Bryce Jacobson: Groups improve downtown visitor kiosk
November 16, 2009
The Moffat County Tourism Association and Downtown Business Association have made improvements to the visitor kiosk located in Alice Pleasant Park in downtown Craig.
The groups have repainted, oiled the roof and installed new plexi glass in order to improve the kiosk's appeal and effectiveness.
They plan to continue displaying fliers regarding upcoming events and happenings in Craig, and these will be kept up-to-date by both organizations.
On the backside of the kiosk will be maps of Moffat County and the city of Craig, which will feature a downtown business directory.
Stop by and check it out, or call the Moffat County Tourism Association at 824-2335 for more information.
New dog groomer in town at Critters R Us
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Inside Critters R Us, at the Centennial Mall, you will now find a new dog groomer — Dog and I.
April Rubley, who is originally from Craig, has opened up her own salon in the mall.
She moved back to Craig after spending time in Glenwood Springs and Aspen, where she learned the dog-grooming trade.
She specializes in small breeds and small dogs ready for the show ring.
Her business hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays, but she also is available for after-hours appointments. Stop by the location at Centennial Mall, 1111 W. Victory Way, or give her a call at 824-5778.
Intermountain store gets remodeled in Craig
Make sure you stop by and see the new "Brand Source Home Gallery" at Intermountain Appliances in Craig.
The new program is designed to offer full home interiors, from bedding to carpet tile and cabinets to lighting, while still offering a large selection of appliances.
The store also has been remodeled, and some working kitchens — which will also be available to use for sales parties and such — have been added.
For more information, stop by 395 School St., or call 824-6945.