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Home builder confident in direction of market in valley

By {screen_name}

Rob Griffin builds houses for a living, so he’s not going to make the times seem better than they are. Griffin, 52, however, remains an optimist, one who believes not just in the future, but in the long term. That’s perhaps why ...

Biz Buzz, April 11, 2010

By Staff

Value retailer Big Lots, 2401 North Ave., recently got a lot bigger, expanding into the former home of next-door neighbor Corral West. Big Lots now occupies Unit 19A of the Teller Arms Shopping Center in addition to 19B, where quarters were a ...

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Fruita cheers restaurant reopening

By Melinda Mawdsley

Jen Zeuner and Anne Keller are two of the more popular women in Fruita now that word is out their restaurant, Hot Tomato Cafe, will reopen in less than two weeks. From the man who sold the women their new building to the countless volunteers ...

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Owners of Traz pulling out all stops to survive

By Tim Harty

Tom LeValley is going all in. Besides pushing his pile of chips into the center of the table, he’s tossing in the gold watch, the keys to the car and the deed to the house, so to speak. The co-owner of Traz Snow & Skate believes in ...

Biz Buzz, April 4, 2010

By Staff

After moving his office three times during the past year, Rand Speas put an end to his nomadic existence as a Farmers Insurance agent last week when he moved the Rand Speas Agency to 2497 Power Road, No. 3, on the Redlands. He purchased the ...

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Lounge open for hookah, cigars

By Tim Harty

Code 69 and Blue Mist have been the most popular, but the shisha that goes into Michelle Barnum’s hookah is Safari Melon Dew. When she opens that container of Starbuzz shisha, the smell of honeydew melon in the sugar-cured tobacco makes ...

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Fun businesses getting along

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There’s no denying that an economy in recession is tough on business, but people still need some forms of diversion. Grand Valley businesses that provide just that still are seeing customers come through the door, even after the long, ...

Biz Buzz, March 28, 2010

By Staff

If the name kept anyone from walking through the doors of the Snowflake Bar & Grill, that deterrent is gone. The bar at 539 Colorado Ave. now goes by Rocky Mountain Pub Bar & Grill. “We got a lot of flak as far as the Snowflake, ...

Bagel chain to open on Rimrock Avenue

By Amy Hamilton

Einstein Bros. Bagels has identified a location in Grand Junction and plans to open in early June. Franchise owner John Cassity of Grand Junction said the storefront near Wal-Mart and Gold’s Gym on Rimrock Avenue should be a convenient, ...

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Gibson RV’s pulls into new home

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As of St. Patrick’s Day, Gibson RV’s had a new home on 3090 I-70 Business Loop, and its old building may be history within the week. The 13-year-old Grand Junction business, which was still in the process Friday of moving from ...

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