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Community Hospital forced to lay off staff

By Amy Hamilton

Community Hospital on Thursday announced it would have to lay off some staff members starting in January. The numbers of layoffs haven’t been announced, but positions will be eliminated in areas that do not include patient care, ...


Goodies and Gifts auctioned for less than $7K

By Emily Shockley

Everything inside Goodies and Gifts, 484 28 Road, went piecemeal at auction Wednesday for a total of $6,919. The state seized the food and novelty store and its contents two weeks ago. The business failed to forward $2,897.95 in sales tax to ...


Telluride snowboarding event jolt ski-season economy

By Dave Buchanan

The economic ripples from the 2009 Snowboardcross World Cup races this weekend at Telluride aren’t confined to businesses lining the narrow San Miguel River valley. As businesses in Telluride count the reasons they are happy to host ...


Staying afloat if your home has negative equity

By Emily Shockley

As with most economic trends, Grand Junction is a bit behind when it comes to negative equity. Having negative equity on a property, also known as being underwater or upside down, occurs when a property is worth less than it was when a person ...


Biz Buzz, Dec. 13, 2009

By Staff

The Green Burrito and Carl’s Jr. opened a dual-branded restaurant Friday at 2842 North Ave. Burger chain Carl’s Jr. has a store at the location but has added on a restaurant section for The Green Burrito, which offers a fresh salsa ...


Irish pub going into old St. Regis

By Emily Shockley

The historic St. Regis Hotel building has been home to several restaurants in recent years, from a high-class eatery to a cajun joint. None have lasted long. Eric Wilmot and Vanessa Funches hope to buck that trend with Naggy McGee’s ...


Whitewater River

Whitewater poised for growth, still a great place for solitude

By Penny Stine

Mesa County has written the plan for Whitewater, and is now implementing it through the rezoning process and by bringing sewer to the rural community. “518 parcels have the potential to be rezoned,” says Michael Warren, senior ...


Southeast Probuild

Southeast/Pear Park: Slower pace allows infrastructure to catch up

By Penny Stine

While the economic slowdown may have put the brakes on some plans for building and development in the southeast area, other developer’s plans are proceeding, perhaps a bit slower than they were two years ago. “We’re being a ...


Riverside Dual Immersion

Riverside: New things are happening in an old neighborhood

By Penny Stine

It’s one of Grand Junction’s oldest neighborhoods, within walking distance to downtown, with great views of the monument and right next to the Colorado Riverfront Trail. It’s also one of the most overlooked areas in town. All ...


Redlands Premier Pasta

Recreation a big attraction in the Redlands

By Penny Stine

Houses may not be going up as fast and furious as in previous years, but the Redlands remains a desirable place to live, even as new construction in some developments has stopped. Other subdivisions, like Redlands Valley off Broadway, have ...


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