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Bryce Jacobson: Spa Country in new location at mall

Bryce Jacobson

— Spa Country has relocated to a new store inside Centennial Mall.

The store is now located directly across from Vallarta’s Mexican Restaurant.

You can stop by and visit the store at the new location at 1111 W. Victory Way or call them at 824-2121.

New Beginnings opens at the Centennial Mall

There is a new business at Centennial Mall and they offer clothes, books, shoes, toys and much more for kids.

The name of the business is New Beginnings Consignment, owned and managed by Stacy Griffith.

Melanie Griffith is also an employee at the store.

Anyone 18 or older can bring in items and the business will sell those items for a commission. The store is focused on items for youths as old as 18.

The business is located on the far east side of the mall. You can visit the store at the location in the mall or call 824-0101 for more information.

Re/Max passionately pink for the cure

Re/Max About You will be hosting you between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Wednesday for salads and desserts.

Donations are being accepted but are not required. All donations will benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

The employees of Re/Max also encourage everyone, and that means you, to wear pink on this day.

For more information, call Bobbie Jo at 824-7000 or stop by the 390 Yampa Ave. location Wednesday in downtown Craig.

The Popular Bar makes upgrades

The Popular Bar in downtown Craig has made some improvements.

The bar recently had its carpet replaced and pool tables re-felted. Stop by and enjoy the changes and have some spirits. The bar is located downtown at 24 W. Victory Way, and can be reached at 824-9938.

You can easily access information regarding these businesses online at

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