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City, county help businesses, even if just a bit

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Bruce Milyard probably could have found the money to install power lines underneath his Corner Square development at Patterson Road and First Street. But he appreciates the nearly $260,000 the city of Grand Junction covered for the project, ...

Biz Buzz, Sept. 19, 2010

By Staff

The Great Recession hasn’t been friendly to recreational-vehicle dealers, but it hasn’t been without a redeeming trait or two. Jerry Carosella, who owns Rimrock Trade Center with his wife, Sandra, and son, Jesse, said the recession ...


Owners keep the faith in Fruita’s downtown area

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In 18 months, the economy has tanked and Fruita’s downtown has filled up. Aspen Avenue between the Fruita Circle and Peach Street once had as many empty spaces as a first-grader’s smile. But as unemployment rose and shops across ...

Biz Buzz, Sept. 12, 2010

By Staff

Evan’s Deli shut its doors over Labor Day weekend and reopened with a brand new name and business direction. Sunshine Wraps, Etc., 560 Main St., opened Wednesday morning with an updated green and yellow interior and revamped ...

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Passion for beer in Montrose

By William Woody

The Horsefly Brewing Co. opened one year ago in a cramped, 1,000-square-foot building on the eastern edge of Montrose. Today the brewery is a much roomier 3,000 square feet closer to downtown. It’s been remodeled for its fans and their ...

Biz Buzz, Sept. 5, 2010

By Staff

When Jesse and Virginia Sullivan closed their restaurant at 229 E. Aspen Ave. in Fruita on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 22, it was a Mexican restaurant called Pancho’s Villa II. Two-and-a-half days later, with the help of about 20 friends and ...

Chamber businesses add more than 400 jobs this year

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The Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce counted 413 new jobs created by its members in the first half of this year. It’s not a huge figure, but it came as a surprise for those convinced layoffs and maintaining the status quo have ...

Biz Buzz, Aug. 29, 2010

By Staff

Mike and Donna Buffa are ready to try that retirement thing again, especially after the last attempt turned them into business owners working six days a week for seven more years. The Buffas own Cobwebs, 558 Main St., but not for much longer, ...

Johnston accepts job with press association

By Staff

Craig Daily Press Samantha Johnston has been out of the newspaper industry for three years, but her background in the business and positive, goal-oriented approach landed her in a position to help shape its future in Colorado. Johnston, 35, ...

Tax numbers show uptick in hotel business

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Hotel and travel professionals cautiously are celebrating the first year-over-year improvement in Grand Junction lodging-tax revenue since December 2008. July lodging-tax collections, which reflect hotel business during June, totaled ...

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