Starting a business just before the COVID-19 pandemic seems unlucky, and reporting a successful first year during it seems improbable. Yet Rob Eggebrecht was able to pull it off with Cloudrise.
Mark Smith’s path in the bakery business began in California nearly 30 years ago. His friend John Hamstra is the founder of The Bagelry and mentored Smith early on. In 1995, Smith and his family moved to Grand Junction where they opened Main Street Bagels at 559 Main St.
The Grand Junction Economic Partnership on Friday announced that Låda Cube, a building tech company, is expanding and will move its headquarters to the Grand Valley.
To his parents, Dylan Hazelhurst was the son who picked up garbage on the ground as a small gesture to protect animals and their habitats. He was a go-kart racer, skydiver, motocross racer and one-time bull rider. He had a massive collection of National Geographic magazines in his library, a…
Some Coloradans could see their unemployment benefits delayed if they are having problems verifying their identities through a new program specifically designed to do that.
Whitewater may soon see a major residential subdivision that could include more than a hundred new homes and commercial development along U.S. Highway 50.
Families and couples – socially distanced and masked, of course – stood in two lines that stretched from the counter to the drink machine and the movie posters on the wall. Some were at the Picture Show at Grand Junction for the Disney animated flick “Raya and the Last Dragon;” others came t…
John Kelly, owner of Mesa Jewelers at 444 Main St., has been in the business for decades. The company offered premier jewelry from the Mesa Mall before moving to its current home on Main Street.
The makers of the new Netflix documentary “The Social Dilemma” knew something was wrong with the opinions of Americans after they did a documentary on climate change a few years ago.
The state’s unemployment rate remained unchanged last month over January, holding steady at 6.6%, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment reported Friday.
Mitsuru Tweedy, 20, had his first day as a dispatcher at K2 Taxi two years ago. Tweedy, who also goes by Professor, didn’t know what he was getting into, and he certainly didn’t know that he would find a second family.