Bryce Jacobson: New business opens in downtown Craig

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Bryce Jacobson, Business Beat

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

Citing the advantages of a bigger shop and better showroom, High Desert Outdoor Power owners Paula and Rob Haughey have moved their business to a new location at 351 School St.

Paula said the new location is more convenient for customers, and the shop area is much larger, which will enable them to work on more and larger equipment.

She also commented on how the new showroom space allows them to better display inventory.

Stop by and see them at their new location, or call them at 824-5711. You may also visit them online at www.hdoutdoorpower.com.

Registrations for pool leagues being accepted

Yampa Valley American Poolplayers Association’s spring session is set to begin Sunday at the Holiday Inn of Craig and Mathers Lounge & Café. Team registrations now are being accepted.

To register or get more information, call Michelle Reed at 826-2783, or by e-mailing her at yvapa@msn.com.

By competing in the local organization, you may qualify for regional and/or national 8-Ball Classic tournaments.

Winners of those tournaments compete for more than $250,000 in cash and/or prizes.

Local eatery now will offer ‘Take and Bake’

You now have more options on how you can get your pizza, calzone or stromboli from Cugino’s, 572 Breeze St.

The restaurant has begun offering a “Take and Bake” program, which allows you to take your order home and bake it when you are ready.

All you have to do is either call them at 824-6323, or stop by and order the product you want, choosing from more than 15 different toppings.

You will get your pizza, calzone or stromboli in an oven-ready container.

Cugino’s is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week.

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