Business

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Plentiful strip mall spots offer opportunities for businesses

By Emily Shockley

One by one, Jan Jackson’s neighbors began to disappear. The cycle shop left. The furniture store left. The women-only gym left. The window and door company left. The coffee shop left. Jackson, who owns The Great Frame-Up, is down to ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz June 28, 2009

By Staff

• Fast Eddy’s Sports Bar, 1224 25th St., has moved into the former location of The Metro Playhouse and opened as an environmentally friendly bar. Sam Cuch, a manager at Fast Eddy’s, said the bar’s owner gutted the ...


Businesses troubled over proposed laws

By Dan Bennett

Chris Brown wants legislators to allow him to get down to business. The owner of Brown Cycles at 549 Main St. wishes he didn’t have to send 25 percent of what he doles out in paychecks to the federal government, and he’s worried ...


Bresnan’s seventh anniversary in western Colorado also marks the company’s 25th year

By {screen_name}

Seven years into its franchise in Mesa County, Bresnan Communications will keep up with changes in the fast-moving information business, company officials said. Bresnan first acquired the cable-television franchise in the Grand Valley and has ...


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Man battling county over permitting of his stone farm

By Staff

Rudy Fontanari’s crop needs no water, fertilizer or even sunlight, but it does need a lawyer. Fontanari owns Western Slope Flagstone, located in Clifton off 33 Road at E 3/4 Road. His rock farm has grown to 20,000 tons since starting in ...


Homes Sold June 2009

By Penny Stine

June 3-9, 2009 City 580 Bookcliff #5 $112,000.00p Delta 1749 H Road $120,000.00 1693 H Road $132,500.00 Fruita 425 Elmwood Court $105,000.00 1501 Powis Lane $410,000.00 Glade Park TBD S 21 1/2 Road $180,500.00 Montrose 1601 Branding ...


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Some firms’ customer base may get slimmer during time of recession

By Emily Shockley

Dog owners are always relieved to see Eddie and Holly Anthony arrive at their door with a scoop and a shovel. “Everybody is like, ‘Thank God, you’re here,’ because they don’t want to do it themselves,” ...


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Resorts try to drive locals with discounts near home

By Emily Shockley

Last year it was the staycation. This year it’s the cheapcation. Hotels in resort, mountain and tourist towns within driving distance of Grand Junction are offering discounts, free nights and golf and spa packages. Each town offers ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz June 14, 2009

By Emily Shockley

• Healing Horizons, 2139 N. 12th St., No. 7, will nearly double in size once construction on the business is complete within the next week. April Schulte-Barclay already offers acupuncture, Chinese herbs and nutrition therapy and employs ...


Investor’s trump card turning into a joker

By {screen_name}

Fran Paiva played bridge with some of the world’s best and most famous players, and she knew a trump card when she saw one. Or at least she thought she did. Paiva, now 82 and living in an Alzheimer’s care facility in upstate New ...


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