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Group: Public in dark about cell tower plans

By MEAD GRUVER Associated Press CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Grand Teton National Park has inappropriately prevented the public from learning about tentative plans for more than 50 miles of fiber-optic cable and new cellphone towers at 11 locations in the majestic preserve in Wyoming, an environmental group says. […]

Gun maker Remington seeks bankruptcy protection

ASSOCIATED PRESS Remington, a company that began making flintlock rifles when there were only 19 United States, has filed for bankruptcy protection. Mounting debts at the arms manufacturer have snowballed, ironically, since the election of Donald Trump, who has called himself a “true friend” to the gun […]

Underground parking garage progressing in I.F.

By MARC BASHAM Idaho Falls has reached “rock bottom” with its latest construction project. But for this project, “rock bottom” is a good thing. This week, construction crews will cap the city’s first underground public parking garage, which is being built below The Broadway development, which […]

Scholarship red flags to watch for

By JEREMY JOHNSON Better Business Bureau For many families, once their child reaches high school, it’s time to start looking for college scholarships. Millions of dollars’ worth of scholarships are awarded each year to college-bound students. Weeding through the numerous types of scholarship offers can be overwhelming. […]

Dr. Slaughter’s closing its doors after 18 years

By MARC BASHAM For 18 years, Darrell Wagner operated his passion project, which also served as a charitable cornerstone in the community. And he has accomplished this through fear, by terrifying customers at Dr. Slaughter’s House of Terror. Dr. Slaughter’s has been operating in Idaho Falls […]

Idaho State hosting ‘combine’ for construction positions

By MARC BASHAM With contractors in the region struggling to find employees to keep up with the demand for real estate construction, Idaho State University is introducing an event to match potential employees and employers. And to do so, they have taken a page from the […]

BBB recommends researching before purchasing a vehicle

By JEREMY JOHNSON Better Business Bureau It’s tax refund season, and it seems many companies have a few ideas about what you should do with the extra cash you could be getting. You have probably seen or heard the ads enticing you to buy a car with […]

Indoor batting cages allow for year-round training

By MARC BASHAM Since the early to mid-1800s, baseball has been at the forefront of American culture. The sport has captured the imagination of youth and produced some of the most recognizable athletes in American history, earning the moniker of “the national pastime.” But for eastern […]

Formal dress rental business to open storefront

By MARC BASHAM A small family dress rental business is moving out of its residential origin and into a new commercial location. Tangled in Tulle, a business that started as the senior project for Bonneville High School graduate Emily Larson in 2012 out of her house, […]

Detecting threats on social media

By JEREMY JOHNSON Better Business Bureau Whether you use it to keep up with friends and family or to network in pursuit of that next career opportunity, social media is an ever-increasing part of our lives. But it can also put us at risk of being a […]

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