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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 ...
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.
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 ...
Edward Snowden's talk in Vancouver had an 'electric quality'
Ms. Vonn said the Panama Papers - a cache of 11.5 million records leaked from Mossack Fonseca, a Panamanian law firm that has been retained by politicians and business leaders around the world to channel money into tax havens - were a natural focus ...
THE COAL BUST
Alberta and British Columbia are suffering from the fallout of a severe downturn in the global coal market, brought on by China's rapidly cooling industrial demand and the growing shift away from coal-fired electricity generation. It's troubled times ...
NSBI won't fill position based in Sydney
The provincial government tasked Nova Scotia Business Inc. with fostering business growth in communities across the province, and to attract companies to relocate here, as well as assist those in exporting goods and services to the world. The decision ...
The Trams Cars of Pictou County
While the New Glasgow Electric Company was the first to make a proposal for an electric car system in the late 1800s it was brothers Charles A. And Leonard T. Flaherty who brought the dream to fruition bringing hundreds of thousands of dollars of ...
Charges pending in bear feeding incident
Two men were convicted of selling wild deer meat near Cache Creek. One sold packaged deer meet to an undercover officer, and the other attempted to sell a whole deer he had taken while prohibited from hunting.
New Scotian Gold store to focus on agriculture, pet, horse supplies
Scotian Gold is an apple growers co-operative, which also operates a country store and pet and horse supplies store in the Annapolis Valley. The New Glasgow location will sell agricultural goods and materials, as well as pet and horse supplies, and ...
New signs for century-old substation
Known as the BCER Langley Substation, the structure was built at 6835 256th St. by the BC Electric Railway in 1910. Historically referred to as Coghlan Substation, it supplied 600 volts of direct current to boost the interurban trains traveling between ...