.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Business

  • Carbon Valley Chamber awards

        CARBON VALLEY — The Carbon Valley Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations of chamber members for Small Business of the Year, Large Business of the Year, Community Impact, the Bill Meier Volunteer of the Year, People’s Choice, and Ambassador of the Year.
        For more information contact executive director Julia K. Davis at 303-833-5933 or by email at Julia@carbonvalleychamber.com.

     

  • Fort Lupton Chamber’s annual award banquet Jan. 22

        FORT LUPTON — Tickets are now on sale for the Fort Lupton Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards dinner, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Jan. 22, at the Fort Lupton Recreation Center.
        The event will once again feature comedian Brad Upton, who was invited “back by popular demand,” following last year’s event.
        For more information on attending or sponsoring “Denim and Diamonds,” or to purchase tickets for the event, call 303-857-4474, or email fortluptonchamber@gmail.com.

  • Indian Peaks to feature new emergency and urgent care center

             DACONO — If you’re wondering what the “coming soon” banner at Indian Peaks Medical Center means, wait no longer – a new emergency room and urgent-care center is planned to open June 1.

  • BRIEF: McAda donates to FLHS business clubs

    Fort Lupton High School’s Future Business Leaders of America and DECA club marketing students created the “Go Fort Lupton Blue Devils” signage at McAda Drilling Fluids and McAda Fluids Heating Services in Fort Lupton.

    McAda is donating $500 to the two clubs to help students pay for travel to a state conference. The oilfield service company and the hydraulic fracturing process company are in an office at the northeast corner of U.S. Highway 85 and County Road 8.

  • Small businesses can get help from $400,000 fund

    Tony Parko, Weld County's director of planning services, would love to see more businesses come to him for money.

    Specifically, small businesses in unincorporated areas of the county who have fees to pay to get started can apply for money from $400,000 in the Weld County Microloan Fund this year. Thanks to a vote by the Weld County commissioners to approve $200,000 for the fund and a match by the Colorado Enterprise Fund, Parko is ready to hand out the money to qualified businesses to help them get started on the right foot.

  • Fort Lupton solar field is first of three

    A $25 million solar farm in Fort Lupton is the first of three being built in the region.

    Officials held a grand opening ceremony Monday, Sept. 26, for the 13-megawatt solar farm, which is the largest incorporated solar field in Colorado. The solar panels are a joint partnership between Nashville, Tennessee,-based Silicon Ranch Corp. and United Power Inc. to generate 34.2 million kilowatts annually, producing enough energy for 2,500 homes.

  • Agilent plans manufacturing plant in Frederick

    Agilent Technologies Inc. plans to build a new pharmaceutical manufacturing plant and hire up to 200 people in Frederick, after recently buying 20 acres of land there, the company said in a press statement.

    The Santa Clara, California,-based company plans to  make nucleic acid ingredients, similar to the company’s plant in Boulder. Such ingredients may hold the potential to treat various forms of cancer, diabetes, muscular dystrophy and other disorders, according to the statement.

  • Synergy to spend $505M in Weld

    MetroWest Report

    Oil company Synergy Resources Corp. closed recently on part of a $505 million purchase of the “Greeley Crescent” area of the Wattenberg oilfield in Weld County, a company spokesman said.

  • Synergy to spend $505M in Weld

    MetroWest Report

    Oil company Synergy Resources Corp. closed recently on part of a $505 million purchase of the “Greeley Crescent” area of the Wattenberg oilfield in Weld County, a company spokesman said.

  • Salud dentist receives award

    The National Network for Oral Health Access honored Eva Poulson, DDS, dental director of the Commerce City clinic at Salud Family Health Centers.
        This November, Poulson received the NNOHA’s prestigious Outstanding Clinician award at their National Primary Oral Health Conference in Indianapolis.