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Biz Buzz, July 17, 2011

By Staff

First, Mick and Kirsten Jansma built a custom backyard play system — swing set, slide, monkey bars, etc. — for their kids. And their neighbor saw it and asked the Jansmas to build one for them. Then a fellow churchgoer inquired ...

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Mega-mansion deals spur rebound in Aspen market

By Dennis Webb

Got $10 million or $20 million in loose change jingling in your pocket? It’s a great time to get a good deal on a mansion in Aspen. High-end real estate sales are helping lead a recovery in this resort for the uber-rich. Or as Tim ...

Unemployment fund interest payments coming for employers

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Colorado businesses will begin receiving letters this month detailing how much they have to pay to help cover interest on federal loans the state received in order to keep doling out unemployment benefits. Each employer who pays into the ...

Biz Buzz, July 10, 2011

By Staff

The bright orange and yellow paint job with a sun rising from a bottom corner is catching North Avenue drivers’ eyes and generating an obvious question: What’s going in the former Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard ...

Struggling Delta Petroleum may be sold

By Dennis Webb

Delta Petroleum, which completed the sale of all remaining assets other than those in the Collbran area, says it has begun evaluating the possible sale of the company. Denver-based Delta said in a news release it has begun looking at ...

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Sales of GJ construction companies part of national trend

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When Ron Tipping announced last week that the company his wife’s parents started more than a half-century ago had been bought by a firm formed specifically to acquire building-materials companies like Grand Junction Pipe and Supply, it ...

Biz Buzz, July 3, 2011

By Staff

Larry Phillips thought turning 60, with a quarter-century of mining precious metals under his belt, would bring retirement to Arizona. Instead, he gets Yogo Mojo and a return to Grand Junction. Retirement will wait as he opens a frozen-yogurt ...

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We Make It Here: Wren Industries

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Wren Industries is primarily a supplier of parts to the aerospace industry, but it’s a manufacturing company that is still searching for a niche. In the past three years, Mike Sneddon, president and CEO of the Grand Junction company, ...

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Longboards made locally

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Mike Mahoney is happy to see a growing number of longboard riders in Grand Junction, especially when he sees them gliding through town on a board he made. The former middle school woodworking teacher made his first skateboard in 1977 and ...

Biz Buzz, June 26, 2011

By Staff

It’s hard to part with the visibility that came from being on the corner of Main and Fifth streets and having a busy neighbor like Main St. Cafe. But Bob and Alida Helmer are moving Alida’s Fruits a block west to get twice as much ...

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