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Biz Buzz, July 24, 2014

By Staff

Main Street Cafe, 504 Main St., celebrates 22 years in business Sunday. “We opened on July 27, 1992, at 832 S. Seventh St.,” owner Evan Gluckman said. “We endured the reconstruction of both Seventh and Main streets and are ...


Changes made to farmers weekly downtown event rub vendors, retailers the right way

By Greg Ruland

Now in its fifth week, the Downtown Farmers Market attracts patrons at an increasing pace while vendor complaints about changes in the way the event is organized have largely faded away. According to some retailers, the event adds an entire ...

Biz Buzz: July 20, 2014

By Staff

Gordon Barker of 4-B Distributing, 3042 Belford Court, launched his business in 1979, along with his late wife, Ellen. Since then, the company has grown its product line to more than a dozen food snacks, which Barker delivers to outlets all ...


Trailer parks offer some of the highest returns around on real estate investments

By Greg Ruland

It’s an offensive stereotype: Mobile home parks harbor oddballs, deadbeats and undesirables, according to popular media. They often supply the backdrop for comically tragic portrayals of out-of-work people in movies and on ...

Biz Buzz, July 17, 2014

By Staff

A new, all-you-can eat buffet restaurant opened on North Avenue this month and customers are praising it for its freshness and variety. All the Mexican food at Dos Reales Tortilleria, 2958 North Ave., is prepared with love by the matriarch of ...


Business Briefcase, July 17, 2014

By Staff

Altrusa of Delta wins awards, prizes At the District 10 Conference in Grand Junction, the Altrusa of Delta club walked home with many awards and prizes, including: ■ First place for the Nancy Taylor Environmental Award based on its ...


KJCT could go dark if not sold

By Greg Ruland

A Grand Junction television station risks going dark because a complicated deal to buy its broadcast license fell apart in June due to new federal regulations. KJCT Channel 8 could shut down if it is unable to sell its license soon, company ...

Biz Buzz, July 13, 2014

By Staff

When was the last time you saw a tasteful, six-foot long, three-foot tall, portrait of a nude prostitute from Texas? How about if the painting is still attached to the wall of the 1940s bordello from which it was removed? Wait no more. That ...


Briefcase, July 10, 2014

By Staff

New pain specialist Clark joins Healing Healing Horizons Integrated Health Solutions welcomed Michelle Clark, a new pain specialist. Clark comes to Grand Junction from a small western Pennsylvania town called Ligonier, where she had an ...


Minnows schooling for local shark tank

By Greg Ruland

The minnows are schooling again for the second Young Entrepreneurs Academy, where youngsters as young as 11 years old compete for investor dollars in a pressure cooker known as the “shark tank.” With four weeks left before most ...

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