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UI, ISU, CSI and East Idaho Tech host University Place Career Fair Feb. 17 in Idaho Falls

Feb 4th, 2016 | By

By Journal Staff   IDAHO FALLS — The University of Idaho in partnership with Eastern Idaho Technical College, Idaho State University and College of Southern Idaho will be hosting the University Place Career Fair at 1784 Science Center Drive. The fair will be held from 4 to 6 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 17 in the Bennion
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Amy McKinlay joins Idaho Skin Institute in Chubbuck as physician assistant

Feb 4th, 2016 | By

CHUBBUCK — The Idaho Skin Institute, 147 W. Chubbuck Road, announces the addition of Amy McKinlay, PA-C, MPAS, to its growing team of skin care professionals. McKinlay graduated in 2004 from the Idaho State University with a master’s in physician assistant studies and has extensive training and experience in the field of minimally invasive cosmetic
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Better software systems make for a better company – Analyze your systems today

Jan 28th, 2016 | By
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By Cody Ferguson Recently, I have been working with a Boise based company in an effort to improve the set of systems they use on a daily basis for various business tasks. Although their current systems did meet some of their basic needs, an eye on the future showed some serious warning signs. These systems
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Rexburg lawmaker favors expanding multi-state med school program

Jan 14th, 2016 | By
Dave Goins/Idaho News Service
Idaho Senate President Pro Tempore Brent Hill, left, R-Rexburg, sits with Idaho Speaker of the House Scott Bedke, center, R-Oakley, and Idaho Republican Lt. Gov. Brad Little during Monday afternoon’s State of the State and Budget address by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter at the Idaho Capitol building in Boise.

By Dave Goins Idaho News Service BOISE — Saying he supports a proposed Idaho expansion of the five-state WWAMI medical education program, Idaho Senate President Pro Tempore Brent Hill, R-Rexburg, on Monday disclosed a personal connection with WWAMI. Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter in his State of the State and Budget address Monday recommended expanding
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Longtime local architect to retire

Dec 28th, 2015 | By
Architect Pete Anderson, a 50 percent principal owner of Myers-Anderson Architects in Pocatello, will retire at the end of the year. (Photo by Doug Lindley/Idaho State Journal)

By Vanessa Grieve/Idaho State Journal Pete Anderson, a longtime regional architect and 50 percent principal owner of Myers Anderson Architects in Pocatello, will retire at the end of the year and move to a warmer climate. During his career, Anderson, who lives in Chubbuck, has worked on projects too vast and numerous to single out.
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ISU Foundation talks about buying old hospital

Dec 24th, 2015 | By
Michael O'Donnell/Idaho State Journal
The ISU Foundation is talking to the Portneuf Health Care Foundation about the possible purchase of the old hospital complex on Memorial Drive in Pocatello.

By Michael H. O’Donnell modonnell@journalnet.com POCATELLO — As snow swirls across the empty parking lot and collects along the edge of the old Bannock Hospital that served as the west campus of Portneuf Medical Center, talks continue to find a use for the property. Involved in what Idaho State University Foundation Chairman Arlo Luke calls
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ISU students capture story of Garrett Freightlines

Dec 10th, 2015 | By

By Michael H. O’Donnell modonnell@journalnet.com POCATELLO — At its peak, Garrett Freightlines employed about 1,000 people in Pocatello, and its trucking delivery system spanned from California to Minnesota — the fifth largest freight line in the nation. It was a trucking empire that had been started in the shadow of Pocatello’s growing railroad presence back
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Seminar on filing for Social Security to be Dec. 15 in Pocatello

Dec 8th, 2015 | By

POCATELLO — Josh Stoker, financial adviser with Waddell and Reed Inc., invites you to attend “Filing for Social Security: Flexibility and Choice for Your Retirement Income,” set for Dec. 15 at 6:30 p.m., at the Idaho State University Continuing Education Building, 1001 N. Seventh Ave., Pocatello. The presentation on Social Security filing options includes time
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Cynthia Louise Boutique closing

Nov 11th, 2015 | By
Cynthia Naftzger, owner of Cynthia Louise Boutique at 123 N. Main Street, is closing her business in Old Town Pocatello.
Doug Lindley/Idaho State Journal

By Vanessa Grieve vgrieve@journalnet.com POCATELLO — This year, Cynthia Naftzger hung up her dental hygienist tools and began pursuing a master’s degree in counseling. This month Naftzger will close her more than 5-year-old business — Cynthia Louise Boutique. “I loved being in Old Town and the places I’ve had my store,” Naftzger said. Naftzger couldn’t
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Luke, Rahim among those honored at business awards

Oct 29th, 2015 | By
DOUG LINDLEY/IDAHO STATE JOURNAL

By David Ashby dashby@journalnet.com POCATELLO — Arlo Luke and Fahim Rahim won Hall of Fame honors at the Southeast Idaho Business and Achievement Awards held at the Stephens Performing Arts Center in Pocatello on Wednesday night. The annual event’s main sponsors are the Idaho State Journal, Southeast Idaho Business Journal, Pocatello-Chubbuck Chamber of Commerce, Blackfoot
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