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Callahan-Edfast sold; few changes expected

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The owners of Callahan-Edfast Mortuary have sold the business to a Fort Collins-based funeral-service provider, but the Grand Valley’s oldest and largest mortuary will continue to operate much like it has over the last 102 years. Owners ...

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Funeral homes have new owners

By Amy Hamilton

When they lived in Texas, Jeffrey and Barbi Gentry visited Colorado on vacations and fell in love with the snow and the pine trees. Though they haven’t sampled them yet, they’ve heard about the magnificent peaches that grow in ...

Biz Buzz, Jan. 8, 2012

By Staff

Locally distilled gin, vodka and rum now are available at JF Strothman Distillery, which opened Dec. 29 at 2862 North Ave. Owners Fred and Connie Strothman tore down the structure on the property to put up a new, 6,000-square-foot building ...

Biz Buzz, Jan. 1, 2012

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The owners of Hi Fashion Fabrics Inc., 2586 Patterson Road, announced they are selling the fabric side of the business and will spin off a new business, Hi Fashion Sewing Machines. Part-owner Jeff Vogel said in a letter to customers, dated ...

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For retailers, bottom line on television sets a little fuzzy

By Charles Ashby

Television prices are down and sales are up. While that’s good news for consumers in the market for a fancy new television set, it’s driving retailers a bit batty. According to several national market-research firms, television ...


Gateway Canyons Resort expands wintertime offerings

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Gateway Canyons Resort has restored some of the off-season services and hours eliminated last year, a continuation of the changes implemented by a new management team hoping to entice just-passing-through motorists and residents itching for a ...

Biz Buzz, Dec. 25, 2011

By Staff

Splish Splash Car Wash, 2475 U.S. Highway 6&50, opened quietly last week in order to work out any kinks in the conveyor system of what it claims to be the largest tunnel car wash in Colorado. There will be nothing quiet about its grand ...


Rug gallery going out of business

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A flood, a trade embargo and two years of construction convinced brothers Moe and Mori Torabbeigi to close their business, Persian Rug Gallery at 438 Main St. President Barack Obama signed a bill last year that banned U.S. businesses from ...

Biz Buzz, Dec. 18, 2011

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Greg Lee believes if more people knew the truth about refilling printer cartridges, his business would take off. The co-owner of Monument Inkjet said it’s safe to refill cartridges, “It really is.” And it’s a lot ...

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Coloradan’s business was blowing in Tibetan wind

By Dennis Webb

Aaron Pattillo’s “what if?” business idea came in an unlikely place, nearly 5,000 meters high on the Tibetan Plateau. There, Pattillo, who grew up in Glenwood Springs, and Brit Julian Wilson took the edge off the ...

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