Don Mitchell

Don Paul Mitchell, 76, of Ammon, passed away May 23, 2018, at his home. He was born March 3, 1942, in Shelley, Idaho, to Emmett D. Mitchell and Mary Elizabeth Hardcastle Mitchell. He grew up and attended schools in the area and graduated from Bonneville High School. […]

Ken Reeder

Kenneth Dean Reeder, 80, of Ammon, passed away May 24, 2018, at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center surrounded by his family. Ken was born October 19, 1937, in Idaho Falls, Idaho, to William Russell Reeder and Annie Marguerite Schwartzmann Reeder. He grew up and attended schools in […]

Gae Taylor

Gae Bernice Connell Taylor, 79, passed away at her home from cancer, surrounded by loved ones on May 23, 2018, in Rexburg Idaho. Throughout her sickness she remained positive and courageous right up to the very end. She was born June 6, 1938, in Roberts, Idaho, to […]

What’s the catch with retiring abroad?

By LIZ WESTON NerdWallet The world is full of tropical paradises and other exotic places where a couple can live comfortably on $2,000 a month or less. Plus, good health care abroad can cost a fraction of what it does in the U.S. If living more cheaply […]

Selling a vehicle poses its own set of scam risks

By JEREMY JOHNSON Better Business Bureau When buying a used vehicle, smart shoppers will do all they can avoid being scammed. But what if you are the seller? A new scam is starting to surface, and it’s focused on sellers, not buyers. Better Business Bureau’s Scam Tracker […]

What rising interest rates mean

NEW YORK (AP) — Interest rates are charging higher, and that can be a good or bad thing depending on whether you’re saving or borrowing. For savers, it’s a long-awaited win. After years of making virtually nothing on their money market accounts and certificates of deposit, savers […]

The Gem resurrects I.F. music landmark

By MARC BASHAM In any town, the music scene can be a catalyst for the social environment. Music can be a driving force for in people’s social lives, whether they are interacting at a large regional amphitheater, featuring chart-topping artists on a weekly basis, or at […]

Six people every doctor should have in their corner

By Dan Brown Zions Bank You spend years studying and training in your respective field of medicine. But the capacity to treat a disease won’t prepare you to manage business obligations; neither will the ability to interpret X-rays allow you to understand a financial document. The business […]

Protect yourself from shimming

By JEREMY JOHNSON Better Business Bureau It’s that time of year where many people are traveling or just out enjoying the spring air, which usually translates to extra trips to the gas pump. Most of us pull up, jump out and put our card in the reader […]

REDI, eCobalt get national trade award

By MARC BASHAM A leading national trade publication has honored a local mining company and economic development organization. Trade and Industry Development, which is dedicated to site selections, presented eCobalt’s mining operation in Salmon and its proposed refining facility in Blackfoot, along with Regional Economic Development […]

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