New pizza place on Stettler menu

Another pizza place is coming to Stettler, as the shuffle of businesses opening and closing continues.

Another pizza place is coming to Stettler, as the shuffle of businesses opening and closing continues.

Domino’s Pizza has set up shop on Main Street at the corner of 48 Avenue, confirmed Leann Graham, the Town of Stettler’s planning and development officer.

“They (Domino’s) had originally planned to open in December, though it looks more like January,” Graham said.

Renovations continue on the premises, which the Cash Store had most recently occupied.

As one opens, another downtown business shuts its doors.

Simply Rustic has posted signs that the business will close in the coming weeks.

Just a few doors south, the Bargain Shop is scheduled to close at the end of this month, after announcing last summer its intention to do so.

With new and larger premises, Savage Value Drug Mart plans to open its new location at the end of January.

“Our date of official opening is Jan. 28,” said owner Scott Savage.

Currently located in 4,000 square feet, the new business will expand to 11,600 square feet just north of the current site in the former Odds ’N Ends building.

Just months away, the new Co-op gas bar, convenience store and car wash is scheduled to open in February or March on Highway 12 at 62 Street, Graham said.

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