Business Beat: Up and at ‘em with Elevated Technologies

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Bryce Jacobson, publisher of the Craig Daily Press

If you’re looking to install or repair an elevator in your building, Elevated Technologies, located in Craig and serving Northwest and Central Colorado, is available to help you.

Elevated Technologies is now offering free consultation and free estimates.

Services that are offered include elevator service, repair, modernization, installation and inspection.

You can contact owner/operator Ron Hatcher by calling 379-4677, or find out more about the business online at www.elevatedtechnologies.com.

Mall welcomes new clothing store

A new clothing store, CK Modas, has opened in the Centennial Mall.

CK Modas is owned and operated by Flor Montes. The store offers clothes for children, men and women. It also sells shoes, jewelry and more.

You can visit the store from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday thru Friday, or from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The store is located across from Eyecare Specialties.

To reach the business, call 629-0234.

Looking to lose some weight?

Although the weather is changing, For the Health of It weight loss clinic contends you can still lose weight.

Co-owned by Ginny Latham and Erica Baker, this new business offers supplements and pre-packaged protein that will assist you in losing that unwanted extra weight.

The business, located inside Holistic Health & Fitness at 420 Breeze St., in downtown Craig, is by appointment only. Call 824-9252 to set up your appointment.

Law office announces Bates as county counsel

The Law Offices of Ralph A. Cantafio announced that Lindsey Bates, Esq., has been designated as county counsel for the Democratic Party in the November general election, according to a news release.

“Irrespective of the party for whom any voter is affiliated, Lindsey is dedicated to a fair and impartial election process,” the release stated.

Bates has received specific training reviewing federal and Colorado election laws, as well as updates on recent changes in this area of law.

If you have any questions as to your rights as a voter or have any concerns as to whether all of the election laws are being fairly and impartially applied and enforced, call Bates at 879-4567.

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