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Published November 8, 2005

Scene - Local Business Session

Green River Coffee Company


Amy Wilmarth from the Green River Coffee company told about her business and gave a slide show with pictures of the business. She said they have a basic menu and their strong suit is making drinks how the customer wants them with high quality product...

Rising Sun quarterhorses


Hal Schiffner from Rising Sun quarterhorses spoke of their move from Southern California to Castle Dale. "We purchased a ranch here last year. We became acquainted with the area through Jon Judd and his wife, Cindy. We purchased the ranch last year a...

Loveless Ash Company


Colleen and Mike Loveless are the owner/operators of Loveless Ash in Price. Colleen gave the presentation because Mike had to go elk hunting and Colleen promised she'd tell on him. Loveless explained that Mike was a diesel mechanic for Utah Power and...

Pro Rehab


A the Castle Valley economic summit, the local session proved to be a big hit with summit goers. The first local business to present was Pro Rehab from Castle Dale. This new business specializes in all types of physical therapy and also houses a well...

Extreme Automotive


Paul Simmons from Extreme Automotive said his automotive business started in his garage at his house, but stems back into his youth when he always had a love for cars. "I was always working on my cars and other people's cars. It's just something I al...

Nielson Construction


Nielson Construction took part in the local session. James Davis from the human resources and safety department represented the company. Davis said that Nielson Construction started in 1967 when John C. Nielson formed the company. The company started...

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