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Biz Buzz, June 17, 2012

By Staff

Ryan Duncan has no experience in the restaurant industry. In fact, he spent 17 years in the pest control business, a professional path that food preparers would rather never cross. But he’s been thinking about delving into the ...

Spike in Colorado gas workers forecast

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Employment growth in the development of unconventional natural gas in Colorado will outpace all but one of the other 10 top-producing states over the next few years, a report says. Colorado is expected to see a compounded 10 percent growth ...

Delta livestock

By Staff

Delta livestock Market report for June 14: Steers: 200 to 400 lbs., $1.70 to $2.25; 400 to 500 lbs., $1.60 to $2.07; 500 to 600 lbs., $1.45 to $1.85; 600 to 700 lbs., $1.33 to $1.70; 700 to 800 lbs., $1.25 to $1.46; 800 to 900 lbs., $1.20 to ...

Biz Buzz, June 10, 2012

By Staff

After working at a local veterinary clinic and grooming pets for 11 years, Emily Campbell spent the past three years at home raising two of her family’s three children. But with her husband serving as the sole source of income, she ...

New flights out of GJ point to better economy

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Two new summertime flights into Grand Junction appear to be a harbinger of an improved economy, travel industry officials say. The two new flights, one to Salt Lake City and one to Dallas, are “a wonderful economic indicator that we are ...

Jobless bill’s passage vital for business, leaders say

By Charles Ashby

Although it was hardly noticed during the 2012 legislative session, it is arguably the most important business bill lawmakers approved this year, business leaders say. In fact, the measure was so not on either parties’ oft-touted jobs, ...

Fruita chamber director forced to resign post

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Fruita Chamber of Commerce Director Leanne Ingwersen was ousted from her post last week, marking the second time in a little more than a year that there has been a leadership change at the chamber. John Burwell Jr., president of the ...


New flights into Denver may attract Swedish, Japanese tourists to valley

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Golf-mad Swedes and Japanese tourists transfixed by national parks are among the prospects for Grand Valley tourism supporters looking to take advantage of the new direct connections from Iceland and Japan to Denver. The Grand Junction ...

Biz Buzz, June 3, 2012

By Staff

Colorado Flight Center got its start in Grand Junction in 2006 as a flight training school, assisting everyone from novice pilots working toward their certificates to veterans seeking to hone their skills. It added an air charter service ...

Parachute natural gas plant expansion delayed

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A planned expansion of its natural gas-processing plant in Parachute won’t be complete as early as Williams Midstream had hoped, but the project eventually will lead to greater production of the gas liquids that have buoyed Piceance ...

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