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A lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest, Brooke Strickland is a full time freelance writer & social media specialist that specializes in writing blogs and other website content for local and national companies. She is also the co-author of Hooked on Games, a book about technology and video game addiction. View her website at: brookestrickland.org

Hillco Technologies recognized as July Small Business of the Month  (access required)

Founded in 1963, Hillco Technologies has created a thriving aftermarket agriculture manufacturing company that provides solutions and products that are engineered in-house for today’s farmers and ranchers. Hillco Technologies is a second-generation owned company, now owned and operated by Lenny ...

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Kiln invests to create a cleaner coworking space  (access required)

Kiln, a new flexible office space and coworking community in Meridian, has introduced two innovations inside its building, which it said demonstrate its commitment to being a unique, family-focused workspace. Pluie, a self-sanitizing diaper changing table for public restrooms, and ...

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Designing for physical therapy (access required)

Opening a physical therapy (PT) practice involves managing a lot of moving parts. Therapists must determine their methodology in treating patients, figure out what kind of team they want to work with them, and above all, understand that working with ...

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Farm-to-door delivery service launches in Boise  (access required)

Farm-to-door delivery service - Boise 

FarmDeliver, a Boise-born company launched in May of this year, is making locally and sustainably grown food accessible for homes around the area, and everything — from meat and dairy products to bread and produce — is delivered right to ...

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Cox’s Honey named June Small Business of the Month  (access required)

Cox’s Honey has been making life a little sweeter for almost 100 years. The company began in 1927 when Orville Cox started selling honey from his roadside vegetable stand leading from Idaho Falls to Yellowstone. Now in its third generation ...

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Idaho State University sign language interpreting instructor awarded $2.1M grant for health care project (access required)

Idaho State University (ISU) researcher and clinical associate professor for sign language interpreting Elizabeth Schniedewind recently received a $2.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education through its Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA). The funding, which will be released over ...

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Camp River Run seeks business collaborators to host summer camp in Fairfield (access required)

Read More IBR Headlines Founded in 2008, Camp River Run offers a summer camp and day camps throughout the year for young people ages 7-17 who are coping with life threatening illness or disabling/ongoing medical conditions. This year, the organization ...

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Joule Case planning for growth through continued crowdfunding  (access required)

There’s a new energy at Joule Case, charged with possibilities of new markets and new products. The company, which was started in an Idaho garage by Alex Livingston and James Wagoner, has had notable success in fundraising to get the ...

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Downtown events return to encourage local business patronage  (access required)

The pandemic may have reshaped how events operated during the last couple of years, including as recently as last holiday season for some areas, but looking ahead to this summer, cities around Idaho have expressed excitement for getting back to hosting a ...

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Habitat for Humanity ReStore plans Idaho Falls community garden  (access required)

Idaho Falls is set to get a little bit greener, as the Habitat for Humanity ReStore plans to launch a community garden behind its location at 1954 N. Yellowstone Highway. Corrie Dashnaw, the ReStore manager, said that she thought of ...

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