Newspaper building facelift will cause brief inconvenience |

Newspaper building facelift will cause brief inconvenience

The outside of the Craig Press will receive a facelift starting next week.
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Staff report

The Craig Daily Press is remodeling the outside of its building to improve its look and become a better downtown partner.

Starting Monday, customers will have limited access to the front office of the newspaper for the week. Because of that, customers needing a newspaper during that limited access can call 970-824-7031, and a newspaper employee will bring out a newspaper.

Customers with other needs, such as Print Shop items, or classified or retail advertising, can call ahead of time to make arrangements.

Daily Press publisher Renee Campbell thanks the paper’s customers ahead of time for their patience and understanding.

“We feel we were overdue for a facelift,” said Campbell. “At the same time, an attractive building makes us a better downtown partner.”

The building’s remodeling won’t cause any problems for home delivery.

Work to the building will include new paint, stone overlay and new windows.



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