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Community effort: New facility just part of changes at hospital »

The new Community Hospital will offer a total of nearly 140,000 square feet on four floors and initially 44 private rooms.  The facility, located near 23 1/2 and G roads in Grand Junction, is scheduled to open March 17. (Photo courtesy Community Hospital)

Phil Castle, The Business Times       Chris Thomas readily admits his excitement about the doctors and other health care providers who’ve joined Community Hospital and new medical services they offer. That’s to mention the impending opening of a brand new hospital in Grand…

Jan 26 2016 / Leave A Comment / Read More »

Sporting chance: Commission out to promote events that increase tourism »

Jennifer Stoll works as executive director of the Greater Grand Junction Sports Commission, an organization that promotes sports tourism by bringing events to Mesa County. The commission has worked to bring a softball tournament to Grand Junction in April as well as the USA Cycling collegiate road championships in 2017 and 2018. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Phil Castle, The Business Times Jennifer Stoll believes there’s more than just fun to games. In fact, sports events can constitute an important source of revenue for the local economy. The people who come to the area to participate in and watch sports fill hotel…

Jan 12 2016 / Leave A Comment / Read More »

Storyteller on a role: New chamber chairman expects to draw on marketing experience »

Phil Castle, The Business Times      Matthew Breman has spent most of his career telling stories — first for the entertainment corporations for which he worked, then for clients of the marketing firm he operates. Now Breman has another story to tell in yet another…

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Effort under way to jump-start economy through incentive program »

Phil Castle, The Business Times A decision is soon expected on an effort to make Mesa County among the first counties in Colorado to participate in a program offering tax incentives to businesses that create new jobs. “This is a really exciting time. It’s going to…

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The road ahead: 2016 outlook encouraging, officials say »

Phil Castle, The Business Times         Kristi Pollard believes the business and economic outlook for Mesa County is “trending positive” heading into 2016. Pollard, executive director of the Grand Junction Economic Partnership, bases her outlook on a number of factors, among them…

Dec 9 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Get it in writing: Documentation important

Human resource professionals know documentation not only lowers legal risks for businesses, but also helps owners and managers make better decisions about employee performance. In discussing this topic,…

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Consumer Confidence Index rises on more upbeat outlook

A monthly measure of consumer confidence has increased on more upbeat expectations for business and labor conditions that defy volatility in the financial markets. The Conference Board reported…

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