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Sponsored content: Controlling your message: Who are you again?

Your customers are always paying attention. So, as a business owner, you need to ask yourself, “What are people noticing about me and my business?”

Sponsored content: Hitting the “dusty” trail: Dry weather can cause debris to clog air filters

For motorized trail riders, the heat and dry soil are part of what makes the outdoors great – even though it can be hard on machines.

Sponsored content: St. Mary’s nurses: Everyday heroes in the health care field making a difference

Nurses have one of the most challenging and rewarding jobs out there. They are some of the most dedicated professionals in the health care field, provid-ing comfort, respite and necessary care to those who fall ill.

Sponsored content: New Bud's Powersports service writer enjoys Idaho's fishing and hunting

Don Fritz started out in the automotive industry, moving from being a technician to running independent stores and eventually owning his own auto repair shop.

Sponsored content: Idaho County Light and Power giving back to its members

Did you receive a credit on your electric bill this month?

Sponsored content: Visit Fenn Ranger Station

Tires get us to places we have to go, and more importantly, destinations we want to go. And North Central Idaho has lots to go see. Make a stop at the Fenn Ranger Station.

Sponsored content: Get better deals than retail in an auction

Auction opportunities are out there every month. Whether you are buying or selling, GOBIDTODAY.COM is your local source for competitively priced goods ranging from motor vehicles to agricultural machinery and implements, to appliances such as refrigerators and washers/dryers.

Sponsored content: Three ways you can turn product into profit

Do you own a business and want to turn a profit? If you answered yes, (be honest, you totally did) your first step to achieving monetary success is to examine your marketing budget.

Sponsored content: "It’s a family here" for Grangeville Health and Rehabilitation Housekeeping supervisor

“If you’re doing your job well, you get attached,” said Camilla Sonnenburg. “That’s just how it is.” Sonnenburg has worked for GHR for 11 years and is the housekeeping supervisor. She also has her CNA certification, so she works the floor and deals with the residents on many different levels.

Sponsored content: Floors are too important to ignore

Many things make up a home, but your floors are the important foundation to be considering.

Sponsored content: Information technology and healthcare work together

Healthcare today is much different than it was even just a few years ago, and much of that change has taken place “behind the scenes” in the area of electronic records and Information Technology.

Sponsored content: You have our permission to enjoy your yard this week

Work, work, work. Dig this and weed that. Haul out the clippings, haul in the fertilizer.

Sponsored content: Understanding lumbar spinal stenosis: Treatment methods explained

Lumbar spinal stenosis—one of the most common reasons for spinal surgery in older people—results in elderly patients who have bent-forward, shuffling posture and a characteristic small-step gait.

Sponsored content: Idaho attractions: Scenic stops along U.S. 12

Tires get us to places we have to go, and more importantly, destinations we want to go. And North Central Idaho has lots to go see.

Sponsored content: Why the Snake River dams matter to us

All the power we provide comes from the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA). BPA is a nonprofit federal power marketing administration based in the North-west. They serve 142 customers, including us and 53 other cooperatives, at cost. With 21 federal hydroelectric dams, BPA generates enough power for 13.5 mil-lion people. This is quite an amazing feat when you think about it – and it happens with the flip of a switch!

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