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Two East Idahoans get D.L. Evans Bank Employee Service Award

Jan 26th, 2016 | By

By Journal Staff TWIN FALLS — D.L. Evans Bank announces the 2015 D.L. Evans Bank Employee Service Award recipients. Each recipient exemplified the standards of integrity, loyalty, hard work, teamwork, and dedication to customer service. D.L. Evans Bank is proud to honor the following individuals for their years of service. Listed are those from East
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New direction: Chamber unveils new name, new logo, new focus

Jan 23rd, 2014 | By
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   Joined by the Pocatello Chiefs, chamber members cut the ceremonial red ribbon to officially introduce the organization's new name, new logo and new direction. For a gallery, visit idahostatejournal.com  .

BY DAVID ASHBY For the Journal New year. New name. New logo. New direction.   The Greater Pocatello Chamber of Commerce announced on Wednesday at a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Mystique Theater in Chubbuck that it would be changing its name to the Pocatello-Chubbuck Chamber of Commerce. The name change also included the introduction of a
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Business leaders support tax elimination: Hunter, Wittrock tout phase out of personal property tax

Jan 25th, 2013 | By
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By Jimmy Hancock jhancock@journalnet.com POCATELLO — As Idaho legislators surely prepare for debate over whether or not they should eliminate personal property taxes for businesses, two local business leaders believe they see an answer in a relatively gentle nudge given by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter during his state of state address earlier this month. Both Matt
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The Next Big Thing: MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Now It’s Pinterest

Jan 3rd, 2013 | By
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By Ann Swanson Is Your Business Pinterested? The Internet provides businesses with a never ending supply of “the next big thing.” Pinterest recently fell into that category. In the last year, Facebook reached maturity with its initial public offering, MySpace receded into obscurity, and Twitter seems to make the news only when people accidentally Tweet compromising
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