Bryce Jacobson: Happy anniversary, Jamey!
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Craig I know this is a business column, but I want to share some personal business with you today.
As you are reading this, my wife, Jamey, and I are on vacation celebrating our anniversary.
Those of you who know me know what an accomplishment this is that Jamey has put up with me for these past 12 years.
Yes, that's right: We're celebrating our 12th wedding anniversary. I don't know where you apply for sainthood, but I think Jamey would be a great candidate for it.
Downtown Books now carries Neolithics items
Downtown Books now carries some of those items that you used to purchase at Neolithics.
Neolithics closed earlier this year after operating in downtown Craig for more than 12 years.
You can now buy all of the beads and incense at the bookstore. Also for sale at the 543 Yampa Ave. location are books of all kinds. You can buy books for as low as $1.
To reach Downtown Books, you can call 824-5343 or visit the downtown Craig location.
Familiar face at accounting firm
Jones and Associates announced that Chris Jones has joined their team of accountants as of the first of this month.
Jones has been working in the insurance industry for the past 13 years, doing business in Colorado, Arizona and Washington.
Jones, a native of Craig, and his wife and family relocated from Denver this summer.
According to a news release, "Jones decided to relocate their family : to take advantage of the outdoors and the close-knit spirit of the Craig community."
To welcome Jones back to town, call 824-2010 or stop by the 458 Yampa Ave., Suite 200, location in downtown Craig.