Ceremony marks release of new subdivision

A ribbon-cutting ceremony officially marked the release of the Quail Meadows subdivision in Grand Junction. Located at 26 and I Roads, the subdivision features 14, 1-acre home sites. “We’re all very pleased with the way this neighborhood has taken shape,” said John Duffy, an agent with Bray Real Estate and exclusive listing agent with the […]

Winery opens downtown tasting room

Carlson Vineyards has opened a tasting room in downtown Grand Junction. Carlson Vineyards Downtown is located at 545 Main St. The location is open from noon to 8 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday to offer sampling, bottle and merchandise purchases and wine club signups. Carlson Vineyards continues to operate […]

Employees at Reynolds Polymer donate to food bank

Employees working at Reynolds Polymer Technology in Grand Junction donated a total of $1,000 to the Food Bank of the Rockies, proceeds from an event dubbed March Meal Madness. “Instead of compiling food items, which can quickly perish, be damaged or be costly, we collected funds to donate to Food Bank of the Rockies,” said […]

American Legion schedules benefit golf tournament

American Legion Post 2006 has scheduled a benefit golf tournament for June 15 at Adobe Creek National Golf Course in Fruita. The tournament will feature a four-person scramble with individual trophies for the top three teams. Famous Dave’s in Grand Junction will cater lunch. Proceeds will go to Project Sanctuary for military service members and […]

Veteran law event set for library

An event planned for the Mesa County Libraries Central Library will offer information about and assistance with veteran-related legal issues. The University of Denver Veterans Advocacy Project has scheduled a veteran law outreach event from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 4 at the library, 443 N. Sixth St. in Grand Junction. The event is […]

BLM advisory council to meet June 13

The Bureau of Land Management Southwest Resource Advisory Council is scheduled to meet in Grand Junction. The meeting is set for 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 13 at the BLM Grand Junction Field Office at 2815 H Road. The agenda includes a campground development proposal, an overview of the special recreation permit program and […]

Real estate firm honors best-selling agents

Cynthia Castaneda and Toni Heiden were recognized as the top-performing agents for April at Weichert Realtors-Heiden Homes Realty in Grand Junction. Castaneda posted the most closings and highest dollar volume in sales. Heiden had the most new listings for the month. Castaneda has worked as a real estate professional since 2007 and also works as […]

Financial advisor receives retirement planing designation

Andy Johnson, a financial advisor with Edward Jones in Grand Junction, has received designation as a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor. Johnson completed an educational program from the College for Financial Planning based in Denver. The program focuses on the pre- and post-retirement needs of individuals and covers retirement planning, income, retirement plans and distribution, investment […]

Leading index: Economic expansion likely to continue

An index forecasting economic conditions has increased for a third consecutive month, signaling what likely will be the longest expansion in United States history. The Conference Board reported its Leading Economic Index (LEI) rose two-tenths of a percent to 112.1 in April. The gain follows what was a total of a half a percent increase […]