Downtown Books in Craig has officially changed hands after new owner Liane Davis-Kling closed on the business with previous owner Terry Carwile on Dec. 31.
The Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming and Clearpoint Credit Counseling Solutions offer the following five tips to help you get out of debt and build a stronger financial future.
The Downtown Business Association will run the Locals Love You More contest through Wednesday. The contest, which began Oct. 1, allows customers to collect their receipts from purchases made at participating downtown business, and for every $250 spent, they will receive an entry in a drawing for donated prizes.
Cheer and excitement rang through Downtown Books this evening after owner Terry Carwile shared the good news that he found a buyer for his bookstore.
With the holiday season in full swing, shoppers tend to look for coupons and discount codes as a means to save money. Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming offers these tips if you’re looking for rebates or coupons.
Currently, Craig has 215,914-square-feet of commercial vacancies. We say, spend more time filling those vacancies.
One of Craig’s favorite restaurants will close its doors on Dec. 20. Double Barrel Steakhouse owners Ann Marie and Mark Roberts have enjoyed their time as restaurant owners, but they’ve decided to say goodbye to the dining business so they can spend more time with their 5-year-old son.
Hayden residents and visitors will soon have convenient access to Margarita Gomez’s authentic Mexican food.
'How long does economic development take?'
Community leaders from Craig, Hayden, Meeker, Steamboat Springs and Rangely entered Colorado Northwestern Community College with diversified ideas about economic development.
With December upon us, the list of holiday activities in Craig and Moffat County goes on and on, so just like Saint Nick, you may want to check it twice to make sure you don’t miss anything.
Business news from across Moffat County and Colorado.
Moffat County real estate sales.
Shopping promotion aims to boost local economies
Residents of Craig are encouraged to join in the movement of Small Business Saturday, an effort to promote locally owned businesses amid the biggest sales weekend of all.
Business news from around Craig, Moffat County and Colorado.
Although Craig Station’s operations and production will remain ever the same, management is changing in early December.