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Carbon county business round up


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The first graduating class of the Eastern Utah School of Dental Assisting poses for a photo along with Dr, Fonnesbeck. The ribbon cutting on Monday marked the official opeining of the school.

Eastern Utah School of Dental Assisting

Dr. Vance Fonnesbeck has been working on patients in his dental practice for some time at 590 East 100 North in Price.

But now there is a new added feature to his operation, a school to train dental assistants.

The Eastern Utah School of Dental Assisting recently graduated its first class of students.

The school was started because Fonnesbeck could see the need for a dental school in the area. Previously, those who wanted to go into that field had to travel outside the area to get their training.

The center opened on May 6. The center will hold a grand opening on August 31 from 5-7 p.m.

For more information on the center residents can call 650-1413.

The Coffee Shop

The Coffee Shop opened last spring in downtown Price at 17 East Main Street.

While the shop is new for Duane and Tammy Sherman, the owning of a business and running a food establishment is not. The couple own Fashion Crossroads and Tammy's grandparents, Louie and Florence Tallerico owned Luigi's Cafe, once a staple in Price, for years.

One of the favorite things people liked at Luigi's was the pastries that Florence baked. Tammy is producing those same pastries (such as biscotti and pizzelles) with her grandma's recipes these days in her new shop.

The Coffee Shop features expresso, cappucino, and latte's, iced and hot. They also carry Italian sodas, ice cream, sandwiches, soups and salads.

All the coffee is ground fresh each day.

The store offers a relaxing coffee house atmosphere with wireless internet.

There is also a convenient rear entrance as well as one off of Main Street.


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