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Company has the mettle to transform home manufacturing (access required)

CALDWELL — An Idaho company claims to have a unique solution to the country’s affordable housing shortage: converting decommissioned shipping containers for transport by rail or ship into sustainable homes. At a warehouse in Caldwell, indieDwell is rolling out a ...

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Potato, onion growers merge sales, marketing (access required)

RUPERT – Two Idaho-based growers and shippers said they will team their sales and marketing departments to promote commodities that are popular items in produce aisles: potatoes and onions. The agreement between The Mart Group and ProSource is scheduled to ...

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Kootenai Health scores kudos on workplace rankings (access required)

COEUR d’ALENE – Kootenai Health is Gallup-ing to the front of the pack of companies that create a culture of engagement. For the third consecutive year, the regional medical center is one of 40 companies in the world to win ...

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Report: Boise gets a paw-sitive nod on real estate front (access required)

The City of Trees is the cat’s meow, according to a new study from Redfin. The real estate brokerage and Trupanion, a medical insurance provider for pets, ranked the top 25 most feline-friendly places across the country, and Boise came ...

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Pocatello airport has new boss (access required)

POCATELLO – Alan Evans, a longtime employee of the Pocatello Regional Airport, has been appointed the facility’s manager by the city’s mayor. Evans, who has served as interim airport manager since March, has been employed at the airport for 29 ...

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Boise Airport on-time rating earns five stars (access required)

A new study found the Boise Airport is among the best in the nation for travelers when it comes to punctuality, according to an aviation data firm. The airport received a five-star rating June 26 in on-time performance from the ...

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Wrecking ball looms for old Saint Al’s hospital

NAMPA – Saint Alphonsus Health System officials have yet to hire a company to raze the former Mercy Medical Center on 12th Avenue in Nampa, but the wrecking ball could be swinging at the site by the end of the ...

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Home builder launches new subdivision (access required)

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CBH Homes has released its first phase of home sites in the Springhill subdivision. It’s a prime location, the homebuilder says, citing access to major roadways as well as area schools. CBH Homes, with 18,000 homes built in the Treasure ...

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Construction begins on $35 million facility at State Hospital South (access required)

BLACKFOOT – Construction has begun on a skilled nursing facility at State Hospital South, the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare recently announced. The Syringa Chalet Nursing Facility will be licensed and accredited for 36 to 42 beds when it ...

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US Ecology continues North America expansion with $966 million deal (access required)

Correction: This article has been updated to indicate the correct number of employees at US Ecology.   Boise-based US Ecology, which disposes of industrial wastes at a number of sites in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, said June 24 that ...

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