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Economic indicators across local industries reveal more of the same

By Greg Ruland

A series of measures of regional economic activity released earlier this month by Mesa County shows that while some arrows are pointing in the right direction, many seem to be pointing to much of the same — a stagnant ...


Six restaurants make up the first class 
of ‘Partners for Food Safety’ with county

By Greg Ruland

Six local restaurants want diners to know they serve the safest, as well as the tastiest, food in Mesa County. They won recognition this week as “Partners for Food Safety,” the first participants in a new county program that ...

Business Buzz, June 25, 2015

By Staff

Unexpected demand for the Bin 707 Foodbar menu has forced the restaurant to change its hours of operation in order to make sure the food and the people who work at the popular Grand Junction restaurant stay fresh. In a scale-back that ...

Business Briefcase, June 25, 2015

By Staff

Armed forces compete at Roadhouse Texas Roadhouse, 2870 North Ave., invites the public to the most official rib-eating challenge in town — no bones about it — at 1 p.m. Saturday. When the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine ...

Story of lawsuit-laden East West Roofing is cautionary tale for folks seeking roofing work

By Greg Ruland

An out-of-business roofing company faces five active lawsuits in Mesa County District Court, including four alleging more than $40,000 in total damages, court records show. A fifth lawsuit evicted East West Roofing from its North Avenue ...

Biz Buzz, June 21, 2015

By Staff

The Downtown Grand Junction Farmers Market is hoping to attract young entrepreneurs to participate in the weekly market, according to Robin Brown, special events coordinator for Downtown Grand Junction. “There are some great stories ...


Redlands Dos Hombres changes hands, but 
is expected to maintain its consistent ways

By Greg Ruland

The Redlands Dos Hombres restaurant, a landmark destination for area diners since the late 1970s, has been sold to new owners. Scott and Mo Howard announced this week that the restaurant they helped found 38 years ago is changing hands, if ...


Biz Briefcase: June 18, 2015

By Staff

Dream Big hosts second event on the water A local real estate broker and avid water skier joined forces with others last year to found a nonprofit organization dedicated to giving people with disabilities a fun time on the water. The group ...

Biz Buzz: June 18, 2015

By Staff

Ever nimble, Colorado gophers survive by reproducing at high rates and adapting to changing conditions. In the Redlands, Go-Fer Foods survives in a similar way, adapting to the change in business conditions at the Monument Village Shopping ...


Radon report kills real estate deal

By Greg Ruland

You can’t see it, smell it, or taste it, but radon gas causes lung cancer and accumulates inside hundreds of Grand Valley homes. It’s a real problem for both home buyers and home sellers because about half of all residences in ...

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