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Business Beat: Bank of Colorado president graduates from CU banking program

Bryce Jacobson

Bryce Jacobson, publisher of the Craig Daily Press

David Dempster, branch president of the Bank of Colorado in Craig, has completed the graduate school of banking at Colorado, according to a news release.

The program provides training to banking professionals in the areas of "management and leadership," the release reported.

Dempster was among more than 100 banking professionals to graduate from the course this year, which was the program's 60th anniversary.

To congratulate Dempster, you can call him at 824-9421, or stop by the bank located at 250 W. Victory Way.

New owners take on local locksmith business

Rocky Innes has sold his business, Locksmith of Craig, to Yvonne and Roy McAnally, also of Craig.

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The business will be co-located at the offices of American Northwest Realty, which is co-owned by Yvonne and Roy McAnally, as well as Jamie McAnally.

When asked why he made the decision to acquire the business, Roy McAnally said, "An opportunity to diversify, it also is a great fit for real estate, because houses and locks go together. It is also one more way to help the community."

Both businesses will be located at 105 E. Victory Way.

You can contact American Northwest Realty by calling 824-3445 or Locksmith of Craig at the number you have always used, which is 824-5772. Business Spotlight

Craig Powersports, a local dealership that celebrated two years in business earlier this year, offers brands such as Ski-doo, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Can-Am, Polaris, KTM, and Suzuki.

According to the webpage, "We service all models and have factory-trained technicians ready to assist with any issue or upgrade.

"We have a full line of parts and accessories to get you where you need to go."

You can contact the business online at by searching keywords such as ATV, or you can also visit 2607 E. Highway 40, or call 826-0060.

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