Business

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Montrose business groups merge

By Amy Hamilton

Three Montrose business organizations are combining in an effort to streamline marketing efforts for local businesses and tourism. The group, Montrose Association of Commerce and Tourism, includes the Montrose Area Merchants Association, the ...


Western Pump & Dredge is hiring, but applicants must be willing to travel

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Western Pump & Dredge is one Grand Valley energy business that’s hiring — mostly for work in Pennsylvania and North Dakota. Western Pump & Dredge, founded in 1992 by Jack Hays, saw its business, along with others in ...


Biz Buzz, Feb. 14, 2010

By Staff

Barry Manilow wrote songs that made the whole world sing, and Dr. Don Brown says he helped keep the renowned entertainer smiling along the way. And while the former Palm Desert, Calif., dentist still calls Manilow a friend, he now calls Grand ...


Construction set for new downtown hotel

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Construction is to begin this spring in downtown Grand Junction on a 100-room SpringHill Suites by Marriott. The project could expand the marketing of Two Rivers Convention Center to groups of as many as 300 people. Owners Kevin Reimer and ...


Biz Buzz, Feb. 7, 2010

By Staff

Hankering for some homemade Amish noodles, jams, jellies, peanut butter, pickles, salsa, beets or chow chow? Go to your local grocer: Black Carriage Furniture, 2580 U.S. Highway 6&50, next to Grand Junction Chrysler Jeep Dodge. Black ...


Grand Junction shows signs of being behind U.S. economic recovery

By Emily Shockley

The fourth quarter nationwide may have looked rosier than the last three months of 2009 in Mesa County. Personal income in the United States increased by 4 percent, disposable personal income increased 4.8 percent, the worth of products made ...


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Annual banquet, GJ Area Chamber of Commerce, Jan. 29, 2010

By William Woody

The annual get-together celebrating Grand Junction’s many businesses.  ...


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Obama draws praise, skepticism from Grand Junction audience

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President Obama’s call for more jobs and help for small banks and small businesses drew guarded applause and skepticism Wednesday night. “He threw out some good ideas,” said Kris Cox of Labor Etc., an employment agency in ...


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 ...


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