|Published November 19, 2013|
Women in Business: Sheila's Bees
My name is Shelia Anderson, I live in Emery and we have been involved in the honey bee business for the past six years. We decided we needed someway to keep us busy in our retirement years; but little did we realize that it would soon become a full t...
Women in Business: Forbidden Fruit
Lifetime Emery County resident, Darcey Powell is an elementary school teacher who created a confectionery business called "The Forbidden Fruit." She specializes in gourmet caramel apples, along with a myriad of chocolate and caramel delicacies includ...
Women in Business: Hair Cellar
I'm Lisa Johnson from Orangeville Utah. Owner and stylist of the Hair Cellar.
Women in Business: Earl's furniture and appliance
Earl's Furniture and Appliance Store located at 390 North Main Street in Huntington has been in business for 60 plus years and three generations. They sell furniture, appliances and accessories. Earl's is excited about their newest addition of the Ki...
Women in Business: LaRae's dance studio
LaRae Majors, owner of LaRae's Dance Studio Gym, started teaching dance and tumbling in 1953. The business moved to its present location at 240 South 300 West, Huntington, in September, 1976. Classes currently offered here include tap, ballet, jazz, ...
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