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Bryce Jacobson: The Laundry makes important changes

Cindy Crabtree, owner of The Laundry, has been busy improving her Laundromat this year.

The business has added many new washing machines recently. And The Laundry now offers UPS Shipping service, as well as free Wi-Fi for customers.

Tammy Boutwell and Terry Parr assist Crabtree in offering services, such as full drop-off service, wash n’ fold and ironing.

Stop by the 555 Ledford location to see the improvements to their landscaping and interior.

The business is open from 5:30 a.m. to midnight seven days a week. You also may call the business at 824-WASH (9274) for more information.

Concession business is ready to serve you

Currently offering food seven days a week at Murdoch’s, Tina Williams and Jamie Rogers have opened Home Skillet Concessions.

They are serving such things as hamburgers, hot dogs, brats and much more. They also offer a to-go order.

To place your order, call 756-8471 or stop by Murdoch’s at 2355 W. Victory Way during hunting season.

New building houses construction company

The Wagner Corp., which employees 12 people and has been in business since 1954, has built a new building on First Street in Craig.

The building will house the subsidiary businesses of Wagner Rock and Wagner Construction.

Chief Operating Officer Jay Wagner explained the various products offered by each.

Wagner Rock has gravel pits in Moffat County and will offer full-service landscape supply on site, which will include landscape materials such as boulders and gravel. Wagner Construction is a full-service excavation business for residential, commercial and industrial construction projects.

Also to be offered at the new location will be sales and heavy equipment rental. Stop by and take a look at the new building at 1850 E. First St., or call 824-2709.

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