Lewiston - Write Your Business Plan Now – Nov. 19, 11:30 am, $20, Small Business Development Center, 406 Main St., Lewiston. Instructor: Barbara Leachman. - Want a business plan but can’t seem to get it done? Take out your pen or use a laptop NOW. This workshop is the time to make it happen!
Get the information you need ahead of starting your business by taking this workshop! The fee is $10 per person and will be held at the LCSC Orofino Outreach Center at 416 Johnson Avenue on Oct. 17 from 6-7:30 p.m. You will be given important resources to help with a new business in addition…
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – Low-interest federal disaster loans are available to Idaho businesses and residents affected by the severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides that occurred April 713, 2019, announced acting Administrator Christopher M. Pilkerton of the U.S. Small Business Adminis…
Grangeville – The Idaho Department of Labor is implementing its new service model in the Grangeville region, providing direct mobile services to Grangeville, Riggins, Kamiah and Nezperce beginning Aug. 1.
A workshop, “Write Your Business Plan Now” will be taught at Nez Perce Tribe Wa-A’Yas Community Center, 401 Idaho Street, Kamiah, July 12. It will run from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and Barbara Leachman is the instructor.
The North Central Idaho Small Business Development Center at Lewis-Clark State College has scheduled three workshops in Lapwai and one in Kamiah on how to write a business plan, help with accounting and record keeping, and feasibility.
The Coffee Lady, owned by Chantel Blake and located at 10280 Highway 12, received a hearty welcome from Orofino Chamber of Commerce members on June 27.
At the Clearwater County Economic Development office we love to garden, not only the type that includes getting nicely composted soil under your fingernails but also Economic Gardening, where we cultivate community capacity, infrastructure, entrepreneurism and supporting local business growth.
They’re back! Fabian and Shelley McFeron, along with some of their family members, have recently moved back to Pierce, after their dream was realized and they purchased Pierce’s S&S Foods in November of 2016.
Orofino Wellness Center welcomes new team member Joni Mangum as their new massage therapist! After constantly having a three month wait list for massage therapy at Orofino Wellness Center, Joni Mangum realized an opportunity to take advantage of her interest in fitness and human anatomy.
This week’s chamber shoutout goes to our newest chamber, member Snap Fitness 24 Hour Gym. This gym is located in the Riverside are of Orofino, next to Barney’s Harvest Foods, and owned by Dustin Roby, a former Orofino Maniac, now of the Lewis Clark Valley
This week’s Chamber Shout Out goes to one of our newest Chamber members, Tom’s Auto & Truck Repair. They are a locally-owned business located at 11040 Highway 12, Orofino.
This week’s chamber shout-out goes to one of our newest members, the Lolo Trail Muzzleloaders Club (LTML) here in Orofino. LTML is a non-profit, family-oriented group full of great people that like to have some fun.
Allyson and John Thomas would like to nominate Ron and Nadine Miller, owners of Miller Marine Services & Accessories, Inc., for the “Show us your appreciation” column that began running in the Clearwater Tribune last week. They wanted to say, “Thank you for all of the good work you do,” …
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The Best Western Plus Lodge At River’s Edge in Orofino was, for the ninth time in a row, recognized with the brand’s highest honor, the M.K. Guertin Award at Best Western® Hotels and Resorts’ 2016 Convention held recently in Phoenix, Arizona. The award was presented in front of approximately…
This week’s chamber shout out goes to Bark Avenue Pet Grooming Salon & Boarding. With over 23 years of experience in animal care, shop owner and operator, Tess Bradley, is a sure thing to take great care of your pet’s needs.
Half-day workshops entitled Doing Business with the Government are scheduled for Monday, Feb. 27, in Grangeville and Tuesday, Feb. 28, in Lewiston.
Ronatta’s Cakery in Orofino was received this year’s 2017 Inland 360 Readers’ Choice Award for best bakery. It’s the second year in a row the cakery won the vote.
Representatives from Inland Northwest Blood Center (INBC) were welcomed by members at the Orofino Chamber of Commerce meeting held Feb. 1.
The Orofino Chamber of Commerce would like to give a shout out to the Northfork Café for joining the Chamber. Trip Advisor has featured them with as having the “best burger ever!”
If you’ve been meaning to take advantage of the Clearwater Tribune’s holiday subscription special, but haven’t gotten around to it, know that this Friday, Dec. 23, is the last day of the special.
If you drive a vehicle that uses diesel fuel, part of being prepared is preventing damage that can occur to diesel engines, filters, and injectors during cold weather months.
October is well known as a month when the rains come to the Clearwater and this year we were blessed with 7.2 inches reported at the weather station in Pierce. Now we just need temps to cool and flakes to fall.
LEWISTON, ID - Rogers Motors announces the acquisition of the local Subaru dealership in Lewiston, ID. The dealership was purchased from Kendall Auto by new owners Ryan Rogers and Rich Rogers.
U.S. Bank has earned recognition by MONEY as one of its 2016-2017 Best Banks, according to the annual survey released today. U.S. Bank was named the “Best Big Bank” in a tie with TD Bank.
Innovators, and folks with ideas and inventions who live, work, and play in the Clearwater River area are invited to attend the first Igniting Innovation meeting this Thursday, Oct. 27, at 6 p.m. at Dining on the Edge restaurant, 625 Main Street, Orofino.
The U.S. Bank Foundation announces its first round of Community Possible grants focused on the Play pillar, donating $19,000 to eight nonprofits in the North Central Idaho area.