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Column: How to ‘death clean’ your finances

By LIZ WESTON NerdWallet The phrase “death cleaning” may sound jarring to unaccustomed ears, but the concept makes sense. It’s about getting rid of excess rather than leaving a mess for your heirs to sort out. “Death cleaning” is the literal translation of the Swedish word dostadning, […]

‘It’s a treat’

By MARC BASHAM mbasham@postregister.com What do you get when you combine the food prowess of a big city restaurateur with an old barber shop/bar in a town of less than 800 residents? According to some, the region’s best restaurant experience. Migrating from Seattle to Rigby several years […]

Teton House making Menan a must-stop restaurant destination

By MARC BASHAM mbasham@postregister.com What do you get when you combine the food prowess of a big city restaurateur with an old barber shop/bar in a town of less than 800 residents? According to some, the region’s best restaurant experience. Migrating from Seattle to Rigby several years […]

BMH gets grant, donation for new CT scanner

By JEFF ROBINSON news@postregister.com Patients at Bingham Memorial Hospital will soon have access to the latest computed tomography (CT) scanner thanks to a grant from MJ Murdock Charitable Trust of Vancouver, Wash., and a contribution from the Bingham Health Care Foundation. The state-of-the-art Aquilion scanner allows physicians […]

Online shopping driving increased work for carriers

Online shopping driving increased work for carriers

By MARC BASHAM mbasham@postregister.com Mail-by dates The United States Postal Service’s suggested mail-by dates for cards and packages destined for U.S. addresses are: Tuesday — First-class mail Wednesday — Priority Mail Friday — Priority Mail Express. There are many under-appreciated backstories to those working throughout the holiday […]

Bingham Memorial helps save Blackfoot water towers

The historic Blackfoot water towers will get a face-lift after Bingham Memorial Hospital reached a deal with the Blackfoot City Council to buy them. The City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve the sale for $1, the Blackfoot Morning News reported. The Idaho State Journal reported in […]

Idaho Falls man builds custom fishing rods

By KEVIN TREVELLYAN ktrevellyan@postregister.com After selling his eighth or ninth custom fishing rod to the same man in Oregon several years ago, John Patrick Rivera offhandedly said “I hope you’re happy with the stuff, and the fishing is good.” The man didn’t fish with the rods; he […]

Idaho sells 5 commercial properties

From staff and wire reports Five properties Idaho officials offered at an auction sold for above appraised value, but five others didn’t receive any bids. The auction Wednesday by the Idaho Department of Lands brought in nearly $8.5 million, about $1.6 million above the appraised value. An […]

Robison details ‘god-awful’ prison life in new book

By MARC BASHAM mbasham@postregister.com RIGBY — At face value Adrian Rand Robison had it all — business success, a sterling reputation and a loving family. How then did he find himself imprisoned alongside drug kingpins, armed robbers and child pornographers in a federal prison that once housed […]

Sollis named new EIRMC CEO

By NATHAN BROWN nbrown@postregister.com Jeff Sollis will take over as CEO of Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center after the current one retires.  Sollis is the hospital’s chief operating officer now. He will take charge on Jan. 1, after Doug Crabtree, who announced his plans to retire in […]

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