Author Archives: Alx Stevens

Letter from the Editor July 30 (access required)

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Did you guess we were increasing coverage of technology this week? If so, kudos for earned bragging rights. Tech articles not to miss include Catie’s reporting on Idaho National Laboratory’s bus fleet; true to INL’s nature, the buses are also ...

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Drone technology increasing in classrooms, industry (access required)

Treasure Valley industry and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) advocates have joined forces again to keep educators and their students abreast of the latest developments in drone technology. Agriculture, construction, geology, public safety, real estate and more industries are increasingly incorporating drones in ...

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Letter From The Editor July 23 (access required)

Once again, the focus on legal coverage expands the section of the paper we dedicated it for. To me, that proves we at Idaho Business Review can, and do, provide in-depth looks at various subjects within topics of interest. This week alone features a lens on legal issues ...

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Energy provider Avista seeks rate increases (access required)

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Energy provider Avista is seeking approval from Idaho Public Utility commissioners to change several of its utility rates starting as soon as Sept. 1. Avista, which provides electricity and natural gas to customers in northern Idaho and nearby areas, is part of a several-party settlement ...

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Letter from the Editor (access required)

When Saint Alphonsus announced on July 8 it would require all its employees to be vaccinated, we took pause, understanding the significance of such news, and sure enough, that wasn’t the end. We saw St. Luke’s immediately followed suite, and then Primary Health did shortly after. Catie Clark offers ...

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Killer Creamery launches new product, tests marketing strategy (access required)

Keto-friendly entrepreneurship venture Killer Creamery is expanding its product line with a healthy option ice cream sandwich, and is now garnering feedback through July 19 in the Treasure Valley through a new marketing strategy. The novelty concept of a neighborhood ice cream truck coupled with the record temperatures has so ...

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