Cocina Linda changes name
Cocina Linda restaurant owner Linda Illsley announces that Cocina Linda is now officially Lindas Local Food Café.
The restaurant will no longer be exclusively a Mexican restaurant. The menu will change to reflect what local farmers have available at any time during the season. All the meats are locally sourced, and the business will source as much produce as it can from local farms.
Lindas Local Food Café is located at the edge of the Albertsons parking lot at 309 W. College Drive. The restaurant is open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Saturday, with Sunday brunch from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and dinner until 9 p.m.
For more information, call 259-6729.
Therapy practice announces hire
Tiffany Purcell has joined the staff at Integrated Physical Therapy.
She received her undergraduate degree in nutrition with an emphasis in pre-med from the University of Texas and completed her masters degree in physical therapy at Western Carolina University. She has experience in myofascial and trigger point release, womens health, aquatic therapy, and both inpatient and outpatient physical therapy.
Outside physical therapy, she enjoys running, cross country skiing, and road and mountain biking.
Purcell is currently working at the businesss Three Springs location and is accepting new patients. For more information, call 385-0644.
Mesa Propane announces manager
Brad Townsend has been appointed as general manager for Mesa Propanes Service Centers in Bayfield and Aztec.
He possesses years of propane management experience across area markets in La Plata, Archuleta and Montezuma counties. Born and raised in Atlanta, Townsend graduated from Carrollton Technical institute. He and his family have lived in La Plata County since 2004.
Townsend will formally start his duties Monday at Mesas new office location, 271 N. Mountain View Drive, Suite 103, in the Aspen Plaza in Bayfield.
Mercury Payment receives award
Integrated payments processor Mercury Payment Systems was named a Best Company to Work For in Colorado for a second time by the Society of Human Resource Management Colorado State Council at an awards luncheon held July 28 at the Westin in Westminster.
One of 10 finalists competing for the prize in the large company category, Mercury placed fourth. Finalists were determined using the results of a two-part comprehensive assessment that included an employer questionnaire and an employee survey. The awards are modeled after Fortune Magazines 100 Best Companies to Work For in America.
For more information, call (800) 846-4472, ext. 1820, or visit www.MercuryPay.com.
Another Dimension announces new hire
Stephanie Garlick has been hired as director of sales at Another Dimension Commercial Interiors.
She is a native of Durango. After graduating from Durango High School, she attended Northern Arizona University and earned her degree in business management and parks and recreation management. Garlick has worked at The Childrens House, where she will continue working as a teacher with Durangos preschool and kindergarten-age children
Another Dimension is a full-service furniture dealer, space planning and design firm doing business in the Four Corners since 2004.
For more information, email Garlick at firstname.lastname@example.org.