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Lecture hall named for Wells Fargo after donation to college

By Staff

Mesa State College named Room 212 in the Academic Classroom Building the Wells Fargo Lecture Hall on Monday in recognition of the $300,000 the bank has donated to the college. The bank has supported numerous scholarships, academic programs ...

Pita Pit celebrates success despite recession

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Jim and Jeannette Talley fell in love with Grand Junction when they came to see their son play in the Junior College World Series in 2005. Two years later, the couple opened a Pita Pit at 1230 N. 12th St., Unit 1. The restaurant had its ...

We Make It Here: Schauenburg Flexadux

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Classic rock blares over the rhythmic tat-a-tat of industrial sewing machines, and the atmosphere is electrified with welding sparks from time to time inside the Schauenburg Flexadux Corporation. The $10 million dollar company at 2233 Sanford ...

Biz Buzz, April 17, 2011

By Staff

The closure of City Market in Eastgate Shopping Center, 2830 North Ave., did no favors to the nine remaining businesses in the smaller units to the east of the grocer. One of those businesses, The UPS Store No. 139, has experienced a revenue ...

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New Palisade winery feels like home

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If it weren’t for the small, wooden sign at the end of the driveway, a passerby might mistake Gubbini Winery for someone’s home. That’s because it is someone’s home. Proprietor Linda Lee Gubbini has lived for 21 years ...

Biz Buzz, April 10, 2011

By Staff

Want a hand, as in applause? Then head to Real Deals on Home Decor, 2463 U.S. Highway 6&50, near Office Depot, on Thursday or Saturday, the days it and the location’s second-floor boutiques are open. That is, if you can find the ...


Son thinks Dad’s little lid can do

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Brad Stieg, co-owner of S&S Innovations in the Grand Junction Business Incubator Center, has three types of loyal customers. First, there are those who can hundreds or thousands of jars of food each year and look at Stieg’s plastic ...

Continental Airlines unveils flights from GJ to Houston starting in May

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Continental Airlines will fly nonstop twice a day between Grand Junction and Houston beginning May 3, linking two major energy-industry hubs and boosting local residents’ access to Latin America and the Caribbean. About 50 people turned ...

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Sled makers scooting on: Hoskins moving growing companies from Silverton to Crested Butte

By Dave Buchanan

Even great skiing isn’t enough to offset the problems of politics. Sled makers and artisanal distillers Brice and Karen Hoskin recently announced they are moving their growing companies to Crested Butte after zoning conflicts with ...

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We Make It Here: Reynolds Polymer

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The engineers at Reynolds Polymer think big when designing the world’s aquariums. So big, in fact, that right now they are putting the finishing touches a project big enough to be listed in the Guinness Book of World Records. The ...

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