Business

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Coffee shop to offer online ordering

By Emily Shockley

Customers will soon have a new way to get their brew at Coffee Muggers, 644 Main St. The coffee shop is working with Splick-It to provide online menu ordering. Splick-It is a nearly 2-year-old company that provides ordering services for a ...


Car sales a windy road

By Staff

It might be a good time to consider trading in that late-model used car or truck and pick up a new one, according to two national automobile associations. The auto experts base their assumption on a variety of factors: The Cash for Clunkers ...


Biz Buzz, Nov. 8, 2009

By Staff

Ryan, Whitney & Co., Tom Y. Sawyer & Associates and The Synergist Group have merged into one organization: Ryan, Sawyer & Whitney at 652 White Ave. The company’s specialties are marketing, advertising and business ...


The high cost of paying your last respects

By Emily Shockley

Grieving family members often go with what they think their loved ones would have wanted for their funeral, regardless of the cost. That trend hasn’t changed much during an economic recession, according to Nikki Blackburn, co-owner of ...


Employers cautioned about interns, contract help

By Emily Shockley

After months of layoffs, some employers see the light at the end of the recession tunnel and are getting ready to place help-wanted signs in their windows. United States companies are expected to hire more people than they lay off in the next ...


Homes Sold October 2009

By Penny Stine

October 7-13, 2009   City 2160 Linda Lane $158,800.00 1440 Pinyon Avenue $210,000.00 1545 Rood Avenue $264,000.00 801 Ouray Avenue $277,000.00 Clifton 545 Primavera Street $142,000.00 Delta 1401 A Street $165,000.00 Fruita 919 St ...


Buying used planes among Allegiant Air’s keys to success

By Emily Shockley

While other airlines declared a third-quarter loss, Allegiant Air made $13.8 million in July, August and September. The airline, which flies out of Grand Junction to Los Angeles and Las Vegas, has cheap air fares (as low as $25.99 one-way to ...


Biz Buzz, Nov. 1, 2009

By Staff

Powerhouse Gym, 2460 F Road, is now open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. The new hours began Oct. 22. “Convenience” prompted the change, gym co-owner Norrie Derner said. “We had a lot of members wanting ...


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Grand Junction businesses coping with flu

By Staff

When Nisley Elementary School was closed earlier this month because of an outbreak of the H1N1 virus, about 40 percent of its 436 students were ill, but only nine of its 64 staff members, 14 percent, were sick. The school was closed on a ...


Surviving layoffs has its downside

By Emily Shockley

Peggy Penberthy’s brother-in-law finds it hard to walk the halls at his company these days. “It’s difficult to walk past empty offices,” he told her. Penberthy, a representative of the Mountain States Employers ...


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