B1 Energy owner John Armstrong was recently in the process of buying Angel of Shavano Recycling’s equipment and property in Poncha Springs.
Salida Business Hub, a business offering computer repair, sign making and document shredding, owned by Salidan Steve Kucera, was recently nominated for “Can Do Colorado” recognition by Energize Colorado.
Equity markets were higher ahead of tomorrow’s employment report. The tech-heavy Nasdaq reversed earlier losses and rose for the first time after four sessions.
Equity markets eked out a small gain, helped by solid economic data and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s clarification on her comments about the need for higher rates.
Governor Jared Polis praised the recent decision by the Mexican Supreme Court that would allow the Mexican government to lift a barrier to imports of U.S. fresh potatoes, including those from Colorado.
U.S. equities finished higher Monday with energy, materials, financials and industrials sectors leading, while small-cap equities also outperformed, indicating a positive cyclical tone to today’s gains.
A year ago, at the end of March 2020, the S&P 500 was down nearly 20 percent and the world was scrambling into lockdown. Many experts wrote articles telling us where we would be in a year. I do not remember reading any that said the S&P 500 Index would be up 56 percent over the next …
Stocks closed broadly higher today in anticipation of a strong earnings week after coming under pressure last week on reports that President Joe Biden is planning to increase the capital gains tax rate.
Equities finished lower Monday, with the S&P 500 shedding 0.5 percent and the Dow dropping more than 120 points, following gains last week that saw stocks reach new highs.
Even though we are witnessing a strong seller’s market, there are still many steps a seller can take prior to listing their home for sale that will increase appeal, encourage offers, and reduce the likelihood of negative issues arising both during the contract process, and after closing. Thi…
If your employer offers a 401(k) plan, consider yourself fortunate, because a 401(k) is a great way to help build retirement savings. But are you taking full advantage of your plan?
Stocks largely shook off inflation concerns today, but economically sensitive sectors were under pressure on reports that the Federal Drug Administration has paused Johnson & Johnson vaccine use.
Equity markets finished slightly lower Monday, following last week’s rally to new highs spurred by optimism around the vaccine distribution and the implications for the economic recovery.
Despite COVID-19 insecurity, Kevin Dean, a professional land surveyor, and his wife, Kat Jahnigen, recently opened Central Rockies Land Surveying in Salida.
The past 12 months have been pretty challenging for everyone, in one way or another. And if you’ve been affected economically by the COVID-19 pandemic, you’re looking forward to brighter days. But how can you bounce back from a financial setback?
Chaffee County Amateur Hockey Association was welcomed into Heart of the Rockies Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon cutting ceremony March 26.
The Triangle Oasis Spring Farmers Market at 8875 CR 150 is open on select Saturdays through May, providing a community gathering place where people can support local vendors, enjoy the outdoors, listen to music and enjoy treats from the market.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are receiving intense media coverage, prompting many investors to wonder whether these new types of electronic money deserve a place in their portfolios.
Equity markets closed modestly lower Tuesday, with the Nasdaq outperforming after lagging for much of the day as technology stocks see pressure from higher rates and the shift to value investments.
U.S. equity markets finished solidly higher Friday as President Joe Biden doubled his COVID-19 vaccine goal and as the Federal Reserve announced that it will lift its restrictions on dividends and buybacks for banks.
The Salida Gunshop, 7448 W. U.S. 50, has a new but familiar owner. Josiah Nierman joined Marc Steinke as a partner in 2016 and as Steinke retires on March 31, Nierman is now the full owner.
Buena Vista’s craft beer lovers’ long sentence will have been served as the Jailhouse Craft Beer Bar reopens Wednesday for the first time since it closed its doors on March 16, 2020 due to COVID-19 pandemic mandates.