North Idaho-made Besel Lavender Processor a must-have for farmers around the world
With three-year strike behind it, Hecla Mining plans to be back at full production by year’s end
It’s time to do the “Happy Dance!” These long, warm days of summer are what we in North Idaho wait for all yearlong! In particular, this year — more than any other year — we say that it’s time for a “Happy Dance!”
PLUMMER — Marimn Health has been selected by Modern Healthcare as one of the top 150 organizations nationwide to be named as a 2020 Best Places to Work in Healthcare.
The only Coeur d’Alene business that’s been around longer than the Coeur d’Alene Press?
Innovation, technology commercialization and entrepreneurship will be the focus of the North Idaho College Venture Center Commercialization Academy, a new eight-week course beginning Sept. 15.
2020 may lead to permanent changes in how we do business, as both companies and employees consider the pluses and minuses of working from home.
As a community we have navigated some uncharted waters in 2020. As we continue to rebuild and rebound, our hope is that we can all finish the race strong, and begin to plan for a very bright 2021.
Critical Power Products and Services in Post Falls was selected as the Veteran-owned Idaho Small Business of the Day for Nov. 14, 2019. On Friday, July 24, Idaho Senator James E. Risch visited Critical Power Products and Services to present their commemorative plaque and flag that flew over the nation’s capital.
Jeni Cook had a plan.
New children’s play center opens in Coeur d’Alene
Tia Tarpley gave an apologetic smile just before 2 p.m. as customer took a Mama Tiaz pizza, protected in its white box, back to his car at the Prairie Pavilion on the northern end of Coeur d’Alene.
It’s like coming home.
Massive sandwiches, homemade goodies, warm hospitality are specialties at Midtown Drive Up Deli
Opening a restaurant is hard enough. Try opening four with all different menus.