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Business

  • American 3D Printing makes the virtual real

    Architects: Say you want to quickly get a model of a home, so a potential buyer can see a scale model rather than just the drawings.

    Artists: Say you want to make a small replica of a sculpture.

    Bakers: Say you want to top a wedding cake with likenesses of the bride and groom.

    Parents: Say you want furniture pieces for a dollhouse that are exact replicas of furniture in your house.

    All of these are possible at Evergreen’s American 3D Printing.

  • Evergreen welcomed many new businesses in 2013

    If the number of new businesses opening in Evergreen compared with the number that closed is any indication, the retail and restaurant market here definitely improved last year.

    Evergreen saw several new eateries and retail shops open in 2013, while less than a dozen businesses closed.

    Here’s a rundown of business news reported in the Canyon Courier last year.

    Closures

  • Cactus Jack’s reopens

    Christmas came five days early for Megan and Gary Mitchell when they reopened Cactus Jack’s Saloon on Friday.

    Customers began pouring into the iconic bar and eatery at Highway 73/74 that was extensively damaged during the September flooding, and business has been steady ever since.

    “It’s a Christmas miracle,” Megan said Sunday afternoon amid a large crowd during the Broncos game. “The response has been awesome. Everybody’s been smiling.”

  • BUSINESS BEAT: New deli opens in Evergreen Mountain Market

    A new deli has moved into Evergreen Mountain Market.

    D-Rass Deli, along with La Cuisine of Evergreen, are open in the space that has seen a variety of delis come and go over the years. 

    Owner Laurie Baumer and chef Dylan Shively use the kitchen to prepare a full catering menu of French-inspired meals and appetizers for parties and weddings. Plus, they make breakfast and lunch fare for daily consumption. All sauces are made from scratch, Baumer said.

  • Evergreen's Barb Scripps honored by West Chamber

    Barb Scripps, president of Scripps, Taylor & Associates, was one of 12 Jeffco women honored by the West Chamber on Nov. 15 as part of the 2013 Celebrate Women of Jefferson County program.

  • BUSINESS BEAT: For HearthFire Books, a sweet expansion

    HearthFire Books is morphing into HearthFire Books and Treats.

    The bookstore in Bergen Village has taken over the space next door that had been Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt. HearthFire now offers frozen yogurt and toppings, plus coffee, tea and pastries.

    Owner Kappy Kling assures everyone that her main focus is still the books, but the frozen yogurt/coffee shop will enhance people’s experiences.

  • Making the skies more friendly

    The sometimes-bumpy terrain of air travel can pose a variety of challenges, especially for the young and the old.
    But former flight attendant Patty Petersen of Conifer has addressed the need for some helpful aerial shepherding with her business, From Air to There.

  • Bistro Colorado features field-to-table cuisine

    The owner of Bistro Colorado is confident the restaurant is here to stay, believing that the fourth time is the charm for the location in North Evergreen.

    The French bistro-style café on Bergen Parkway next to the Wood Cellar Bar and Grill opened earlier this month. Three restaurants have come and gone in that spot: Blue Spruce Market, Overseas Café and Suzie’s Café.

  • Conifer cash mob floods Evergreen businesses

    A mob from Conifer attacked downtown Evergreen on Oct. 8 — a "cash mob."

    Borrowing from the spontaneous event known as a "flash mob," when groups dance in public places, a cash mob descends on local businesses to boost their revenues. In this case, a mob from Conifer made up for losses sustained during September’s flooding.

  • Cleanup moving along at Cactus Jack’s

    There’s a whirlwind of activity at Cactus Jack’s Saloon as the owners and employees work to rebuild the landmark business at the corner of Highway 74/73 in downtown Evergreen.

    The remnants of the deck that was demolished by the flooding caused by a week of incessant rains will be lifted out by a crane this week.

    The old floor has been removed, and an electrician and plumber were expected early this week to make sure everything is working before inspections can take place.