Business News

Business poll: Leave Idaho minimum wage where it is

BOISE — Results from a poll released Feb. 13 by Idaho’s largest and leading small-business association showed almost no support for state legislators in any way tinkering with one of the hottest small-business economies in the nation’s history.

  • February 25, 2020

Far from fleeting

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DowntownCoeur d’Alene store dedicated to keeping runners going

Don’t buy into the failure story line

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We have heard a lot at the Legislature this year about our schools being poor, our student outcomes being weak, and about little progress being made in education. Unfortunately, this storyline serves the purpose of those who advocate for the elimination or weakening of our public schools.

  • February 25, 2020

What a jolt: Electric jet news gives local designer a big lift

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Darold Cummings is perhaps one of the last aeronautical engineers to pencil his airplane designs on sketch paper.

Hot dog! Some career training looks like just having fun

The year was — oh, hell. Never mind what year it was. The year was long, long ago.

  • February 25, 2020

Lucky Friday Mine: Pointing Positive

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The smile is back on Luke Russell’s face.

Idaho Central Credit Union opens new Cd’A branch

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Appleway location brings services under one roof

New overtime rules increase eligibility, expense

A new rule effective in January makes an additional 1.3 million American workers eligible for overtime pay, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

  • February 25, 2020

Cd’A Resort’s Kayoko Magnus appointed to Idaho Travel Council

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The Coeur d’Alene Resort’s associate director of sales, Kayoko Magnus, has been appointed by Gov. Brad Little to represent North Idaho (Region 1) on the Idaho Travel Council.

Video games are big business (and not the end of life as we know it)

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Hey Mom, did you ever think the hours I spent playing Mario Kart could have ended up making me millions?

LOVING THEIR LOCALS

How businesses beat winter blues
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It's no secret that winter can be difficult for local businesses that thrive in the season of tourism.

The price of love

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Flower sales blossom for valentines

Icon Credit Union, Horizon credit Union announce plans to merge

Two long time northwest credit unions partner to combine strengths, benefits of larger organization with local focus

  • January 28, 2020

Networking opportunities with the Post Falls Chamber

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Building a network of friends and professionals is important parts of a fulfilling career path. We at the Post Falls Chamber of Commerce want to provide that opportunity.

  • January 28, 2020