Bryce Jacobson: Craig restaurant turns 4 years old


Bryce Jacobson, Business Beat

Bryce Jacobson's "Business Beat" appears Mondays in the Craig Daily Press. E-mail him at

One of my personal favorite restaurants turned four years old this week.

When I first arrived in Craig nearly four years ago, they still were operating out of the east side of an old gas station as they prepared the new dining room for business.

Later that year, in 2006, they moved into the well-decorated dining room they serve customers in now.

JW Snacks owners Danny and Teri Griffith and their staff do a great job providing you with a great meal and great service.

You can visit them at 210 E. Victory Way, or you can call in a to-go order at 826-0468.

Fast Money offers payday loans, more

Fast Money, located in Craig, next to Studio 7 at 2029 W. Victory Way, has been open since Aug. 1 to provide you with the cash that you need.

The business offers payday loans, check cashing, money orders, utility billing and faxes. All you will need for a loan of up to $500 is your previous two pay stubs, bank statement and copy of your driver’s license.

Give Melissa a call at 824-1078, or stop by the location during the regular business hours from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays.


westslopeguy 7 years, 4 months ago

I'm confused again. As any of you frequent posters know, happens often. The article claims there is "(1) comment" about this article. When I click the "comment" button, it comes up empty and asks me what I want to post. What a silly question, me??? post?? awww shucks, ok, if I have to .... . But I digress, what I intended to post ...

I can't believe the Craig Daily Press, or Bryce Jacobsen personally would promote this business, let alone provide what is essentially free advertising for it.

With all the media attention focused on the OUTRAGEOUS interest rates that "payday loan sharks" charge, - (It's not just media hype, do the math on even 5bucks for a hundred dollar loan for 2 weeks, you'll be shocked at what that turns into as an APR), and the FACT that, (yes I said "FACT"-something that you'll not see in these posts often), these loan sharks prey on the uninformed who feel they have no recourse and are thereby willing(?) to pay these usury rates, they should be shamed, not promoted. Further, City Council should, in order to protect the weaker of our community, be devising means and ordinances to ban THEM from operating within the limits of our fair city, rather than, well let's not get into that. But then we'd probably get the "well, the state says they have a right to operate, so there's nothing we can do"... but I digress , (again)...

my 2cents, Paul


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