Archive for: April, 2016

West Slope health care professionals honored

Six Western Colorado health care professionals have been selected as Nightingale Luminaries. Susie Bevan of HopeWest, Cindy Buller of Community Hospital, Danette MacMillan and Jennifer Martinez, both of St. Mary’s Hospital, Karl Prager from the Grand Junction Veterans Health Care System and Carol Rustebakke of Delta County Community Hospital were honored during the annual Nightingale […]

Agency honors best-selling agents

Cynthia Castaneda and Mary Kruse were honored as the top-performing agents for March at Heiden Homes Realty and Associates in Grand Junction. Castaneda posted the most closed transactions, while Kruse had the most new listings for the month. Castaneda has worked as a real estate agent for eight years while also caring for disabled people. […]

Real estate firm announces addition

William Lampshire has joined Hummel Real Estate in Grand Junction. Lampshire brings to his new position experience in the agricultural industry as the former manager of a multi-state livestock company. He also offers knowledge of the oil and natural gas sector. Hummel Real Estate operates offices at 316 Main St. For additional information, call 986-1897 […]

CMU business students qualify for nationals

All 17 members of the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda chapter at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction who attended a state event qualified for additional competition at a national leadership conference in Atlanta this summer. They are: Shania Belden, Cassidy Blake, Michael Brault, Riley Brodie, Jarrott Brown, Charles Cochran, Alyson Crandall, Olivia […]

Octopus Coffee moving to location near library

Octopus Coffee will serve beverages and food from a hut near Sixth Street and Grand Avenue in Grand Junction under a lease agreement with Mesa County Libraries. The deal brings coffee service to the central library, said Joseph Sanchez, director of Mesa County Libraries. “This agreement with Octopus Coffee brings that convenience to our patrons […]

Collectible mugs for sale in annual fund-raiser

A fund-raiser selling collectible mugs filled with beauty products, candy and other gift items is under way. Eide Bailly CPAs & Business Advisors presents Extraordinary Women 2016, a benefit for Hilltop Latimer House programs for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Collectible mugs featuring the original artwork of Fay Timmerman are available for purchase […]

Alpine Bank, CBI to host free shred event

Alpine Bank and the Colorado Bureau of Investigation have teamed up to host a free document destruction event. The event is scheduled for 8 to 11 a.m. April 30 at bank locations at 225 N. Fifth St. in Grand Junction and 125 N. Park Square in Fruita. Participants may bring up to four, file-sized boxes […]

Council schedules employment law update

The Mountain States Employers Council has scheduled an employment law update in Grand Junction. The conference is set for 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 13 at Two Rivers Convention Center, 159 Main St. Employment and labor law attorneys will cover the latest developments and offer advice to help employers minimize employment law liability. Presentations […]

Bookstore to join in national observance

Crystal Books and Gifts in Grand Junction will join in a nationwide celebration of Independent Bookstore Day. The event is set for April 30 at the store, 439 Main St, and will include an opportunity to meet with local authors. The store also will offer exclusive merchandise available only on that day. From 10 a.m. […]

Marketing agency marks 10th year in business

Cranium 360, a full-service marketing agency based in Grand Junction, has marked 10 years in business. “At Cranium 360, we are thrilled to make Grand Junction our home, and we are excited to see what the next 10 years will bring,” said Matthew Breman, owner of the firm. Breman worked for a total of more […]

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