|Published May 27, 2004|
Ma and Pa Grocery Stores Still Surviving
Iona and Steve Giacoletto own and operate Workmens Market in Helper.
Carlson brothers open new wireless business
It's a Carlson business, brothers Joey and Chad have returned to Price and joined their father Jerry in 2 Brothers communications located at 59 East 100 North in Price. They provide Verizon wireless services....
Fitness center opens
A fitness facility specifically designed for women has opened in downtown Price. Lisa and Darrett Hart have opened Curves, a fitness center that features the hour and a half workout in just 30 minutes. Located at 95 East Main Street, Curves opened Ma...
Cooks open nursery
Ricky Cook has been landscaping for the past 10 years and decided to expand his business to a full-blown nursery. Eastern Utah Nursery and Landscape opened May 8 and offers native plants, shrubs, trees and flowers, vegetable plants, shredded bark, to...
Becky's Brew offers variety of coffees
Becky and Max Jones have moved their business across and down the street and opened Becky's Brew at 17 East Main in Price. One of the first businesses on Main Street to offer wireless internet, the coffee shop has expanded and includes soup, sandwich...
Nature's Nitch opens in Helper
People who are looking for European mounts, buffalo and skull paintings, breast collars, horsehair tack or Indian Mandellas can now stop by Nature's Nitch at 110 South Main in Helper. Tim Riley opened the new business on April 30. In addition he also...
Chamber of Commerce on a ribbon cutting frenzy
The Chamber of Commerce have been busy lately, performing ribbon cutting ceremonies for the following new Carbon County businesses:
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