 20 years. That restaurant at 118 Main St. ...


Biz Buzz, Jan. 10, 2010

By Staff

The dirt on the return of The Hot Tomato Cafe and Pizzeria to Fruita is this: The soil at 124 N. Mulberry St. meets Environmental Protection Agency standards, and the restaurant owners can renovate the building there and open shop. Hot Tomato ...


Merchants get a break; Main Street closure delayed

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Main Street merchants got a reprieve this week when Grand Junction city officials pushed back the expected closure of the street between First and Fourth streets. That will come to an end early Monday morning, when the street will shut down ...


Pricing differs for oil, natural gas

By Staff

When oil kicked off 2010 on Monday by trading at more than $81 a barrel, the price of natural gas posted an increase as well. But industry experts in Colorado say it would be a mistake to assume the two commodities’ values march in ...


Biz Buzz, Jan. 3, 2010

By Staff

The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce’s memberships decreased 12 percent in 2009, but the chamber closed the year with some positive news: 25 new members joined in the final six weeks of 2009. “That may bode well for next ...


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