Dean Cameron, who has been elected to the Idaho Senate 13 times, will be the director of the Idaho Department of Insurance starting June 15. Cameron, who also runs an insurance company in Rupert, replaces Bill Deal, who retired at ...Read More »
The committee charged with finding a new CEO for the Treasure Valley Family YMCA expects to start interviewing candidates in July. They will do a second round of interviews in September and October, and have someone in place by November, ...Read More »
The passenger terminal at Friedman Memorial Airport in Hailey reopened on May 21 after being closed for close to a month as part of an airport reconfiguration project. Work on the $34 million project will continue until the end of ...Read More »
Idaho and Washington saw the highest year-over-year construction job increases in the country in April. Forty states saw job gains in construction between April 2014 and April 2015, according to the Associated General Contractors of America. Idaho notched a 12.4 ...
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Idaho taxpayers will pay nearly $400,000 to bring the state’s recently renovated Capitol into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Spokesman-Review reports that state officials wrongly assumed the Capitol qualified for exemptions permitted for historic buildings while undergoing ...Read More »
Boise’s bike share program attracted 566 individual riders in its first month or so of operation, the program director said. Through May 21, most riders using Boise Green Bike are pay-as-you-go customers who buy 60-minutes for $4 that can be ...Read More »
TSheets, an Eagle-based company that sells employee time-tracking software, has opened an office in Australia. TSheets opened its Sydney office in April. It moved one employee there and will hire two more people there, said CEO Matt Rissell. TSheets sells ...Read More »