Business
Saturday August 23, 2014

The building occupied by Consolidated Finance since September 1997 drew the attention of Isaiah St. Peter when the business ceased operations. He kicked around the idea of purchasing the vacant building for several months before closing on the property in March.

Trish Thibodo, the new director of Delta County Economic Development, brings a unique perspective to the job. She is a newcomer who sees all the possibilities Delta County has to offer, because it’s those possibilities that prompted her to relocate from the Front Range.

Young kids toting backpacks aren’t the only ones heading back to school this month. Enrollment at Delta-Montrose Technical College is also taking place, with classes scheduled to begin Aug. 21 — one day after the start of school in Delta County Joint School District #50.

An office building on Olathe’s Main Street is being transformed into a spacious clinic to improve the well-being of the underserved and uninsured in both Delta and Montrose counties.
The Olathe Community Clinic opened nine years ago as an outreach of Montrose Memorial Hospital.

Bank of Colorado/Montrose-Delta has been awarded a $25,000 economic development grant from the Federal Home Loan Bank – Topeka, to support and expand Region 10’s Small Business Resource Center (SBRC). Bank of Colorado/Montrose-Delta, a wholesale financial institution of which Bank of Colorado is a member, was awarded the grant through its Joint Opportunities for Building Success (JOBS) program.

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