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Biz ‘Bite:’ Desert Sage Health Centers to break ground on new health center (access required)

Desert Sage Health Centers (DSHC) will be breaking ground on Nov. 16 for a new 30,000-square-foot health center, which will include medical, dental, behavioral health, administrative services and a dedicated space for DSHC’s “car clinic” model. The new facility is ...

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Roundup Nov. 15 (access required)

Breckenridge Enterprises LLC leased 1,382 square feet of retail space at 1193 E. Winding Creek Drive, suite 101 in Eagle. Karena Gilbert of Colliers Idaho represented the tenant. RJ Walker and Austin Hopkins of Lee & Associates represented the landlord. ...

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2 join Idaho Walk Bike Alliance board (access required)

The Idaho Walk Bike Alliance is welcoming Mary Beth Nutting and Cece Osborn to its board of directors. Nutting has spent a large part of her adult life advocating for others in their pursuit of spending time outdoors, saying she ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ EIRMC adds psychiatry residency program (access required)

photo of the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center

Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center (EIRMC) recently established a psychiatry residency program to address a shortage of mental health professionals throughout the state. Idaho is reported to have the fewest psychiatrists per capita of any state in the nation. This ...

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2 promoted at D.L. Evans Bank (access required)

D.L. Evans Bank has announced Kent Gunnell has been promoted to vice president commercial loan officer at the Albion branch and Anisha Ross has been promoted to business banking officer for the Western Idaho area and is based at the ...

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3 join Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce (access required)

The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce has hired Sarah Bettwieser, owner of Cygnet LLC, to lead government affairs efforts for the upcoming legislative session. Additionally, Holly Cook and Amber Hawton-Hill have joined the organization to lead marketing and communications efforts. ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Washington state responds to possible Kroger/Albertsons merger (access required)

Read More Albertsons News The possible merger of Kroger and Albertsons is unpopular in Washington state, where Kroger-owned Fred Meyer competes with Albertsons and Albertsons-owned Safeway. According to a letter by Washington’s two U.S. senators, Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Antitrust suit argues harm to earnings (access required)

Read More Albertsons News On Oct. 31, a federal antitrust case in the District of Columbia blocked the merger of publishing behemoths Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster. The case is notable because of the possible resemblance to the ...

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Mukengezi joins TOK Commercial (access required)

TOK Commercial has announced Moses Mukengezi has joined the firm’s brokerage team. Mukengezi brings several years of experience in the Boise Valley’s nonprofit sector including with the Idaho Youth Ranch, Boys and Girls Club, Gemini Project and the Agency for ...

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