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Six Things To Do With Thanksgiving Leftovers

Six Things To Do With Thanksgiving Leftovers

by Sarah Romero, contributing writer When Thanksgiving dinner is over, you’re often left with heaping piles of turkey and bowls of cranberry sauce. Rather than eat the same meal for the next three days, mix it up with these six delicious recipes. Whether you’re in the...

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Seven Tips To Make Holiday Grocery Shopping a Cinch

Seven Tips To Make Holiday Grocery Shopping a Cinch

by Jonathan Badger, Lee’s Marketplace The countdown to Thanksgiving dinner other holiday celebrations is on! This is one of the most exciting times of year for many people and businesses, including grocery stores. While we love the energy of the holiday season, we...

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Creating A Home For The Holidays

Creating A Home For The Holidays

By Mandy Schiess, owner, On The Avenue Home Decor & Gifts For as long as I can remember, Christmas has been my favorite day of the year. As a child I remember anxiously awaiting my parent’s approval for us to dash into the front room to see what Santa brought. I...

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Navigating Through Obamacare Enrollment

Navigating Through Obamacare Enrollment

Derek Miller, president, Alivint Financial and Insurance The Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, didn’t work itself into US Law without controversy. The national overhaul created as many problems as it did solutions for our country’s need for regulation...

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Are Your Home and Yard Ready for Winter?

Are Your Home and Yard Ready for Winter?

by Peter Dettore, sales and marketing, J Thomas Homes School is in full swing, nights are getting cooler and leaves are changing colors. It won’t be long until winter is upon us. Cache Valley winters are typically long, wet and cold, and many people overlook the...

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Teaching Smart Savings At All Stages

Teaching Smart Savings At All Stages

by Kinsey Love, marketing manager, Lewiston State Bank We live in a world of instant gratification. We digest information, pay bills, shop and share photos all at the click of a button. At times, it can be hard to teach our children the value of delayed gratification....

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Investing in a Townhome Makes Sense

Investing in a Townhome Makes Sense

Peter Dettore, sales and marketing, J Thomas Homes It is no secret that Cache Valley is becoming more and more populated. AARP Magazine recently recognized our valley as one of the top places in America to retire and financial experts have ranked Utah as one of the...

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Teach Your Children Well

Teach Your Children Well

by David Shapiro Peak Investment Coaching In a recent survey of Generation Z (ages 13 to 22), 39 percent of teens and young adults said they expect to receive an inheritance and therefore don’t need to worry about saving for retirement. However, only 16 percent of Gen...

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Water and Energy Saving Tips

Water and Energy Saving Tips

by Emily Buckley As we celebrated Earth Day yesterday, you may have though about how much water goes down your drains and pipes every day. If you did, you were probably  flooded with worry or washed in guilt. Here are some suggestions for quick and easy things you can...

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