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NFL-Inspired Draft Offers Chance for Construction Jobs

Stehpanie Bachman on Feb 23, 2018 10:33:28 AM

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This year, draft season is coming early.

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iPads and iPhones: 5 Useful Features You Don't Know About

Emilie Reed on Feb 9, 2018 8:46:00 AM

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With technology changing every minute, it can be confusing knowing what features are available to you on your iPhone or iPad. And even once you know what those feature do, it can be even more confusing to figure out how to use them! We want to let you in on 5 useful features of IOS 11 and how they can help you maximize the use of your iPhone or iPad.

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Annual Nuclear Training Taught in Pocatello

Stephanie Bachman on Feb 2, 2018 1:11:12 PM

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Most everyone has heard of or remembers the 1986 Chernobyl disaster that paralyzed people into nuclear fear. Or further back in 1979, when evacuations were advised within a 20-mile perimeter when the second reactor of the Three Mile Island Nuclear Generating Station experienced failures and leaked radiation.

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Enhance Your Videography Skills Through An Adobe Premier Pro Workshop

Stephanie Bachman on Jan 26, 2018 1:01:49 PM

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Let's admit it. Sometimes, you don't know where to start. Whether you are a company with the desire to snag your audience with colorful communication or a growing Youtube star wanting to learn more about meshing together a stellar video, the fact remains the same—you need a little bit of guidance.

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Cyber Hackers Target the Physical World

Stephanie Bachman on Jan 12, 2018 9:07:00 AM

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Let's face it. It seems like our cyber security is pretty horrible.

We re-use simple passwords. We download apps and click on links we probably shouldn’t. Our bank sends us a new credit card when someone makes a fraudulent transaction with our number. In fact, CSOonline, which provides security information to corporate security professionals, estimates $6 trillion in losses to cyber crime by 2021.

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New Year, New You!

Emilie Reed on Dec 29, 2017 10:32:00 AM

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We all know the beginning of a new year brings in countless New Year Resolutions from individuals all around the world. If you are stumped trying to think of what you should accomplish in 2018, we have a list of 10 resolutions that anyone could do!

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Failing Your Way to Success: Blood Transfusions, Blood Types, and Phlebotomy

Stephanie Bachman on Dec 22, 2017 8:17:00 AM

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I like the field of science. You essentially fail your way to success. In order to discover new information and truth, you funnel your hypothesis through the scientific method, go through trials and MANY errors, and eventually come to conclusive ends.

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Coffee Beans, Old Ski Lodges, and Family Values

Stephanie Bachman on Dec 15, 2017 8:04:00 AM

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Homemade bread or bread on the shelf? This is the comparison owner Travis Voskamp makes between his business Leapknot Coffee Roasters and the type of coffee grounds you find at your local grocery store.

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Spring 2018 Catalog Now Released

Stephanie Bachman on Dec 8, 2017 8:19:00 AM

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Christmas is a time of thick creamy fudge, gold and red glimmering tinsel, and compassionate and festive moods. It is also a time of transition, as we prep up for the cold winter by donning puffy coats, wool socks, and a resignation that the roads will be snow-coated frequently for at least the next three or four months.

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6 Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

Stephanie Bachman on Nov 10, 2017 3:06:22 PM

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Amidst the holiday glitter of silver snow, pine wreathes decorated on every door, and the scents of peppermint and hot cider, you may notice that you tend to fall into a sad slump as the days become shorter and sunlight fades away earlier than we'd like it to.

The winter blues, however, can be a symptom of Seasonal Affective Disorder (aptly abbreviated as SAD), which affects 4-6% of people and mildly affects about 10-20% others each winter, according to the American Family Physician website.

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