Bryce Jacobson, publisher of the Craig Daily Press

Bryce Jacobson, publisher of the Craig Daily Press

Bryce Jacobson: New treatments offered at NutriTherapy Center


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Holly Sperry, owner of The NutriTherapy Center in downtown Craig, has brought on two new specialists to perform acupuncture treatments.

Barbara Fix and Betsy Smith will be providing five-element acupuncture.

Sperry said acupuncture treats a multitude of illnesses, diseases and general pain.

Sperry also announced that a Community Acupuncture service will be coming soon.

The NutriTherapy Center is located on the corner of Victory Way and Yampa Avenue in downtown Craig.

You can contact the business by calling 824-3400, or visiting, where you will be linked to their Web page at

You also may follow the business on Facebook.

A grand re-opening for local appliance store

Intermountain Appliance hosted its grand re-opening April 2.

The business has expanded its product offerings from appliances to now include flooring, mattresses, countertops, bath/Jacuzzi tubs, and more.

You can find more information online by visiting and searching “Intermountain.” You also can stop by the location at 395 School St., or call 824-6945.

Daily Press launches new online service

The Craig Daily Press has launched a new Web site,, to serve your needs more efficiently.

The site is available for you to handle all of your print subscription needs of the Daily Press. You can start a new subscription, change addresses, make a payment or set up your EZ pay account, all from the comfort of your home.


All of these changes can still be done by stopping by our downtown location at 466 Yampa Ave., or by calling 824-2600.


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