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Local nonprofits organize for Colorado Gives Day

By Greg Ruland

With less than a week until the launch of Colorado Gives Day, officials with Mesa County Collaboration, a philanthropic joint venture, pushed their power in numbers strategy. Appealing to the hearts and minds of Grand Valley givers, the ...

Businesses split on recovery

By Staff

By SENTINEL STAFF More than 70 percent of Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce members polled believe the local economy is weak or extremely weak, according to the chamber’s semiannual economic outlook survey released ...


BizBriefcase, Thursday, Dec. 5

By Staff

The Business Incubator Center recently received the Colorado State University Colorado Extension Association’s highest award, Friend of Extension. The award recognizes an individual or organization that made significant contributions to ...

Biz Buzz: Dec. 5, 2013

By Staff

■ Octopus Coffees is a new drive-through coffee shop that opened at 2678 S. Highway 50, featuring high quality northern Italian light roast beans and other high-end goodies, said owner Alexis Bauer. “Those beans make a really ...


Lawyers who advise marijuana vendors warned over ethics

By Greg Ruland

Colorado lawyers who help entrepreneurs sell or cultivate marijuana violate the rules of ethics, according to a Colorado Bar Association committee. The non-binding opinion could place lawyers who helped medical or retail marijuana vendors set ...

Biz buzz, Dec. 1, 2013

By Staff

■ Popular southside Mexican restaurant Las Marias, 2692 U.S. 50, No. E, will soon be closing, according to a notice posted on its door. The closing will make way for the homecoming of Conchita’s Mexican Restaurant, which operated ...

Business briefcase, Nov. 28, 2013

By Staff

Avant-Garde Wealth Management has announced a merger with May-Investments Management, a Colorado registered investment advisor located in Grand Junction. May-Investments will be merged into Avant-Garde Advisors, an investment advisor ...

Biz Buzz, Thurs, Nov. 28

By Staff

Sports fans who listen in on the local radio airwaves found they have twice the sports content available to them beginning Nov. 1, with 1230 ESPN Radio replacing the former all-talk format of KEXO. That sets up the Grand Valley radio market ...


Black Thursday or Thanksgiving?Merchants begin to push gifts earlier

By Greg Ruland

A national trade association for retailers predicts that more than 33 million people will start their Black Friday shopping frenzy on Thanksgiving Day, one day earlier than normal. About 23 percent of the 140 million people expected to shop ...


FEATURED BUSINESS: Thomas Braham, attorney

By Greg Ruland

Raised by a single mother north of Chicago, Colorado bankruptcy lawyer Thomas Braham knows about the financial difficulties many of his clients endure. “When my clients say to me, ‘You probably don’t get what it’s like ...

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