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History of Wellsville, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia (Links Added)
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The business district is now smaller than it was several decades ago, but we still support a grocery store, gas station, garages, beauty salons, post office, welding shop, hardware store, dentist, cafe and other businesses. A firehouse was built in 1965, and we have a very efficient Volunteer Fire Department. First Responders have been "on call" since 1983.

Music, sports, and clubs for men, women, and children are all heavily supported and enjoyed. With the annexation of Mt. Sterling and Green's Corner, the 1990 census showed Wellsville with 2,206 citizens and the city is experiencing continual growth.

The chief industries now, as in earlier days, are associated with the soil. There are several fine dairy herds and beef production operation. Many residents are employed outside of the community but return each night proud and happy to be back in Wellsville where a rural atmosphere still flourishes in Our Home Town.

See: LaRayne B. Christensen, Wilma J. Hall, and Ruth H. Maughn, Windows of Wellsville: 1856-1984, (1985).

LaRayne B. Christensen, Wilma J. Hall, Ruth H. Maughan


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