Q & A: How Trump will change course on health care

By BILL DENTZER Idaho Statesman Not quite one month after the election, President-elect Donald Trump is still sending mixed signals about his plans for the Affordable Care Act. On one hand, in keeping with his campaign vow to repeal the health care law, his nominee to head […]

Consider this before expanding your business

Consider this before expanding your business

By Casey Archibald For Eastern Idaho Business Report Expansion is a tricky topic whether your business is one of the Fortune 500 or a local mom and pop just getting its start. Dave Noack, Director of the Eastern Idaho Small Business Development Center (SBDC), said one of […]

Be a savvy online shopper with these tips

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau Holiday shopping season is officially in full swing, and many of us will be doing our shopping online. Monday marked the biggest online shopping day of the year. In 2015 online shoppers spent nearly $3 billion during Cyber Monday and visited […]

Parking heat maps come to The Grand Teton Mall

By TORREY MORTENSON The holiday season is a time for giving, family, and, of course, obnoxious parking situations. Especially at malls like the Grand Teton Mall and other retailers, parking is a real annoyance for consumers. To help alleviate this GGP, the owner of the Grand […]

A look at 4 trends for the holiday shopping season

NEW YORK (AP) — As the 2016 holiday shopping season kicks off, the trends to watch for include some that are a bit wacky. HOT TOYS: This year’s “it” toy: Hatchimals. When a child strokes the egg, it starts to hatch into a stuffed bird-like creature. The […]

Former resident designs concealed carry handbags

By TORREY MORTENSON Kate Woolstenhulme grew up on a farm near Victor in the Teton Valley actively pursuing outdoor sports and being an everyday kid in Idaho. She went to college in Utah, where she pursued a bachelor’s and masters of fine arts degree in studio […]

Check twice before downloading apps, some of them may be fake

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau As holiday shoppers prepare to make their list and check it twice, odds are most of us will at least browse deals online. It seems more and more stores ask shoppers to download a smartphone app, and many use coupons or […]

Why fingers make handy, if not foolproof, digital keys

By BRANDON BAILEY AP Technology Writer SAN FRANCISCO — It sounds like a great idea: Forget passwords, and instead lock your phone or computer with your fingerprint. It’s a convenient form of security — though it’s also perhaps not as safe as you’d think. In their rush […]

Group wants end to Utah law walling off bartenders

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A group of Utah restaurants wants to scrap a law requiring so-called Zion Curtains that wall off customers from bartenders preparing drinks. The Salt Lake Area Restaurant Association plans to hire a lobbyist to push the change during the legislative session starting […]

Company considers future hub for freight drones

POCATELLO (AP) — The founder of an Idaho company that introduced the use of drones in agriculture is dreaming bigger — literally. Empire Unmanned founder Steve Edgar is considering using Pocatello Regional Airport as a future hub for possible freight-carrying drones, reported The Capital Press. Edgar spoke […]

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