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Tradition: Cache Valley Electric celebrates 100 years of growth
He apparently liked the area enough that he decided to put down roots, and Laub and four other men ended up purchasing the remnants of a company called Logan Electric.
Cache Valley Electric Celebrates 100-Year Mark in April
LOGAN, Utah--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Utah-based Cache Valley Electric (CVE) is celebrating its 100-year anniversary on April 1. In 1915, Henry F. Laub founded Cache Valley Electric in the once small town of Logan, Utah. The young company soon provided an ...
Cache Valley Electric celebrates 100 years of business while looking ahead to ...
In 1914 Henry F. Laub was on assignment from Gillman, Illinois constructing a power line through Cache Valley. He enjoyed the area so much he decided to stay and started his own company. Cache Valley Electric and Auto Supply was born in 1915 and now ...
Wired for success — How Jim Laub got to be one of valley's top businessmen ...
Now the president and CEO of Cache Valley Electric, Laub took the reins of the company in the early 1980s after his father, Jack Laub, decided to step down.
Wyoming DOT awards $12 million in highway contracts
$1.6 million was awarded to Cache Valley Electric Co. to install variable speed limit signs on I-80 between the Utah state line and Evanston, Wyo.
Cache Valley businesses recognized in Utah Business Magazine
Eight Cache Valley businesses appear on the Utah Business Magazine's list of 100 top private companies. Those businesses are Icon Heath and Fitness Inc, Conservice, Cache Valley Electric, Gosser Foods, LW Miller Companies,. Inovar, Inc, LeGrande ...
People on the Move
Logan— Cache Valley Electric Company (“CVE”) is pleased to announce that George A. Hunt was recently appointed as Corporate Risk Manager for Cache Valley Electric Company. Hunt will be working at the CVE office at 1338 Gustin Rd. in Salt Lake City.
More details emerge on Truland's troubled Utah data center project
A Salt Lake City firm called Cache Valley Electric Co. sued the joint venture team overseeing the project for the Army Corps of Engineers late last year after going months without getting paid for its work.
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High-tech firm to relocate to Cache Valley
Nathan Millecam, the CEO of Electric Power Systems (EP Systems), said he is excited about announcing his company's plans to relocate in Logan, Utah to build a world-class energy storage system product line that makes the world safer, cleaner and more ...
The Hollywood story of Cache Valley's 'Danish Bombshell'
Promoted as the “Danish Bombshell” for publicity purposes, Diana was featured in several newspaper articles. One newspaper reported: “Diana Hughes, the celebrated Danish beauty, whom the company announces a rare acquisition, that of a screen star of ...