Bryce Jacobson: Have you voted yet?
Tomorrow is Election Day.
I simply am stunned by the number of people who already have voted, and I am hopeful that Election Day brings a continuation of the voter turnout we already have experienced.
If you are having doubts about whether it is worth your time to go vote, stop doubting and go do it.
It not only is your right as a citizen of this great country; it also is your duty.
Plus, it is your chance to be heard.
The vote center at Centennial Mall will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday.
New retail sporting goods store now open
On Saturday, Todd and Cena Carlson opened up the newest retail store in Craig, Sports Connection.
This store will offer sporting goods, footwear and apparel. Reebok, Sketchers, Asics and DC are among the many brand names available.
“We have been trying to decide what sort of business we could run in Craig, and this is what we decided on,” said Todd Carlson.
Cena Carlson, president of Sports Connection, with the assistance of daughter-in-law Miranda Carlson, is ready to assist you.
You can visit this store at Centennial Mall across the gallery from Spa Country and Vallarta’s. You also can call Sports Connection at 970-824-1995.
Collection agency now is open for business
Lifelong Moffat County resident Sidney Brasfield has partnered up with Soni Vice to open a new collection agency in Craig.
All Around Recovery has been open since Oct. 15 and is ready to assist you at their 503 Breeze St. location in Craig.
The main focus of the new business is to gather clients and collect their bad debt, and assist the debtors to clean up their credit and get out of the situation that they have found themselves in, according to Vice.
“We are happy to be open and hope to provide a positive service for the community,” Vice said.
For more information, you can contact All Around Recovery at 970-824-9990 or toll free at 1-877-324-9990.
Cook dealership celebrates 45 years
It is said that running a business is very difficult, and many don’t make it even seven years. That’s not the case for Cook Chevrolet-Jeep-Subaru, which is celebrating 45 years of business this year.
“You just don’t hang around this many years without great employees,” Scott Cook, general manager of Cook Chevrolet, said.
Cook’s father, Larry Cook partnered with Floyd Reed 45 years ago in a Chevrolet-Oldsmobile dealership, which was located where Bank of Colorado is now.
The business later moved to where Miller Family Appliance is today, before landing at its current location at 1776 W Victory Way.
Cook added the Jeep line of automobiles to the dealership in the early 1970s, and then Subaru in the late 1970s. The Oldsmobile line of autos was discontinued at the dealership in the late 1990s.
The dealership also has a second location in Steamboat Springs. In 2006, Cook built a new building in Steamboat Springs at 1955 Curve Plaza.
Cook Chevrolet-Jeep-Subaru employs 38 people between both locations.
“We have had great employees through the years and great customers,” Scott Cook said.
You can contact Cook at 824-2100 or 879-3900, or go online at http://www.cookchevrolet.com.
A veteran in Moffat County is facing a handful of felony charges after police say he broke into a family member’s gun safe while on drugs when they confronted him for pawning an expensive tool.