Business

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North Area Holiday Inn

A Mixed Bag: Some north-area projects are moving right along. Others wait for better days.

By Penny Stine

The economic woes of the rest of the country have surfaced in Grand Junction, although not on the scale seen in some rust belt towns and neighborhoods. In the north area, where residential lots are hard to find and the hospitality business ...


Montrose Mall

Montrose: Southern edge of town attracting commercial development

By Penny Stine

With two state highways bisecting the town, a regional airport that serves ten times as many visitors as residents, and a location that puts it an hour’s drive from almost every available recreational activity offered in the state of ...


Fruita Doohickeys and Dinosaurs

New hospital, library and rec center are changing the face of Fruita

By Penny Stine

Access to both health care and recreation can be powerful draws for a community, and Fruita has stepped up to the plate in both areas. Family Health West anticipates that its new hospital will open its doors on July 1, offering better ...


Delta Downtown

Delta: farm town becomes a regional destination

By Penny Stine

Like most towns on the Western Slope, Delta is growing. And yes, some of their growth can be traced to the energy industry. Coal mining has been a steady contributor to the Delta County economy for years, and now Delta is starting to see ...


DeBeque Bank

DeBeque decides to grow with times

By Penny Stine

Although DeBeque declared itself a Wild Horse Sanctuary City in 2001, holds Wild Horse Days every August, and has erected a statue in honor of the mustangs that make their home in the nearby canyons, DeBeque is becoming more than just a small ...


Change is on the horizon in Clifton

By Penny Stine

The future of Clifton is up in the air right now; it’s in an unincorporated area in Mesa County. It’s not part of Grand Junction like Orchard Mesa or the Redlands, yet it is not a separate city or township, like Fruita or Palisade. ...


Mesa State New Residence Halls

City:  A work in progress

By Penny Stine

Although the city contains some of the oldest housing areas in the region, it’s also an area that’s constantly changing. New commercial buildings, new restaurants, remodeling projects and street redesigns are all contributing to an ...


Convenient or not: Glade Park is still paradise to many

By Penny Stine

Although Glade Park has changed over the years, it’s not a community where anything happens overnight. That can be both a blessing and a curse. Right now, the community is fighting to keep its post office, which has been housed in a ...


SUN BIZ VACATION HOME 12060

Buy a home, take a trip

By Emily Shockley

Local real estate agents and sellers are coming up with some unique ways to sell homes. Ray Rickard, a real estate developer and a Realtor with RE/MAX 4000, said he wanted to garner more interest in six homes he developed in the Woodridge ...


Biz Buzz, Dec. 6, 2009

By Staff

Hooters opens Monday at 2880 North Ave. The restaurant offers chicken wings, seafood, salads, sandwiches, burgers, appetizers and desserts, plus waitresses in skimpy white and orange outfits. Grand Junction will be the seventh Colorado city ...


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