Eastern Idaho dome manufacturer building structures across the world

By MARC BASHAM In 1967, Barry South and his brothers David and Randy came up with an idea for a business that changed the shape of potato cellars for some eastern Idaho growers — they wanted to construct domes. The inspiration for the idea, however, might […]

Scammers prey on vacation renters

By JEREMY JOHNSON Better Business Bureau As the weather begins to warm up and the school year begins to wind down, many are starting to plan a summer vacation. Whether you’re looking to visit family or simply go on an adventure, your Better Business Bureau wants you […]

Architects bring innovative style to I.F.

By MARC BASHAM In August, architects and friends Greg Crost, Graham Whipple, and Jonathan Gallup opened what they hope to be an innovative practice. With 35 years of experience between the trio, they wanted to re-imagine how architectural businesses operate. What they came up with was […]

Restaurant landmark continues family tradition

By MARC BASHAM In any small to mid-size American town there are always establishments that residents reflect upon with fond memories.  It might be the kitchen located in the back of a convenience store, or the local diner that serves up meals you could normally only […]

Challenges of small businesses highlighted

By JEREMY JOHNSON Better Business Bureau In honor of National Small Business Week, Better Business Bureau Northwest + Pacific is showing its support for these great companies and putting a spotlight on the challenges they face. More than half of the American workforce is employed by a […]

Officals return from business outreach in Japan

By MARC BASHAM A delegation of business representatives from eastern Idaho recently returned from a weeklong trip to Japan. At the invitation of Sakae Castings CEO Takashi Suzuki, the delegation toured several cities throughout Japan and discussed potential future business interests in the region. Jan Rogers, […]

Teachers’ summer job brings many rewards

By MARC BASHAM For some educators, the summer months can become a bit drawn out. But one Idaho Falls couple has found what they believe is the perfect summer job to break the monotony, while also giving back to the community. Two years ago, area teachers […]

How not to run out of money in retirement

By LIZ WESTON NerdWallet Americans aren’t terrific at saving for retirement. Many are even worse when it comes to figuring out how much to spend once they get there. An actuary who’s studied the issue for three decades recently proposed a relatively straightforward strategy that can help. […]

INL finalist for cybersecurity award

By MARC BASHAM Idaho National Laboratory has received yet another distinction in the cybersecurity field. INL was a finalist for two 2018 SC Awards, recognizing exceptional information technology security. INL was recognized in the categories of Best IT Security-related Training Program and Best Security Team. The […]

After Facebook scrutiny, is Google next?

By RYAN NAKASHIMA and MATT O’BRIEN AP Technology Writers MENLO PARK, Calif. — Facebook has taken the lion’s share of scrutiny from Congress and the media about data-handling practices that allow savvy marketers and political agents to target specific audiences, but it’s far from alone. YouTube, Google […]

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