August is a month when our “cheese” gets moved, and we must find new ways to deal with it. Author Spencer Johnson, M.D., published his now very-famous book “Who Moved My Cheese?” in 1998. This little book has been used by government agencies, corporations, hospitals, schools, churches and small businesses as an inspirational way to help people deal with change in their life and in their work. During my years in bank management, I often used this gem to help my teams gain perspective and deal with the inevitable changes that life brings.

Neighbors helping neighbors: Rosenberger Construction builds homes, community

The Rosenbergers know a lot about building homes — and building communities.

SHOLEH PATRICK — SBA: ‘Small’ is big business in Idaho

Each year the U.S. Small Business Administration creates a business profile of each state in the union. Using federal economic data culled from government surveys, the Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and Department of Commerce, the profile presents an economic snapshot of Idaho’s “small businesses” — defined as those with 250 to 1,500 employees.