ST. ANTHONY — Thanks to the purchase of two St. Anthony Industrial Park parcels the city will pay off a $250,000 Development Company loan used to develop the park. The organization is also known as the East Idaho Planning and Development Association.
REXBURG — Restoration work on a local Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant proved to be more than a headache for the company in charge of the repair work.
REXBURG — Gator Jack’s in Hemming Village is under new ownership.
According to a recent survey by Project: Time Off, workers in Idaho are the least likely to use all their vacation time.
ST. ANTHONY — Glenwood Smoked Products is now owned by an Oregon family that’s spent generations running a similar facility.
REXBURG — Burke Teichert, a regular contributor to Beef magazine who has 37 years of ranch-management experience, will be the keynote speaker at this winter’s Idaho Range Livestock Symposium in Marsing, Twin Falls, Pocatello and Rexburg Jan. 9-12, sponsored by University of Idaho Extension a…
REXBURG — With a new year comes a new Rexburg business that focuses on improving the local social scene using singing, dancing and waffles.
The Idaho Irrigation Equipment Show & Conference will showcase the latest information in the irrigation industry.
The Daytona Dairy in Dayton, which is near Preston, has passed into the history books when load after load of semitrailers moved 2,900 cows to their new homes last week.
REXBURG — A group of students at Madison Middle School recently visited Rexburg’s three grocery stores with one item on their list: convince store managers to discourage plastic bag usage.