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Published October 30, 2007

Scene - Women in Business

Forbidden Fruit-Darcey Powell

Lifetime Emery County resident, Darcey Powell is an elementary school teacher who created a small business called "The Forbidden Fruit." Located on Main Street in Cleveland, she specializes in gourmet caramel apples with a variety of toppings and has...

Wilcox Wireless-Laura Wilcox

Laura Wilcox of Wilcox Wireless Connections has been in business since 2003. Laura is very excited about the rate plans and promotions that Alltel offers to her customers. Alltel is the largest wireless network in the country....

Pats Sew N' Stuff-pat Behling

Hi, I am Pat Behling and I have been in business for 19 years. I opened Pat's Sew N' Stuff because I couldn't buy a spool of thread in Ferron. I started very small and have grown to what we have today. ...

Gordon's Nursery-Hilary Gordon and Tammy Oviatt

The business started in 1984 with a small greenhouse in the backyard. It soon grew to include a floral shop. Tammy Oviatt and Hilary Gordon have been running the business together ever since. All the spring bedding plants are germinated at the greenh...

Statewide Funding Mortgage Brokers-Charity Stilson

Charity Stilson is a mortgage loan officer for Statewide Funding Mortgage Brokers. She was raised in Orangeville and moved back to the area two years ago. She is married to Dean Stilson and has three children. She loves to help the people of Emery an...

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