Building A Stronger Community

Sammy Rich on Mar 14, 2019 10:44:00 AM

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Architect Jerry Myers has been a part of Myers-Anderson Architects for almost 35 years. In that time, he has had the opportunity to be involved in a variety of community projects. Myers Anderson has a focus on using old buildings and restoring them-- blending the old with the new.

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Infinite Fun with Infinite Discs

Sammy Rich on Feb 11, 2019 11:12:00 AM

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Good news: frisbee is cool again.

While most might have played frisbee once or twice, the advanced version of frisbee-- disc golf-- offers extra challenges for players.

Disc golf applies the same elements of traditional golf, where players try to land into holes in the least amount of turns. However in disc golf, the holes are baskets covered in chain, and instead of having drivers and balls, players toss different types of discs designed to do different things. Some are designed to travel far distances, while others are made for accuracy or wind resistance.

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Coffee, Cold Brew, and Smiles

Sammy Rich on Nov 28, 2018 12:33:38 PM

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You may be familiar with some of the most common ways to brew coffee: drip, French press, pour over, espresso. But what about cold brew?

If you haven’t had the chance to try cold brew before, A Different Cup serves up fresh coffee with a side of smiles every day. They have two locations: one located within Station Square in Old Town Pocatello, and a recently-opened second location close to ISU on 4th and Terry.

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Explore Different Worlds in Old Town Pocatello

Sammy Rich on Sep 10, 2018 4:30:43 PM

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When thinking about what future technology can do, you might think about travelling anywhere in the matter of seconds, or making things appear with the simple click of a button, or doing whatever you want in worlds completely different than ours.

What you might not know is that these things are already possible.

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The Washie: An Interview with Robert Poleki

Stephanie Bachman on Aug 7, 2018 9:31:00 AM

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Most people would shake their heads in disgust and grumble at dirty toilet seats in public restrooms, and then abandon the stall altogether for one of a finer quality.

Pocatello County Clerk Robert Poleki took that type of experience while he was at the airport with his son and created something that could flush away those nasty situations.

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Wanderlust: A Diversity of Flavors

Stephanie Bachman on May 23, 2018 12:18:00 PM

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For all you explorers out there who travel by taste, go ahead and set course for Wanderlust, where you can get a sip of the world through its unique, diverse beers on tap and its selection of savory wines.

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6 Ways Drones are Changing the World, One Crop at a Time

Emilie Reed on Mar 16, 2018 11:26:00 AM

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Have you ever flown a drone? Do you know all the crazy cool things you can do with a drone, such as take aerial videos of your house or neighborhood, use it to chase weather storms, or scope out your hunting grounds? Did you know you can also use drones for farming?

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3 Keys to Effective Training

Scott Stephens on Jan 27, 2017 12:00:00 PM

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Imagine going in for a visit with an eye doctor, who before he performed any tests or assessments, handed you a pair of glasses and said, “Here, this is what you need.”

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Why Everyone Needs a Job Working in Customer Service

Andrew Browning on Mar 17, 2016 8:00:00 AM

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We all interact with the customer service industry on a weekly if not daily basis, but not all of us know what it’s like to be on the other side of the counter.  And while customer service jobs may not be the final stop on your career path, there are many great skills that can be learned from working in customer service that are applicable to a vast array of other jobs.

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What happens when OSHA regulations are disregarded?

Andrew Browning on Mar 15, 2016 8:00:00 AM

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 When companies get busted by OSHA, it’s a pretty big deal. They’ll be saying goodbye to some hard-earned cash, and they are putting their employees at an even bigger risk than their wallets.

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