POCATELLO — In the opening remarks of this semester’s Idaho State University College of Business Speaker Series event, College of Business Professional Development Director and Assistant Dean John Ney announced the first Outstanding Student Leader award recipient in six years.
Teton Vascular Institute announces grand opening of its new vascular facility in Pocatello. The event is open to the public to tour the new suite and schedule complimentary screenings. and learn how vascular treatments improve quality of life for those suffering from varicose veins, peripher…
POCATELLO — "Union Pacific Railroad Update" will be the program topic this Thursday at the Pocatello Rotary Club luncheon meeting. The event begins at Noon at the Pocatello Clarion Inn, 1399 Bench Road.
At the corner of Yellowstone Avenue and Oak Street in Pocatello, passing motorists can view pink flamingos, green flying pigs, jumbo purple flowers, turquoise peacocks, yellow windmills, red roses and giant Sasquatches.
POCATELLO — The College of Business at Idaho State University will host an informational Lunch with the College of Business event for all students who are interested in learning more about its programs on April 10 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Pond Student Union Wood River Rooms.
For the last four years, progress on the proposed Jackson Hole Junction Commercial Center in Idaho Falls has been a tedious process.
Bee Happy Pediatrics has opened its doors Monday in Idaho Falls.
IDAHO FALLS — There aren’t a lot of things to do in Idaho Falls during the winter to escape the cold, so Natalie Zohner wandered into East Idaho Aquarium’s blue halls with her children.
Takashi Suzuki didn’t get what he needed in Silicon Valley. But he found it in Idaho.
Will the Idaho Falls Regional Airport offer direct flights to Seattle this year? We’ll see.
IDAHO FALLS — Regional Economic Development for Eastern Idaho (REDI) and participants from Idaho Departments of Commerce and Agriculture, University of Idaho and Idaho Sen. Kelly Anthon are in Japan until April 18.
Know a young person between the ages of 16 and 25 who has demonstrated an enthusiasm and passion for an innovative idea or project? Is he or she working or developing new ideas in areas such as music, the performing arts, technology or entrepreneurship?
BURLEY — Doug Griffiths, author of “13 Ways to Kill Your Community” and president/CEO of 13 Ways Inc., will be the keynote speaker at the Idaho Economic Development Association’s Annual Spring Conference on April 25 at the Burley Inn.
The Idaho Department of Commerce is seeking applications for participation in its Rural Idaho Economic Development Professional Program for the state fiscal year beginning July 1. Applications are due on May 15.
The vast majority of backyard sheds across the valley play host to lawnmowers and cobwebbed seasonal decorations, but in one 12-foot by 24-foot outbuilding in Hyde Park, handcrafted surfboards are taking shape.
With millennials today making up the largest generation in the U.S. workforce yet earning 20 percent less than Baby Boomers did at the same age, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018's best and worst states for millennials.
BOISE — Family travel trends are changing, with more families planning multiple vacations and seeking unique experiences this year, according to AAA’s new survey.
If you’ve been considering buying some property and becoming a landlord, now might just be the perfect time to take the plunge.
NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon has taken another step to woo low-income shoppers to its site and away from rival Walmart.
SAN FRANCISCO — As a member of a millennia-old profession, 28-year-old artist Laura Rokas can do her job — painting, sculpting, drawing, weaving — without the help of most modern technology. But the Bay Area artist makes one exception: Instagram.