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If you’ve got a business idea and you couple that with an entrepreneurial itch, you may find yourself tossing and turning at night trying to figure out a plan for moving forward — dreaming of the day you’ll become your own boss.

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The old Club Mecca on Price Main Street has a new owner, is getting a makeover and will reopen within the next year as a completely new Downtown business.

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U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development Utah State Director Randy Parker on Monday announced that USDA is investing nearly $4 million to help rebuild and improve rural water and wastewater infrastructure in Glendale and Nephi.

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The Department of Workforce Services announced last week that eight counties received a total of $900,000 in funding to support plans addressing intergenerational poverty in their local communities.

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The Area Sector Analysis Project  (ASAP) for Carbon and Emery counties is moving into its formal final steps, the Castle Country Business Expansion and Retention Executive Board and members of the Pro-Carbon Board were told on Aug. 23, as Don Albrecht and Marion Bentley from Western Rural De…

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Fitness World is closing on Aug. 31, after serving the local community for more than 14 years.

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Many of you may recall a television commercial depicting everyday people moving about their day with a number above them representing the dollar amount of money they would need to be able to retire.  It happens to be one of my favorite commercials.

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Carbon Medical Service announced it has earned the Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Behavioral Health Care Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards.

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Identity theft can be a time-consuming and costly hassle, but there are measures you can take to protect your personal information and avoid the headache. One tool that can help is credit monitoring. But what exactly does credit monitoring do? And more importantly, is it enough to keep you safe?

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Carbon Medical Service Association, Inc. (CMSA) received a Health Center Quality Improvement Grant in the amount of $78,326 from the US Department of Health and Human Services. In Utah 13 Health Centers received $911,381. Funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), hea…

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Utah’s nonfarm payroll employment for July grew by 3.9 percent, adding 57,100 jobs to the economy since July 2017. Utah’s current employment level is 1,510,700.

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HELPER—About a month ago, Levi Ferguson was musing about a sweet idea stuck in his head—Helper could use an ice cream shop. A few weeks later, with the help of his family, he opened one.

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 During the first two weeks of September, growers of small grains around the country will receive survey forms from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS).

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Speakers at the Aug, 2 Castle Country Business Expansion and Retention meeting will hear details from a month-long study of the area and industries that best match up with it along with what types of businesses residents desire.

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 The Bureau of Land Management will offer 109 parcels, totaling approximately 204,172 acres in the West Desert, Color Country and Green River Districts at its September quarterly oil and gas lease sale. The BLM will hold the lease sale online at www.energynet.com.

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Carbon County Circles, a program to help eliminate intergenerational poverty nationwide as well as in Carbon County, was introduced to two different groups of people last week, as Julie Rosier, the director of the program spoke and presented a video that showed how important it is for commun…

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Jamill Tapia will be stepping down as executive director of the Carbon County Chamber of Commerce, she announced Friday.

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Longtime Price car dealer Tony Basso announced Friday during a chamber of commerce luncheon that he had sold his Tony Basso GM dealership to business partner Blue Diamond Capital.

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Utah State University Eastern will launch three new health professions programs this fall: Medical Laboratory Technician, Pharmacy Technician, and Surgery Technician. All three programs will fill the needs of healthcare facilities and providers in southeastern Utah and the Four Corners regions.

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The Carbon-Emery Chapter of RPAC held its annual luncheon at Pioneer Park last Wednesday. RPAC stands for Realtors Political Action Committee. The purpose of RPAC is to promote the election of pro-realtor candidates. “We invited all the candidates because we have PAC dollars, realtor donatio…

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Many people are familiar with certificates of deposit (CDs) which are available at almost all banks and credit unions.  Your principle is protected by FDIC and you receive a guaranteed rate of interest for a specified period of time, pretty simple right.

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While most people think of the Utah Department of Transportation only concerning itself with roads, in reality the agency also deals with many other kinds of transportation infrastructure, including airports.

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Price City is doing construction on 100 S and 300 E between Main and 100 S. Businesses along these roads are open during construction and are still accessible despite the Road Closed signs.

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 While learning to discuss and manage money as a couple can be a challenge at first, figuring it out can pay dividends for years to come. It’s beneficial to start communicating about money early in a relationship and to maintain open communication on the subject as time goes on.

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Government leaders recently established a larger presence in the ongoing discussion about rural Utah.

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The Helper City Council voted June 7 to rezone property at 625 Industrial Road to allow construction of a new Family Dollar store and additional retail businesses.