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TechHelp gets $3 million to help construct new lab (access required)

Idaho manufacturing industry partners received a sizable investment of $3 million to support local product innovation and creation, postsecondary education and workforce development.  TechHelp, a service that supports Idaho manufacturers, food processors and entrepreneurs, has announced it was awarded a ...

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Property management firm HomeRiver Group acquires Property Frameworks (access required)

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Property management services company HomeRiver Group has announced its acquisition of Property Frameworks, which, leadership stated, will complement the practices of both companies. The acquisition will expand operations into over 20 states, according to a joint press release, and approximately ...

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$25 million in grant funding could benefit Idaho agriculture (access required)

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As the growing season is underway, federal grant funding is being offered to support farming and industry research. The University of Illinois, in partnership with Washington State University, will be conducting projects in 10 states (including Idaho) around “precision agriculture” ...

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Boise GreenBike hopes to resume shareable bikes in spring (access required)

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Sept. 29 was a bittersweet, emotional day for Dave Fotsch. Around 5 p.m. Fotsch was dropping off the last of Boise GreenBike’s fleet of bicycles, totaling 127, that were rentable and shareable for getting around Boise. He remembers nearly five ...

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U of I receives $1 million to fund clean water research (access required)

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Greg Moller and Dan Strawn have been working to improve water cleanliness for almost 20 years together. Today, they both teach at the University of Idaho and are part of a University of Idaho research project recently receiving $1 million ...

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Tamarack Aerospace announces expansion into the U.K. (access required)

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Tamarack Aerospace is hitting not one, but three milestones this year: logging 100 airplanes in its fleet, its 10-year anniversary, and significant growth — tripling its existing office space in Sandpoint and opening a third hanger, hiring more staff and ...

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Boise Philharmonic announces virtual concert schedule, pop-ups (access required)

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After six months of planning virtual concerts, complete with rehearsals, Boise Philharmonic has announced its 2020-21 season will begin Oct. 3. Due to current COVID-19 concerns, the full 68-musician orchestra is not scheduled to perform together soon, so all Boise ...

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Revenue down, but Idaho movie theaters moving forward (access required)

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Movie theaters are opening up across Idaho amidst the ongoing pandemic despite a loss in new release revenue and seating capacity. A few new releases have made it to the big screen, such as “Infidel,” “Tenet” and “Unhinged,” but most ...

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McCall’s Whitetail Club development sees growth, interest during pandemic (access required)

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Whitetail Club in McCall is looking different lately. It’s five times busier, leadership is reporting. More people are visiting, with more serious intention of possibly becoming part-time members or permanent residents of the community. Joe Buchanan and Tom Garcia attribute ...

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Idaho ranks third for highest small business growth in the nation (access required)

Small businesses are lauding a healthy economic climate here in Idaho, and national organizations are taking notice. Next Insurance, a business insurance company, recently released data ranking Idaho as the state with the third-highest job growth within small businesses; Idaho ...

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