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REDI ANNOUNCES DEDICATED FOCUS ON EASTERN IDAHO SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY & RESEARCH SECTORS

IDAHO FALLS, ID –  Due the significant growth in Eastern Idaho’s science, technology and research (STAR) sector, Regional Economic Development for Eastern Idaho (REDI) announced that there will be a greater focus for this vital industry cluster, including the hiring of a Science Technology and Research (STAR) […]

Marketers offer tips on creating great advertisements

Q: What advice would you give to someone looking to open a business here? What’s the first thing they should do to get word out about their business? A: If you’re looking to start a business in east Idaho, be sure to do your homework. It’s a […]

IF airport continues to grow

By KEVIN TREVELLYAN ktrevellyan@postregister.com Idaho Falls Regional Airport passenger numbers continue to show steady growth, but officials think there’s work to be done in narrowing the fare-pricing gap between other airports within driving distance. After a rough year in 2015 following the loss of an airline, about […]

Idaho business loses money to fake invoice

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau Scammers try to trick you whenever and wherever they can – on the phone, in your emails, online and even at your place of business. Whether you own your own business or work for company, big or small, here’s one scam […]

C-A-L Ranch Stores plans grand opening celebration

By JEFF ROBINSON news@postregister.com C-A-L Ranch Stores is holding a grand opening for its new store in Ammon on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The new store, with 70,000 square feet of retail space, is located at 1027 S. 25th East (Hitt Road) next to Walmart. The building […]

Extraordinary demand for workers in Magic Valley

By HEATHER KENNISON Twin Falls Times-News TWIN FALLS — Idaho Home Health and Hospice resorted to a $5,000 sign-on bonus to attract nurses. Job seeker Cammon Wutzke started getting calls from prospective employers within 24 hours of posting his resume online. Unable to recruit fast enough, Hilex […]

Houston hospitals deal with shifting health care landscape

By TODD ACKERMAN, Houston Chronicle HOUSTON (AP) — After Michael Covert submitted his resignation as CEO of the St. Luke’s Health System in June, the initial announcement came not from his Houston bosses, but from the Colorado headquarters of its owner, Catholic Health Initiatives. The Houston Chronicle reports […]

Visa looking to help small businesses go cashless

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Visa is looking to push more small businesses into updating their digital payment technology, offering up to $500,000 to 50 U.S.-based small business owners that are committed to going cashless. To participate in Visa Inc.’s Cashless Challenge, small business restaurants, cafés or food […]

Culver’s opens in Idaho Falls

By JEFF ROBINSON news@postregister.com Culver’s, the largest frozen custard chain in the U.S., has opened at 946 Pancheri Drive. The Idaho Falls location is the second in thve state and one of more than 600 family-owned/operated franchises across 24 states. The other Idaho location is in Twin […]

Scammers target homebuyers through email

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau There’s nothing more exciting and nerve-racking than buying a house. Summer is a popular time to move, so a number of you may be home shopping right now. The process is hard enough to navigate smoothly on its own, so the […]

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