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Biz Buzz: Sept. 25, 2014

By Staff

Guitar god George Thorogood is set to rock the new-look Avalon Theatre next week, on Wednesday, Oct. 1, and one of his axes could be yours because of a collaboration with Big J Jewelry and Loan, 136 S. Seventh Stº. A classic ...


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Generous incentive programs at local McDonald’s restaurants keep managers, employees motivated

By Greg Ruland

A family-owned corporation that owns several McDonald’s restaurants in Grand Junction, Fruita and Moab succeeded in part because it values the people who work there, according to Shane King, owner and operator of King Enterprises. More ...


Biz Buzz: Sept. 21, 2014

By Staff

Octopus Coffee, 2678 U.S. 50, celebrated its one-year anniversary Sept. 4 thanks to residents of Orchard Mesa, Delta and surrounding communities, owner Alexis Bauer said. “It has really been a fine time. We look forward to many more ...


Business Briefcase: Sept. 18

By Staff

Find the ‘Path to Home Ownership’ Colorado Housing and Finance Authority, 348 Main St., hosts home ownership experts who will answer questions from
5 to 7 p.m. during today’s Downtown Farmers Market. Water, snacks ...


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Millennials on the job: ‘Gen Next’ talents come with attitude

By Greg Ruland

Frequently raised in a structured setting monitored by doting parents who told them repeatedly they were “special,” young workers known as “millennials” apparently developed an attitude. The world view that the ...


Biz Buzz: Sept. 18, 2014

By Staff

Canyon Retreats, a new business at Canyon Edge Farm in Glade Park, will host fitness, wellness and spa retreats for people within the Grand Junction community, said co-owners, David and Robbie Seng. Cooking classes and corporate and small ...


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Beef boom a boon for Loma livestock auction

By Greg Ruland

Beef prices were basically flat for local consumers this year, but cattle growers in Mesa and nearby counties reaped the benefit of high demand and limited supply for cattle on global markets, said Bill Martin, co-owner of Western Slope ...


Biz Buzz: Sept. 14, 2014

By Staff

To the shock and amazement of its many patrons, Raise ‘n Glaze, 2412 Patterson Road, was shut when customers arrived Thursday morning. “Today I went to get my favorite donuts and they’re closed for business. There were ...


Biz Buzz: Sept. 11, 2014

By Staff

Tickets to the annual Grand Junction Economic Partnership luncheon are going fast because local movers and shakers want to know what a nationally recognized expert thinks the city should do to recruit quality new businesses to the area. CH2M ...


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Economic impact varies during Grand Junction Off-Road

By Greg Ruland

Several Main Street merchants said they lost trade because of empty, blocked-off parking lots, obstructed thoroughfares and poor planning, a combination some said ruined what is normally a commercially successful Labor Day shopping ...


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