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Blackfoot continues economic expansion

By MARC BASHAM mbasham@postregister.com New businesses in Blackfoot • Pappy’s Ice Cream (June) • Blackfoot Movie Mill (June 2018) • eCobalt (Spring 2018) • The 208 Home Services Group (January) • Artisians Corner Shopee (August) • Western Edge Salon (September) • Idaho Renal Center (April) • Milmore […]




EIRMC, Madison receive A grades for patient safety

By JEFF ROBINSON news@postregister.com Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center and Madison Memorial Hospital were among 832 hospitals nationwide to receive “A” grades for patient safety from The Leapfrog Group, a national nonprofit health care ratings organization. Leapfrog’s ratings were released Oct. 31. Leapfrog’s Safety Grade assigns letter […]




Watch out for holiday scams

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau This Saturday is Veterans Day, and many Americans will choose to donate to a veterans’ cause to acknowledge the day. There are many reputable organizations doing great work with current and former service members, but unfortunately, some people are looking to […]




Pay raises elusive despite low unemployment

By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER AP Economics Writer With U.S. unemployment at a 17-year low and businesses complaining that they can’t fill jobs, you might expect pay to be rising sharply as companies try to attract or keep workers. It’s not. The October jobs report showed that pay gains […]




The Waffle Iron to celebrate grand opening

By JEFF ROBINSON news@postregister.com Nate and Jennifer Felton have opened the Waffle Iron in Ammon. The restaurant, located between Cafe Sabor and Fuji in the Edwards Theater complex, will celebrate its grand opening Monday. After living in Charlotte, N.C., for a time the couple decided to bring […]




Facebook Marketplace scams are on the rise

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau Facebook Marketplace can be a great place to find deals on items for sale in your neighborhood. But like any online classified site, watch out for warning signs before handing over money. The Better Business Bureau is seeing reports of Facebook […]




Chamber advocates for I.F.’s success

By MARC BASHAM mbasham@postregister.com When Chip Schwarze moved his family to Idaho Falls from Seattle in 1993, the business community was a shell of what you see today. “Idaho Falls was about 47,000 people,” he said. “We found it frustrating that the nearest Home Depot and Toys […]




Douglas Pape

Douglas James Pape, 67, of Blackfoot, passed away October 27, 2017, at Bingham Memorial Hospital. Douglas was born June 19, 1950, in Menominee, Michigan, to Kenneth Norman Pape and Elizabeth Delores Werptney Pape. He grew up in Menominee, and attended Hamilton Grade School, St. Anne’s Middle School […]




Donald Weisbeck

Donald Weisbeck, 81, of Challis, Idaho died October 18, 2017. Military honors will be at the Fort Harrison State Veterans Cemetery of Helena, Montana. Following his military service, Don returned to Montana where he owned and operated the Eagle Rock Mining Corporation. Donald is survived by son […]




Vickie Riordan

Vickie Riordan of Ammon, ID passed away on 21 October 2017. Vickie was born to the late Earl J and Grace Barrow in Pocatello, ID on August 17, 1948. They moved to Idaho Falls, ID where she graduated from Bonneville High School. Vickie married Robert Riordan on […]




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