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A note from the editor April 15

As the saying goes, “that’s a wrap.”  The state’s 2022 Legislative Session recently adjourned, and in the conclusion, dozens of bills were passed that could impact Idaho businesses and industries. Reporter Catie Clark shares regulatory, financial and other effects companies ...

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A note from the editor

There’s a theme of positivity in this week’s edition, spanning pages through the entire issue.  Maybe you’ve already seen our cover story this week — featured first online — which showcases an Airbnb potato-loving Idahoans can be proud of. Catie ...

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A note from the editor March 21

Hey, remember when Idaho lawmakers were considering legislation that would do away with Daylight Savings Time? If you, like many others, struggle with the adjustment, check this out: CNN has reported that legislation making Daylight Savings Time permanent (meaning no more ...

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A note from the editor March 14

Did you see: We have some announcements.  Idaho Business Review has announced our 2022 Accomplished Under 40, CEO of Influence and Icon honorees. Please join us in congratulating each of these individuals and recognizing their contributions to our state. Celebratory ...

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New local H2B, MS Administrative Services partnership ‘disrupting’ health care system  (access required)

A new partnership taking off in Idaho aims to fix a piece of the broken health care system nationwide.  Health 2 Business (H2B) and MS Administrative Services together are offering a “turnkey, community-based solution” that allows employers to offer employees direct ...

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A note from the editor March 4

You may notice a theme of broadband in this week’s edition. Last week, some highlights of our digital-first coverage included: Freelance writers Ken Levy and Brooke Strickland connecting us with new and innovative businesses utilizing virtual space, from offering professional ...

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A note from the editor Feb. 28

Oh hey, it’s the last day of February — an opportunity to look ahead toward a new week, a new month, a new season, but before I do that, I’d like to share some highlights of our coverage last week, which ...

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Sen. Crapo addresses business community  (access required)

“It’s a bitter battle in Washington right now,” U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo, R-ID, said to begin his talk during Boise Metro Chamber’s Congressional Forum event. Spending bills, fiscal policies, bipartisan efforts and the situation with Ukraine dominated the Thursday conversation ...

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