|Published April 28, 2005|
The Business Journal
The Speed Business
From the minute the horseless carriage showed up in America, if there were two vehicles in the same town, one can be sure there was a race. And as people raced one another, they found ways to make their cars go faster and faster. For some the obsessi...
New ventures in Carbon County open their doors
Members of the Chamber of Commerce stand as Sutherland's manager Wayne Clausing cuts the ribbon to open their new store at the east end of Price on Highway 55. Sutherlands carries a complete line of building materials, tools, garden supplies and appl...
Native son honored as leader
Former Price resident, Jim New, was recently recognized by the Chair Academy as an "International Exemplary Leader." New, the Associate Dean of Applied Industrial Technologies at Truckee Meadows Community College in Reno, Nev., received the award at ...
New Utah law protects assets
A new law just passed by the Utah State Legislature, which enables people to accumulate cash inside a life insurance policy and have the cash and death benefit be exempt from creditors is an asset-protection tool that can bring financial security and...
Chamber of Commerce luncheon, members announced
On April 21 the Carbon Chamber of Commerce held their monthly luncheon and the guest speakers were from the New Heights Clubhouse.
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