Posts Tagged ‘ Inkom ’

Sep 29th, 2015 | By
Rebecca Satter’s Buckskin Outpost, a bed and breakfast in the Buckskin area. Photos are of various features of the bed and breakfast.

By Vanessa Grieve   Fall is a great time to enjoy the changing scenery and explore the region when the summer crowds have concluded their recess.   Fall weather is generally not too hot and not too cold. The scenery is beautiful and people often take scenic drives along the Oregon Trail Scenic Byway
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Women’s Edge program at Pebble Creek Ski Area set

Feb 4th, 2015 | By

   INKOM — The second session of the Women’s Edge program starts today at 1 p.m. at Pebble Creek Ski Area, located near Inkom.   Women who are looking to increase their skill level, overcome fears and boost confidence on the slopes are invited to join the fun.   This three-week program offers clinics in
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Inkom man invents device to stop home floods

Oct 16th, 2014 | By
Brent Singley photo
Brent Singley, right, of Inkom, holds the Stop Flood device he invented to prevent flooding when hoses from the wall service to a washer fail.  His friend Dan Christensen who works at Home Depot was the first to see the device and very impressed with the design.

  By Vanessa Grieve INKOM — Nearly a year ago, Brent Singley stepped into an inch of water in his upstairs laundry room and found a “hurricane” in the basement. He was faced with the mechanics of a house flood caused by a washing-machine hose failure. “It is just a nightmare,” Singley said. “It
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Biggest Show in Idaho set June 28-July 5: Host of entertainment, activities slated for annual local event

Jun 16th, 2014 | By
Biggest show in Idaho logo

BY MICHELE TRUE For The Journal The hills of Pocatello (and Inkom) will soon come alive to the sound of music, fireworks bursting in air and the buzz of community enjoying a wide array of activities. With only a few weeks remaining until the kickoff of The Biggest Show in Idaho Music Festival and Extravaganza,
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Pebble Creek offers spring lift ticket rates

Mar 25th, 2014 | By

INKOM — The Pebble Creek Ski Area manager is offering special rates on adult and children lift tickets for spring break this Wednesday, March 26 through Sunday, March 30. At 3 p.m. each day, interested persons can ski the Aspen hill for free. Rental equipment prices will also be reduced during this time frame. On
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Pebble Creek Ski Area sports brand new first-aid building

Feb 21st, 2014 | By
   Shown is the new ski patrol first aid building at Pebble Creek Ski Area.

BY DAVID ASHBY   Last summer, the Skyline chairlift at the Pebble Creek Ski Area was restarted. Not to carry skiers up the mountain, but to transport building materials to the top of the Skyline lift for construction of a ski patrol first aid building.   The completed building, which opened in December and is
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Inkom’s Ash Grove Cement Co. Continues to Distribute Cement Despite Demolition Project

Jan 23rd, 2014 | By
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Ash Grove Cement Company in Inkom

By Tammy Scardino    INKOM — Despite the demolition project that is currently underway at the Ash Grove Cement Co. plant, customers in need continue to have the option to pick up a load of cement. Currently, seven individuals are employed at the cement terminal.     “Such equipment, when not in use, deteriorates,” says
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Aspen Area at Pebble Creek to open Dec. 21

Dec 16th, 2013 | By

INKOM — The Aspen Area at the Pebble Creek Ski Area is slated to open Saturday, Dec. 21, starting at 9:30 a.m. “The upper mountain will open when we get more snow,” said General Manager Mary Reichman in a news release. She added: “We will be closed Christmas Day.” First-time skier and snowboarder lessons are
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Ski season starts, area resorts optimistic Pebble Creek sports additions, upgrades

Dec 9th, 2013 | By

BY TAMMY SCARDINO TSCARDINO@JOURNALNET.COM Managers of several ski resorts in Eastern Idaho are crossing their fingers with the hope that a series of storms, packed with snow flurries, are headed in their direction. Crews are preparing for the arrival of skiers and snowboarders at the Pebble Creek Ski Area. Mary Reichman, the general manager, says
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Señor Garcia’s moves

Jul 6th, 2013 | By

BY JIMMY HANCOCK CHUBBUCK — Señor Garcia’s Tex-Mex Grill, due to increasing business, has outgrown its prior location and moved to the Ramada in Chubbuck.   Nick Garcia, who began his culinary adventure out of a truck that was typically parked on Yellowstone Avenue in Pocatello, opened a restaurant this past fall at the
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