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TDS to expand fiber, services into Magic Valley   (access required)

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TDS has announced it is coming to Magic Valley with a multimillion-dollar investment in hundreds of miles of fiber, a warehouse facility and potential for new (permanent or temporary) jobs. This expansion joins current projects underway in Ada and Canyon ...

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A note from the editor Feb. 18

As promised in my (digital) note from the editor last week, this week’s edition features coverage recapping our Feb. 10 Breakfast Series event, news in health care, developing, well, construction projects, and more. Flipping through the first few pages of ...

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Stakeholders share takes on potential upcoming impacts to Idaho businesses 

Idaho Business Review’s Breakfast Series resumed with an expansive, and at times humorous, conversation around current efforts in the 2022 Legislature that could impact the business community.   From millions of dollars potentially being allocated for needs around childcare and ...

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Stakeholders discuss future of real estate, impacting areas  (access required)

Significant change has happened in the commercial real estate industry during the past 25 years — particularly in the last two to five — however, what hasn’t changed much is the dedication of the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) ...

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New Meta data center coming to Kuna (access required)

What was once deemed to be a bedroom community of Treasure Valley is about to be the site for a data center of one of the biggest company names in the world.  Meta (formerly Facebook) has announced plans to invest ...

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A note from the editor Feb. 11

This past week, through our digital-first model, development and financial aid made several appearances in our coverage, with freelance writer Brooke Strickland sharing news in the financial aid sector of a grant program through Wells Fargo to help local businesses ...

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A note from the editor Feb. 4

Here’s what stood out to me in this week’s print edition: the diversity of article authors, the broad range of timely topics discussed and the opportunity to connect with local businesses.   As promised in mid-January, Catie Clark shares her second ...

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A note from the editor Jan. 21

The 2022 legislative session is in full swing, and do we have news for you.  Sharon Fisher, a name you probably know well, reached out to business stakeholders to get their thoughts on repealing Idaho’s grocery tax — a hot topic for ...

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A note from the editor Jan. 14

Did you see our online coverage this week?  Reporter Catie Clark and freelance writer Ken Levy intimately connected us with people as well as places, and there is a lot of positive news to share.   Through community support, Ketchum is ...

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Financial experts share 2022 economic, market outlook  (access required)

Wage pressure remains high and inflation is climbing — dramatically affecting the economy and just about every industry — but what does that mean going forward? Rich Mebius, portfolio manager, and Robert Spendlove, senior vice president and economic and public policy officer, took a crack at answering that question Jan. 4 during Zions Bank’s periodical Economic and Market Outlook presentation.  2022: ‘The year ...

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