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Cashing in on 
cap and trade

By Greg Ruland

A small Grand Junction engineering firm with an international reputation for excellence has staked its claim on the corner of a growing greenhouse gas emissions market known as cap and trade. One of only two dozen such firms in the world, ...

Biz Buzz, Oct. 13, 2013

By Staff

■ A mechanical engineer who moved to Grand Junction from Detroit 16 years ago has launched a cloud service for business documents and is asking local firms to participate in a pilot program that tests it. Rick Houtris, principal in 2H ...


Downtown love story

By Greg Ruland

This is a love story about people and business — subjects that go hand-in-hand on Main Street. Consider Cheryl Lucas, owner of Crystal Books and Gifts, 439 Main St. On Oct. 11, her store celebrates 26 years of retailing downtown. The ...

Biz Buzz, Oct. 6, 2013

By Staff

■ The death in 2012 of his friend and competitor John Brink, owner of Brink’s Fine Jewelry, was a tragedy not only for the Brink family, but for everyone who knew and admired the longtime Grand Junction retailer, said John Kelly, ...

Delta/Loma cows, Oct. 5, 2013

By Staff

Delta Sales Yard Market report for Oct. 3: Steers: 200 to 400 lbs: $1.65 to $2.05; 400 to 500 lbs., $1.60 to $1.85; 500 to 600 lbs., $1.50 to $1.80; 600 to 700 lbs., $1.45 to $1.68. 700 to 800 lbs., $1.38 to $1.52; 800 to 900 lbs, $1.35 to ...


Brother inventors, adventurers open Loki store in downtown GJ

By Greg Ruland

Outdoor adventurers who design, test and manufacture the gear they wear to climb mountains and ski the slopes will celebrate the grand opening of their new retail store with a ribbon-cutting at 11 a.m. Friday, Grand Junction Area Chamber of ...


Making progress

By Greg Ruland

Mesa County workers make stuff — a lot of stuff — and that’s good news for wage-earners and the local economy, area business leaders said. The second annual Manufacturing Day on Oct. 4 promises to underscore the point, ...

Biz Buzz, Sept. 29, 2013

By Staff

■ A new Grand Valley babysitting service started by a Colorado Mesa University graduate recently announced it is open for business. Kristie Clark, founder of Sitters in a Snap, said her new company provides pre-qualified and responsible ...


More students seeking technical training at CMU

By Greg Ruland

More Colorado Mesa University students are seeking technical training to enter the manufacturing trades this year compared with 2012, CMU assistant technical professor Bill McCracken said. So far this fall, McCracken is overseeing about 60 ...


Luncheon to feature state’s chief marketer

By Charles Ashby

Branding. That will be the subject of conversation at the Grand Junction Economic Partnership’s annual luncheon on Thursday. And the man who will lead that discussion will be Aaron Kennedy, the state’s first chief marketing ...

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