|Published September 5, 2002|
The Business Journal
Counties new exhibition building opens for business
The opening night of the fair and exhibition hall provided a stage for "Solution."
Grand opening celebration at Pinnacle Sports
The grand opening celebration at Pinnacle Sports drew many people on Friday, August 16. Pinnacle Sports is the newest business to locate in the Creekview Shopping Mall. Holding the scissors is Jae Potter, one of the owners. Besides family and friends...
Ribbon cutting at Reams Western Wear
Reams Western Wear also opened its doors in the Creekview Shopping Center this summer. Pictured above, during the grand opening, are members of the Reams team and representatives of the Chamber of Commerce. Holding the scissors are Karon Mills, exec...
Cottage Signs opens in Price
"I know I am one of the few people in the world who actually has a career in a profession that I love." says Chris Langstein, owner of Cottage Signs.
Car Quest awards local scholarships
Chris Fredrickson recently received a scholarship from Car Quest Auto Parts for $1000 to attend CEU. Fredrickson, a Carbon graduate, applied for the scholarship which gets dozens of applicants each year. Pictured are his parents Glen and Debbie Fredr...
Potpourri of Economic Development Items
Two years ago, the Utah Legislature toured our area. As part of the tour, Carbon County Economic Development proposed an aggressive, pro-active, legislative bill for economic development in rural Utah. In February 2001, with the help of Representativ...
Mini Job Fair set for September 18
A Mini Job Fair, sponsored by the Utah Department of Workforce Services and the Carbon and Emery Counties Employer Councils is scheduled for Wednesday, September 18 at the Utah Department of Workforce Services facility located at 475 West Price River...
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