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Biz Buzz, June 15, 2014

By Staff

Rising from the ashes of Orr’s Trading Co., which closed suddenly in March, Debora Beck said she was overwhelmed by the generous support of her downtown business compatriots as she pulled everything together and launched her own ...


Edgewater Brewery gets a tax incentive

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Edgewater Brewery has become the second Mesa County company to gain approval for reimbursement of business personal property taxes on new equipment purchases. Mesa County commissioners on Monday approved the brewery for full reimbursement of ...

BizBuzz, June 12

By Staff

The final two free Kaia workouts scheduled with Brianna Brodak, owner of the recently opened Kaia FIT Grand Junction, are tonight and Saturday. The women-only workouts take place 5:30 p.m. today at 417 Monument Road and 7 a.m. Saturday at ...


Business Briefcase, June 12: Mortgage company welcomes Pace

By Staff

Mortgage company welcomes Pace Cherry Creek Mortgage Company of Grand Junction welcomed Debra Pace to its mortgage lending team, company officials announced.  “Debra possesses a genuine passion to serve others, and a commitment ...


Local grad launching history website, with support of acclaimed film maker

By Greg Ruland

A civil engineer with local ties and his business partner want to put history on a virtual globe and invite the world to comment. Think of it as a Wikipedia-style website for world history, said Ken Burns, the renowned film maker who is also ...

Biz Buzz, June 8, 2014

By Staff

A new Love’s Travel Stop near the intersection of 22 Road and Interstate 70 opens its doors for business today, but a grand opening event is planned for Saturday, a company spokeswoman said. The new travel stop features a Carl’s ...


New law set to open door to more hydroelectric power from irrigation

By Greg Ruland

With the greatest concentration of suitable irrigation canals in the state, farmers in Delta County are poised to take advantage of a new Colorado law that streamlines the installation of hydroelectric power generating stations, state ...

BizBuzz, June 5

By Staff

One of the worst-kept secrets among downtown business owners these days is the construction activity underway at 436 Main St., former home of Boomers, a shuttered night club that was once a nightlife mainstay for those who enjoy cocktails and ...


Seeds of business growth along North Avenue

By Greg Ruland

A recent uptick in new business openings on the east end of North Avenue could signal that efforts by a merchants association to improve conditions may be starting to pay off. About 50 years ago, commercial development on North Avenue was ...

Biz Buzz, June 1, 2014

By Staff

The first Downtown Farmers’ Market is scheduled for June 19, despite what city calendars say, according to Aaron Hoffman, spokesman for the Downtown Grand Junction Business Improvement District.  The opening has been moved back a ...

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