While trick-or-treating is just for kids, that doesn’t mean there’s no fun for adults this coming Halloween weekend.
Naughty Fruit named Entrepreneur Week pitch contest finalist
REDI to hold regional conference this month
The Idaho Cancer Center at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center has been accredited for radiation oncology by the American College of Radiology, the nation’s oldest and most widely accepted radiation oncology accrediting body.
The digital marketing masterpiece known as Get Found First lands its second consecutive year on the Inc. 5000’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America at 1,308.
Coldwell Banker Distinctive Properties and Coldwell Banker Commercial Prime Properties has reached $1 billion in year-to-date sales.
An Idaho Falls company has been named as one of the top 10 best small commercial printing companies to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic by an industry magazine.
Zion’s Bank is helping preserve the Mormon Row Historic District at Grand Teton National Park with a $25,000 donation.
Idahoan Foods donated $19,000 to the Museum of Idaho to help residents participating in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program have access to the museum.
Blue Cross of Idaho is opening a new district office in Idaho Falls.
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D.L Evans Bank puts their money where the need is
West Side and East Side Soil and Water Conservation Districts gift Community Food Basket
Ribbon cutting for Eagle Rock Gallery June 3
This week offers a smattering of business news as we round the Memorial Day corner heading into arguably the best season the Rockies have to offer: summer. This season promises a little more to look forward to as we pull out of a tough winter in the midst of a pandemic.
Businesses supporting businesses is, well, just good for business. And in Idaho Falls, partnerships between local businesses and nonprofits are blooming as we approach the Memorial Day kick-off heading into summer.
The sun is out, the vaccines are in arms and Idaho Falls is posed to enjoy some of the best of the best that spring has to offer: film, music, brew and, well, a monster truck rally because everyone needs a cherry on top these days.
A recently released study on angler use and spending on the Henry’s Fork, Henry’s Lake and the Teton River shows millions of dollars added to the economies of Bonneville, Madison, Fremont, Clark, Teton and Jefferson counties.
Fall River Rural Electric Cooperative, which serves more than 14,000 electrical consumers in parts of three states is seeking candidates for election to its board of directors.
Idaho Falls to host construction combine
Basic American Foods plan COVID vaccination clinics for workers
Madison Memorial Hospital in Rexburg has been named as one of the nation’s top 100 rural and community hospitals by the Chartis Group, a health care advisory firm.
Another retail shop closes in the Grand Teton Mall
Rocknak’s Hardware set to open this month in Terreton
Fall River Electric will rebate profits to cooperative members
Visiting Angels of Eastern Idaho has received the 2021 Best of Home Care – Leader in Excellence Award, adding to its collection of honors.
The Upper Valley Child Advocacy Center has been notified it will be recommended for full national accreditation through the National Children’s Alliance.
A district judge has OK’d a settlement that will require PMS Dune Rentals to change how it does business at the St. Anthony Sand Dunes.
Idaho Falls shoppers will have one less option for buying department store merchandise in person this spring.
Fall River pays $1M in cashback to customers
Melaleuca has announced it will be expanding its operations with a planned 508,000-square-foot distribution center in Kansas City, Mo. It is expected to open in early 2022.
Earlier this year, Idahoan Foods hired 100 new employees after the company saw a 250% increase in sales. Starting this week, Idahoan Foods is looking to hire another 70 employees as demand for non-perishable food products has continued throughout the pandemic. The Idaho Falls-based company i…
Valley Office Systems named top office technology suppliers
The Idaho Falls Downtown Development Corporation is encouraging Idaho Falls residents to shop at small, local businesses this holiday season as stores struggle through the coronavirus pandemic.
Ball Ventures has announced that Mo’ Bettahs Hawaiian Style Restaurant will be coming to Sandcreek Commons in Ammon at the end of April.
Orthopedic clinic breaks ground on new building in Idaho Falls
The 46th annual Festival of Trees is moving online this year from Nov. 16 to Nov. 20.
The governor’s office has announced the launch of Idaho’s Youth Apprenticeship program. The program’s goal is to both provide opportunities to young people and improve the state’s shortage of skilled laborers.
Fluor Idaho has announced it has selected Walsh Engineering Services for its newest mentor-protégé agreement.
Taqueria El Rodeo will be branching out by opening a new food truck.
Ammon named Idaho’s healthiest housing market
Fluor Idaho recently signed a mentor-protégé agreement with MarCom. As part of the agreement, Fluor Idaho will “provide both onsite work experience for employees of MarCom and business development expertise to enhance that small company’s ability to bid on future federal contracts," accordin…
Hawaiian restaurant opens in Idaho Falls
Watkins Distributing and Anheuser-Busch are providing more than 11,000 cans of water to both the Ammon and Rigby fire departments. The water will be used as emergency drinking water while fighting wildfires.
Gem State Staffing will hold an end of summer hiring event at noon Aug. 4 at its Idaho Falls office. The event will allow job seekers to see what jobs are available, apply and interview during the event. While waiting for their turn to interview, those interested can enjoy food and drinks ou…
Many county fairs may be canceled this summer, but that doesn’t have to stop anyone from getting their annual fair food fix. Vendors who traditionally sell their food at the fairs are coming together to offer locals their fair favorites all in one place with the East Idaho Fair Food Tour. Ve…
The Regional Development Alliance has created a reserve fund to help small businesses to recover from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. The private, not-for-profit business financing company has put $750,000 into the program’s fund.
Fall River Electric Cooperative will hold its annual owner-members meeting online this year. The meeting is set for 1 p.m. on Saturday. Company officials said they did this out of an “abundance of caution” due to coronavirus concerns. This will be the company’s first virtual meeting.
Diablas Kitchen will soon be moving to a new location. Currently located on A Street, owner Deanna Bowles Brower is renovating the the former Westbank property at 525 River Parkway. Brower wrote on Facebook that the new building has a “beautiful view of the falls, much bigger dining room and…
Idaho offers PPE access to small businesses
Bertram’s Brewery Closes
The Behavioral Health Center at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center has increased its inpatient acute care beds by 39% after completely a yearlong renovation to provide more room. The adult acute program increased its beds from 28 to 37, while the adolescent program increased its beds from…
Pristine Cleaning Supply, LLC has leased the 4,286 square feet of retail space that was formerly the Payless Shoes location at 425 N. Holmes Ave. in Idaho Falls. Brent Wilson and Brian Wilson of TOK Commercial facilitated the transaction. TOK also facilitated Parkway Eyecare’s renewal of its…
The Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce has created a Facebook page called #SupportIF to bring Idaho Falls businesses together. With the community still figuring out the logistics of social distancing, #SupportIF gives business a platform to “post any changes to their schedules, specials…
Smith’s on South Woodruff Avenue will be closing its doors for the last time at 6 p.m. on April 7 after more than 42 years.