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Briefs: Biz Buzz April 19, 2009

By Staff

• Elderly residents in the Grand Valley now have a specialist they can call on for remodeling their homes for convenience and safety. Randy DiDonato, the owner of Tile Meister, 611 N. First St., recently earned the Certified ...


FedEx building bigger facility west of airport

By Carrie Marfitano

McCauley Constructors, based in Windsor, broke ground recently on a $3 million FedEx shipping facility west of the Grand Junction Regional Airport. The building should open in September, said Nancy James, business development coordinator for ...


Einstein bagel chain may be coming to this area, Junction

By Carrie Marfitano

When you say Einstein on the Front Range, residents don’t automatically think of the wild-haired, 20th century genius famous for the theory of relativity. Some of them think instead about bagels. That may soon be the case on the Western ...


Homes Sold April 2009

By Penny Stine

April 1-7, 2009 City 129 Independent Avenue $175,100.00 Collbran/Mesa/Molina/Vega 53166 LE 1/2 Road $255,000.00 Delta 752 Riley Lane $148,000.00 Fruita 1508 Aquarius $25,000.00 550 Lois Drive $75,000.00 974 Moores Diamond $254,500.00 590 ...


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Sun Biz: Agro-tours entertain, offer insight, boost revenue for agribusinesses

By Carrie Marfitano

Cold weather threatened this year’s peach crop, and while orchardists say a full crop can still be realized, some growers have protected themselves in case Mother Nature is not so friendly next time. Theresa High, who manages of High ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz April 12, 2009

By Staff

• A new mobile business for auto glass repair can be spotted around the Western Slope. Tim Wilson opened Tim’s Auto Glass three months ago. It was a natural transition for him because he’s done auto body work for more ...


Hydroponics2 4-7-9

Flooring store adds hydroponics supplies

By Carrie Marfitano

Karnes Carpet World, with its conspicuous location between a gas station and auto repair shop at 445 Pitkin Ave., had little foot traffic before the owners lit up the inside with hydroponic grow lights and the outside with an eye-popping ...


Ballyhooed uranium mine now sits silent

By Staff

The Whirlwind Mine in Gateway, once hailed as a rich source of uranium in a resurgent market, has been sitting idle since the economy plummeted. Owned by Energy Fuels Inc. of Canada, the Whirlwind Mine produced tons of uranium in the 1950s. ...


Amtrack on time 4-2-9

Sun Biz: Amtrak’s on-time rate soars

By Carrie Marfitano

When the eastbound Amtrak train pulled into the Grand Junction station Thursday morning, Jan Nettler had enough time to get off to stretch her legs and take a 30-minute walk around town. Nettler was headed home to Huntington, Mass., after a ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz April 05, 2009

By Staff

Raiding the reserves of one of Colorado’s largest suppliers of workers’ compensation insurance might be a novel approach, but it has yet to win his support, Gov. Bill Ritter said Saturday. Legislators have suggested that the state ...


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