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Author Archives: Erin Banks Rusby

Event planning on a budget (access required)

As businesses look to plan events, such as holiday or product launch parties, many face smaller budgets due to pandemic-related financial losses. Thankfully, there are plenty of strategies to cut costs and still offer fun, safe events. Venue One of ...

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Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce event explores Idaho broadband (access required)

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The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce held an online event on Wednesday to discuss the expansion of broadband across the state. Mat Erpelding, former Idaho state representative and member of the governor’s broadband task force, led the meeting. He was ...

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Casey opens legal practice in Eagle (access required)

A new legal practice has opened its doors in Eagle. Clinton O. Casey, formerly with Cantrill Skinner Lewis Casey & Sorenson LLP, has formed the practice, Casey Legal Group PLLC. He is joined by his whole legal team from Cantrill ...

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Crush the Curve struggles with wait time for state money (access required)

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Earlier this year, the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare contracted with Crush the Curve Idaho — a nonprofit organization formed to coordinate and conduct COVID-19 testing — to rapidly provide COVID-19 testing where it’s needed. But Crush the Curve Idaho ...

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Twin Falls campaign aims to help firms during COVID-19 (access required)

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To navigate these uncertain times, the Twin Falls Area Chamber of Commerce is continuing its partnership with Livability Media to create a marketing campaign that supports businesses and attracts visitors to the area. “We have partnered with Livability Media this ...

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Boat rental website sees steady business during pandemic (access required)

People looking to rustle up some summer fun have an outdoor recreation option at their fingertips. GetMyBoat.com is a site that lets users browse boats available for rent around the world. And during the pandemic, while many people have had ...

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New Coeur d’Alene hotel, condo property to open in August (access required)

Editor’s note: This article was updated on July 8 to correct pricing. Nestled in a mountain valley of Northern Idaho, Coeur d’Alene has long drawn visitors near and far for year-round recreation opportunities. Starting in August, there will be another ...

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San Diego-based real estate software firm expands to Boise (access required)

The Boise tech scene just got a little bigger. Constellation Real Estate Group, a division of San Diego-based Constellation Software Group, Inc., has leased 7,000 square feet of office space near the Boise Airport and plans to create a hub ...

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Idaho Commission on the Arts to relocate offices next month (access required)

The Idaho Commission on the Arts will relocate to a new office on West Emerald Street this July. “We’ll move into a modern office building,” said Michael Faison, the commission’s executive director. “It’s easier to coordinate and collaborate because it’ll ...

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COVID-19 dents used automobile sales in Idaho, nationwide (access required)

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Idaho’s used car industry saw a decrease in sales in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a study conducted by iSeeCars.com, a used car shopping search engine. Sales in Idaho slowed the least of any state in ...

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