Posts Tagged ‘ Wyo. ’

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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Evacuation order downgraded for Jackson businesses

Apr 12th, 2014 | By

   BY JOURNAL STAFF   JACKSON, WYO. — The evacuation order that went into effect Wednesday for residents living along Budge Drive and within the Walgreens apartments in the Hillside Complex due to instability of the hillside in the area remained staunchly in place Friday.   However, the evacuation order was downgraded to an advisory
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Job fair set for the Hampton Inn Jackson Hole

Apr 8th, 2014 | By

   JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. — Hampton Inn Jackson Hole representatives are hosting a job fair April 7-11 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily at their facility, 350 S. U.S. Highway 89.   Hiring managers are specifically looking for full-time, part-time and graveyard positions in the following areas: Front desk, housekeeping, kitchen hosts and maintenance operations.
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Ski season starts, area resorts optimistic Pebble Creek sports additions, upgrades

Dec 9th, 2013 | By
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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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Jackson Hole to offer new lift pass this season

Aug 30th, 2013 | By

TETON VILLAGE, Wyo. — The new, 2014 Grand Pass is now available for purchase, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort officials announced recently The Grand Pass has lift access technology built into the actual pass itself. According to a news release, JHMR officials have integrated advanced RFID lift ticket technology into the pass, so skiers and snowboarders
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Idaho Power seeks to pass on costs

Aug 5th, 2013 | By

BY JOURNAL STAFF Idaho Power Co. is setting the stage to have its customers pay for enhanced pollution control measures for two of four generating units at the Jim Bridger coalfired power plant near Rock Springs, Wyo.   The utility is asking the Idaho Public Utilities Commission, or IPUC, to grant a certificate that would
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June 28 deadline for input on 1,000-mile power line

Jun 17th, 2013 | By

BY JOURNAL STAFF BOISE — The comment period concerning the final environmental impact statement for the Gateway West Transmission Line continues through June 28.   The proposed Gateway West Transmission Line Project will span about 1,000 miles from the Windstar substation east of Casper, Wyo., to the new   Hemingway substation southwest of Boise near Murphy. The
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Teton Park Road opens to traffic

Apr 8th, 2013 | By

MOOSE, Wyo. — The roadways to Teton Park Road from the Taggart Lake parking area to Signal Mountain Lodge open Friday, April 5, for outdoor enthusiasts who plan on partaking in non-motorized activities.   The Teton Park Road will open to vehicular traffic on Wednesday, May 1. Although, prior to that date, visitors should be
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Pure Water Technology: Local business offers purification system

Mar 26th, 2013 | By
TAMMY SCARDINO/IDAHO STATE JOURNAL
Nate Jensen is the newest employee at Yost Business Systems, 385 Yellowstone Ave., in Pocatello. He is their supplies/water specialist.

BY TAMMY SCARDINO tscardino@journalnet.com POCATELLO — Most office-based water coolers dispense hot and cold water at the touch of a button.   It is Nate Jensen’s job to let managers know there’s a difference between standard water coolers and the “Pure Water Technology 3i” system that is now offered through Yost Business Systems, 385 Yellowstone
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Bartender knows all about tequilas

Feb 18th, 2013 | By
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   Ben Williams is a tequila expert after 13 years of serving the fiery drink.

Bridget Ryder Teton Valley News The maracas play in the imagination conjuring up images of a frosty cocktail accented with a yellow umbrella, but tequila is more than margaritas.   “Surprisingly, its harder to produce and more valuable than fine wine,” said Ben Williams, a bartender at both the Trap Bar at Grand Tarhgee resort
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