The Ninth Annual State of the County will kick off Wednesday night with a handful of speakers who will highlight the ebbs and flows in Moffat County and the city of Craig.
Season pass price increases to $1,049
Unrestricted adult season passes will cost $1,049 next winter, which represents a $50 increase over this season. Last year, season pass holders saw a $20-a-year bump in price.
A new grill took the place of what used to be Virginia’s Mexican Food in Mathers bar. On Feb. 14, Shannon Mose and her daughter Tasa Miller opened B&B Grill.
Business news from across Moffat County and all of Colorado.
Our little corner of the world has so many issues that need to be represented at the state and national levels. We need to remember that presentation is everything and make sure that our representation is thorough, powerful and appealing with a reliable reputation.
Craig Biz Buzz for Feb. 16, 2015: Owner of Craig’s RadioShack prepared for changes coming with national chain bankruptcy
On Feb. 5, electronics retailer RadioShack filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and while the fate of many stores bearing its name nationwide are uncertain, its Craig location likely won’t be shutting down, even if some changes will be coming.
The Better Business Bureau warn that although it’s large national companies that get the headlines when a data breach occurs, small businesses account for approximately 85 percent of all data breaches, according to Visa.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife has completed the acquisition of 695 acres, most of which is adjacent to the Rio Blanco State Wildlife Area, located a few miles west of Meeker, according to a press release.
Owner plans to expand cosmetics services
With a new year comes a new look in a new building for the women of Capo Salon. Capo is moving from its current location down the street to 518 Yampa Ave. Business owner Megan Jones officially purchased the 2,500 square foot site from Blake and Charlene Abdella on Friday, re-opening for customers on Monday.
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.