Business

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thrift store in vogue

Thrifty revival: More shoppers look for deals at resale stores

By Amy Hamilton

“Aren’t these cute?” Lori Meyer of Grand Junction asks, hoisting up a pair of black high-heeled boots. “And for a buck!” With several tops draped over her arm, Meyer was enjoying a bit of retail therapy earlier ...


Change is in the tax air

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As you gather income-tax records this year, don’t waste time. Professionals and people who file their own returns have a mountain of changes to factor into their forms, from rewards to purchasing new homes to writing off interest on new ...


Biz Buzz, Jan. 24, 2010

By Staff

Doohickeys & Dinosaurs and AnimaLoo’s Kid Zoo, 127 E. Aspen Ave. in Fruita has been closed in recent weeks to prepare for the going-out-of-business sale it will run this week. The majority of items will be marked down 70 percent or ...


CAT auction action

By Duffy Hayes

Scenes from the huge Caterpillar heavy equipment auction, held at the Mesa County Fairgrounds. June 30, 2009  ...


Which Wich? coming to Grand Junction

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After nearly 20 years of working side-by-side with businesses, helping them showcase their products and services through newspaper advertising, Robert Fowler decided to go into business for himself. In his search for the right concept, he ...


Biz Buzz, Jan. 17, 2010

By Staff

Learning Works, a store that specializes in educational supplies and toys, left the basement at 546 Main St. for a new home. Learning Works owners Pat and Christy Prickett closed shop downtown after the holiday shopping season. Now, the store ...


Real estate sales in 2009 bottom out

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Real estate sales in Mesa County plummeted to their lowest levels in 20 years in 2009, as the recession left people unable or unwilling to jump into the market. A report produced by Heritage Title Company in Grand Junction shows there were a ...


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 ...


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