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Biz Buzz, May 15, 2011

By Staff

After 15 years of working in the oil and gas industry, Michael Horelka asked God to help him find a way out. He found his answer on a T-shirt. And now he sells them. In mid-April, he opened Victory Train: Christian Apparel with a Twist, ...


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Montrose man’s solar rechargeable lights avoid others’ pitfalls

By Dave Buchanan

Steve Nagel was seeking a better rechargeable light source, and when the idea bulb illuminated in his mind, it wasn’t an incandescent bulb. It was the UV Paqlite, a foldable, rollable, rechargeable and inexpensive source of light based ...


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Hobby Lobby to open its new store Monday

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Hobby Lobby will open its new Grand Junction store on U.S. Highway 6&50 on Monday, moving the arts and crafts retailer into a larger space and a higher-traffic area of town. The new 56,000-square-foot store adjacent to Lowe’s Home ...


Biz Buzz, May 8, 2011

By Staff

The reason for selling the steel supply and recycling business they started in a sagebrush field in 1982 was simple: Emmett and Helen Bonner wanted to retire. They are 72 years old, and the couple sold Bonner Supply Co., 2365 River Road, to ...


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Wine Country Inn makes top 100 hotels list

By Emily Shockley

The Wine Country Inn is the 78th best hotel in the world, according to Expedia.com’s annual ranking of the top 100 hotels. The online travel service picked the Palisade hotel as a 2011 Expedia Insider Select hotel based on Expedia guest ...


Snell-McLean Funeral Home’s closure upsets family

By Emily Shockley

Ruth Acord of Clifton and her sister Karen Smith of Hotchkiss are planning their mother’s funeral for the second time. The sisters thought they had the arrangements taken care of when Smith and her husband bought a preplanned funeral ...


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New hotel set to open in June

By Emily Shockley

A plethora of oil and gas workers seeking hotel rooms for weeks at a time a few years ago attracted Candlewood Suites to build a four-story hotel at 654 Market St. in Grand Junction. Not as many of those workers are in Mesa County today, but ...


Biz Buzz, May 1, 2011

By Staff

Concrete walls are being erected, and the new American Furniture Warehouse is taking shape for all who drive by on U.S. Highway 6&50 to see. Or, as Greg Motz puts it, “We’re starting to affect the skyline.” Motz, ...


Library offers finance classes

By Staff

Mesa County Libraries will offer a series of classes in May aimed at improving people’s personal finances, beginning with a class on identity theft May 3. The identity-theft class includes a panel discussion with law enforcement, ...


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We Make It Here: Western Filament

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Every day, nearly every household in the world unknowingly uses products made at Grand Junction company Western Filament. “Ninety-five percent of the world’s refrigerators and garbage disposals have our product in them,” ...


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