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Scotty's Country Smokehouse

Episode 91 – Mitch Scott, Scotty’s Country Smokehouse

Posted: February 18, 2021 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Featured

Wait, aren’t you Glenwood? Although we may have known them as Glenwood Smoked Meats, the sale of a production plant became an opportunity for rebranding and also came with a name change. “My father’s nickname was Scotty and we decided we would start using the name Scotty’s,” Mitch explained. Glenwood came from his father and […]

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Team Lionheart MMA

Episode 90 – Weston Barnes, Team Lionheart MMA

Posted: January 28, 2021 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Events, Featured, Health, Sport

The Heart of a Lion Mixed martial arts is becoming more popular and Weston Barnes believes that it saved his life. Weston was a fighter for 11 years and in his last fight, he sustained an injury that took him out of the cage forever. “It was 4 or 5 months of not training and […]

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Fin Fun

Episode 89 – Eric Browning, Fin Fun

Posted: January 21, 2021 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Design, Editor's Choice, Entertainment, Featured, Service

A Legacy of Fun and Family Many of us know Fin Fun as the company that created the first real swimmable mermaid tail but how many of us know it took 40 different business ideas for serial entrepreneurs Karen and Jerry Browning to hit on that successful idea? “They were always doing something and my […]

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Mrs. Powell's Bakery

Episode 88 – Amy Romriell, Mrs. Powell’s Bakery

Posted: January 14, 2021 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Featured, Health, Service

East Idaho Staple Amy Romriell has been baking since she was young. As a way to pass the time, she and her siblings decided to bake treats and learn the ways of the kitchen from her mom. This led to Amy’s love of baking and her starting a small catering business as her children were […]

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Domtec International

Episode 87 – Mike Hunter, Domtec International

Posted: December 24, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Featured, Technology, Travel

From Manure to Domes Storing large quantities is a good application for a dome building as well as hurricane and tornado shelters, but in the beginning, they started out as potato storage in East Idaho. As a young, newly married man, Mike had purchased some farmland in Hamer, Idaho. One day, while hauling manure from […]

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Journeys DDA

Episode 86 – Andy Crossman, Journeys DDA

Posted: December 17, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Education, Featured, Health, Service

The Great of the Greats Some of us dream of one day being the boss of where we work, Andy Crossman made that happen. 10 years ago when he started working for Journeys DDA he had no idea that he’d own the business, but that’s exactly what happened. “In hindsight, it looks like my whole […]

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Josh Packer Photography

Episode 84 – Josh Packer, Josh Packer Photography

Posted: December 3, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Design, Editor's Choice, Entertainment, Featured, Travel

A Side of Beautiful By day Josh Packer is a mild-mannered certified public accountant but in his spare time, he creates masterpieces with photography. “It’s just me out taking photos,” Josh said. Josh explained that his therapy is being out in nature and it was the perfect setting for him to start taking pictures. Josh […]

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Adam Anderson Avalanche Project

Episode 83 – Summer Andersen, Adam Andersen Avalanche Project

Posted: November 26, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Editor's Choice, Education, Events, Featured, Service

Tragedy Turned to Service The evening after her husband’s funeral, Summer Andersen was inspired to do something so that no other family had to feel the pain she and her family were going through. Days earlier on January 10, 2018, her husband, Adam, was killed in an avalanche while snowmobiling in the Mt. Jefferson area […]

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Seger Built Signs

Episode 82 – Brandon Seger, Seger Built Signs

Posted: November 19, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Design, Editor's Choice, Education, Featured

Signs of Side Gig Partnering with his father, Brandon Seger always knew that one day the two of them would have a business together. Brandon’s dad owned his own auto body shop and then became a shop teacher at the local high school. He expanded his services in auto body painting to include airbrushing and […]

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H2O Industries

Episode 81 – Brandon Quinton, H2O Industries

Posted: November 5, 2020 at 5:00 am   /   Business, Design, Editor's Choice, Featured, Sport

For the Love of Powersports Brandon got into free-standing jetskis after having a severe 4-wheeler accident. Having a new family and a new baby he felt the sport was too risky and so he sold his 4-wheelers. He needed an outlet for his energy and turned that toward stand-up jet skiing. Brandon explained that the […]

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