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Vacancies along Main Street few compared to some communities

By Emily Shockley

A couple suit jackets hanging from an otherwise empty rack and a few shelves of clothes are all that’s visible through the windows at Village Squire Clothiers at 419 Main St. The scene is similarly bare for window shoppers passing by ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz June 07, 2009

By Staff

• Brown Cycles owner Chris Brown has opened a new bike store. Dirty Brown Cycles, located behind Main Street Bagels at 123 S. Sixth St., sells used, top-quality bikes for about half their original price. The store contained about 15 ...


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Investors and buyers alike could be victims of Valley Investments

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VERNAL, Utah — Investors who plowed money into Valley Investments are hearing a deafening silence from the Grand Junction firm, which has been closed by a Denver court. The silence for those on the other side of the investments, ...


Mineral owners furious over rules

By Dennis Webb

PARACHUTE — Mineral owners Saturday assailed a Democratic lawmaker over the state’s new oil and gas rules, while Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott McInnis said new natural gas discoveries across the country are playing the ...


Lochmiller profile: History of Fraud

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When Philip R. Lochmiller opened his business, Valley Mortgage, in Grand Junction 14 years ago, he was reviving an old family business that had boomed for a while and then busted, badly, in California in 1984. When that family business, ...


Residents get Ritter response over drilling

By Dennis Webb

BATTLEMENT MESA — Gov. Bill Ritter has asked oil and gas regulators to meet with Battlement Mesa residents within the next month about their concerns over plans to drill up to 200 oil and gas wells within the housing development. Heidi ...


Briefs: Local Sports June 06, 2009

By Staff

High School Athletics • District 51 athletes rock in classroom A total of 98 varsity athletes in School District 51 received first-team honors in the Colorado High School Activities Association spring academic all-state awards. Another ...


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Knouse, Brown share lead after first round of CWA

By Dan Bennett

The Bookcliff Country Club golf course wasn’t the most challenging aspect of Friday’s opening round of the Colorado West Amateur. Instead, Mother Nature was. Swirling winds played havoc with the lower flight’s all ...


HG Sustainabilty Column June 06, 2009

By Adele Israel

Many people in the sustainability movement are ready to make lemonade from the tart lemons of our current economy. Two recent publications provided lots of food for thought to go along with that lemonade. The spring 2009 edition of the ...


HG DRIP Column June 06, 2009

By Guest Columnist

Many homeowners turn on the sprinklers and don’t really think about how much water is being sprayed on which areas, or have their irrigation systems on a timer and don’t monitor how their systems are working. But paying attention ...


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