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Uncertainty about Cabela’s jobs weighs on hometown economy

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — All the questions about Cabela’s future in its western Nebraska hometown after its planned merger with rival Bass Pro Shops next year are taking a toll on the local economy. Business owners in Sidney are having a difficult time since the sale was […]




Business owners follow the demographics

NEW YORK (AP) — Some small business owners looking for customers are following the nation’s changing demographics — literally. They’re moving long distances to places like Florida, Arizona and California, expecting retiring baby boomers to migrate to warmer climates. Jeff Tremblay relocated to Florida to open a […]




EITC hires Chamber of Commerce CEO

POST REGISTER Michelle Holt will have a new role in the community after several years as CEO of the Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce. Holt will replace Ken Erickson in February as Eastern Idaho Technical College’s Workforce Development and Community Education Manager. Erickson is retiring after […]




Scammers look to take advantage of your goodwill

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau During the holiday season, many people are quick to generously donate to causes and charities. It’s a wonderful thing, but scammers also look to take advantage of your goodwill. Better Business Bureau has heard several reports from Idaho residents about people […]




Sister restaurateurs follow their hearts to success

By TAYLOR CARPENTER tcarpenter@postregister.com If you go The Bee’s Knees Pub & Catering Co. is located at 850 Lindsay Blvd., and is connected to the FairBridge Inn. It’s open daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. For information, call 208-524-1669 or visit it at facebook.com/IdahoFallsBeesKnees/. Sisters Devan […]




New D.L. Evans branch opening in Rigby

By TORREY MORTENSON news@postregister.com D.L. Evans Bank will open a branch in Rigby in January. The bank will open at 432 Farnsworth Way, Suite 4, and will be a full service branch offering banking and financial services. “Our bank is excited about the expansion in the community […]




Scams target online shopping through email

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau I made it through Cyber Monday ordering only one item for a holiday gift. I’m still waiting for it to ship, but when it does, I expect I’ll get the email telling me so, complete with a tracking number. Scammers know […]




Q & A: How Trump will change course on health care

By BILL DENTZER Idaho Statesman Not quite one month after the election, President-elect Donald Trump is still sending mixed signals about his plans for the Affordable Care Act. On one hand, in keeping with his campaign vow to repeal the health care law, his nominee to head […]




Be a savvy online shopper with these tips

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau Holiday shopping season is officially in full swing, and many of us will be doing our shopping online. Monday marked the biggest online shopping day of the year. In 2015 online shoppers spent nearly $3 billion during Cyber Monday and visited […]




Parking heat maps come to The Grand Teton Mall

By TORREY MORTENSON news@postregister.com The holiday season is a time for giving, family, and, of course, obnoxious parking situations. Especially at malls like the Grand Teton Mall and other retailers, parking is a real annoyance for consumers. To help alleviate this GGP, the owner of the Grand […]




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