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Briefs: Biz Buzz May 31, 2009

By Staff

• Empire Construction Supply, which ships diamond blades and other tools all over the world, will host a grand opening event June 4 and 5 at its new location, 2678 S. U.S. Highway 50. The company, which got its start in the house of ...


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Some service sector workers see tips slowly returning

By Staff

Dining out, or even ordering in, usually entails tipping. Waiters, pizza delivery drivers and bartenders say tips are down. The slide began at the start of the year, many of them say, but some said business appears to be picking up again, ...


Telluride Resort proposes amphitheater

By Carrie Marfitano

Telluride Ski Resort issued a proposal to the town of Mountain Village last week to build an 8,000-seat outdoor amphitheater on Misty Maiden ski run above the Heritage Plaza. The project is in the beginning stages, and a timeline has not been ...


Briefs: Biz Briefs May 25, 2009

By Staff

• Carbondale-based Wilderness Workshop has selected Grand Junction watercolorist Kirby Roll as the next resident artist in its Artist in Wilderness program. Roll was selected for the one-week paid residency, which he will serve in late ...


Coffee, bagel shop opening second location in Mesa State dorm

By Emily Shockley

Operators of Main Street Bagels Bakery & Cafe plan for their new location on the Mesa State College campus to be the premier spot for late-night study sessions and blurry-eyed breakfasts. The bagel shop plans to open its second store ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz May 24, 2009

By Staff

• Roy Blythe was named Architect of the Year by the American Institute of Architects Colorado West Chapter. He founded Blythe Group + Co., 618 Rood Ave., along with his partner, Pamela Blythe, in 1996. The architecture and interior ...


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Investors to justify business to state

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Valley Investments officials have a June 1 hearing before the Colorado Securities Commission to show why the company should be allowed to continue selling securities in the state. Valley Investments and principal Philip R. Lochmiller will go ...


Summer Youth Employment Program May 17, 2009

By Carrie Marfitano

With the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate at 7.8 percent in Mesa County as of March, more than double the rate from March 2008, older workers who have been laid off or are looking for a second job have flooded the market, which is great ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz may 17, 2009

By Staff

• A new waste disposal company entered the market after Monument Refuse Service and Waste Management merged. Commercial Refuse Service, 725 23 1/2 Road, opened April 3. The company will service commercial and residential properties from ...


Pollard will stay open, sans Jeep

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Pollard Brothers Motors in Montrose will remain in business, just not with the Jeep franchise. Chrysler is withdrawing its franchise agreement with the dealership, but the dealership still will offer Jeep service, owner Jeff Pollard ...


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