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Businesswoman knows Idaho’s best rec spots

Growing up on a farm in Oregon gave K’Lynn Kennedy an appreciation for hard work and allowed her opportunities for physical activities like fence mending. Then, while working as a reservationist in Sedona, Ariz. with Grand Canyon Tour Company, she ...

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Gem State vintners meet traveling author

Steve Roberts wrote a thorough and engaging guidebook about the Idaho wine industry called WineTrails of Idaho. He is a part-time Idaho resident who has a home in Ketchum when he isn’t living and working outside Seattle, Wash., on Mercer ...

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Clearing up credit union confusion

For years credit unions have quietly and unassumingly served their members well, not looking for recognition. But many misconceptions about credit unions still exist today. Most people believe they cannot join a “federal” credit union due to the fact they ...

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Electric company changes to stay current

It’s not a new business by any means. In fact, it’s been around for over 30 years now. However, as we all know, the definition of insanity is “doing the same thing but expecting different results.” Rocky Mountain Electric in ...

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Electronic systems make it safer, easier for credit union members (access required)

When Idaho Central Credit Union began looking for a system that would enhance customer satisfaction with faster loan funding, they kept in mind customer security. Camille Montgomery, information systems business analyst at ICCU, said, “We looked to improve loan process ...

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CapEd credit union shares profits through grants

Capital Educators Federal Credit Union shares its profits with teachers through a grant program that helps fund school-related materials, special projects and field trips. The grants have been widely dispersed throughout the area, and educators have found eclectic uses for ...

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