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081711 Whitewater Building

Whitewater Building Materials banking on economic rebound

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As the allure of retirement called to them or the recession-driven drop in profits weighed on them, the owners of several Grand Junction-based construction-related companies sold earlier this year, banking on buyers to maintain operations or ...

GJ airport business continues to soar

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The number of passengers who flew into and out of Grand Junction Regional Airport during the first half of this year climbed nearly 6 percent compared to the same time last year, a boost largely attributable to the addition of daily flights to ...

Biz Buzz, Aug. 14, 2011

By Staff

Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado is highly regarded for how it treats its patients, and it appears its employees think well of their employer, too. The hospice was named one of the Best Companies to Work for in Colorado, ...

Business Briefcase, Aug. 11, 2011

By Staff

Ramada Inn Grand Junction, 752 Horizon Drive, recently was awarded “The Best of 2011” award by Ramada Worldwide, placing the hotel among the best that the brand has to offer among its nearly 900 hotels. Among the criteria to win ...

Biz Buzz, Aug. 7, 2011

By Staff

Defying the recession and the slowdown in the area’s gas fields, Frank Henry Equipment USA spent the past four years growing steadily, and it isn’t done. Opening in Grand Junction in October 2007 with three employees in a ...


Improvement fee added to sales tax

By Amy Hamilton

After spending nearly $100 on party supplies at the new Hobby Lobby store for her twins’ birthday party, DeLane May of Fruita was surprised to see an extra 1 percent fee listed at the bottom of her receipt. May usually checks her ...

072711 Humphrey RV

RV dealers outride recession

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In a time when the economic doldrums stilled much of the nation’s business activity, Humphrey RV and Trailer in Grand Junction is defying the trend. Business, owner Brad Humphrey said, is “fabulous.” Buyers still like many ...

Biz Buzz, July 31, 2011

By Staff

Culinary Corner, a mainstay in Mesa Mall for the past 30 years, announced last week it will move to a new location downtown this week. Co-owners Jackie Laumann and Beth Zanski actively looked for a new home for the past six months. “We ...


Downtown Uplift attracts tourists, locals

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Construction workers were sometimes a more common site than customers for the first five months of 2011 for Chris Brown, owner of Brown Cycles, 549 Main St. Brown’s shop is located in the middle of the section of Main Street between ...

040211 7a Extra Aircraft 1

One year later, Extra deal far from done

By William Woody

By this time next year, customers of a German aircraft manufacturer could be learning to fly their new craft in the clear, blue skies above Montrose. — The Daily Sentinel,  July 24, 2010. MONTROSE — One year ago Saturday, ...

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