Sugar & Ice and everything nice: Shop serves varied fare

Phil Castle, The Business Times It’s a coffee shop. It’s a frozen yogurt place. It’s a breakfast and lunch restaurant. It’s all of the above and more, according to Savannah Tompkins, who’s combined in one Grand Junction location two businesses that serve a variety of beverages and foods. It’s a merger born out of the necessity […]

The promise of cleantech: Coalition promotes growing industry

The promise of cleantech: Coalition promotes growing industry

Phil Castle, The Business Times Ken Scissors sees what he considers the conspicuous signs of a growing clean technology industry in the Grand Valley. There’s the increased use of solar energy and decreased costs of installations. There are the energy efficient residential and commercial developments that have been constructed or are planned. And there’s the […]

Survey results reflect business concerns over loans

Local business owners and managers have a variety of concerns about applying for additional funding if the effects of the coronavirus pandemic continue. Responding to the latest survey conducted by the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce, some owners and managers said they’d apply for funding only if the loans were forgivable or they were […]

Health care network searching for new executive

A search is under way for a successor to lead a clinically integrated health care network based in Grand Junction. Stephanie Motter, chief executive officer of Monument Health, announced she’s leaving the organization she’s led since its inception in 2016. “While I am thrilled to join the team at Indiana University Health and be closer […]

Center among health foundation grant recipients

The Counseling & Education Center in Grand Junction is among the latest recipients of grants from the Rocky Mountain Health Foundation. The $15,000 grant will help the center provide counseling to clients of all ages regardless of their income levels or insurance coverage. “We are thrilled and grateful for the continuing generosity of the Rocky […]

Building under renovations for health care facility

A group of health care professionals have joined in an effort to turn a long-vacant building in Grand Junction into a new kind of medical facility. Renee Williams, a biochemist and health coach, and her husband, Dr. Nathan Williams, an anesthesiologist, lead the effort to renovate the former Grand Junction Athletic Club building at 2515 […]

Colorado West Land Trust accreditation renewed

An organization that’s conserved a total of 125,000 acres of agricultural lands, open spaces and wildlife habitat in Mesa County and Western Colorado has once again earned national distinction for its efforts. The Colorado West Land Trust based in Grand Junction earned renewed accreditation from the Land Trust Accreditation Commission, a program of the Land […]

Upcoming conference to focus on change management

Registration is underway for a conference offering information on managing change in laws, work forces and other aspects of business operations. The Western Colorado Human Resource Association has scheduled its fall conference for 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 20. The conference will be conducted at the Colorado Mesa University Center ballroom in Grand Junction […]

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