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Experts forum panelists address ‘nuts and bolts’ of business sale

A primer on the steps, terms and processes connected to the purchase of a business was the focus of the Oct. 8 IBR Business Transitions forum. The second in a two-part experts series, the event brought together five panelists of ...

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Amazon to open Idaho’s first fulfillment center

NAMPA – It’s official: A long-rumored fulfillment center for Amazon is expected to open in Nampa by next year. The warehouse/distribution facility, which had been hinted at for more than year by city officials and Amazon’s development partner as “Project Bronco,” will be ...

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Hospital opens endoscopy center for outpatient procedures (access required)

POST FALLS – Northwest Specialty Hospital-affiliated doctors have begun seeing patients at its new Northwest Endoscopy Center. The nearly 9,000-square-foot addition to the hospital has two procedure rooms, one exam room and eight pre-operative and post-anesthesia care unit bays, according ...

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Pocatello Temple construction is moving forward

POCATELLO – It’s been over seven months since The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints broke ground on its new Pocatello temple, and officials say construction to date is right on schedule. Lots of concrete is churning at the ...

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ISU engineering students take second place in national precast contest (access required)

POCATELLO – Idaho State University students eyeing careers in the construction industry earned second-place honors, including a $1,750 cash prize, in the recent Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute Engineering Students Design Competition, also known as the Big Beam Competition. Now in its ...

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Newly opened guest house a respite in the cancer battle (access required)

FRUITLAND – Cancer treatment is a traumatic experience under the best circumstances – add in a long commute, and it can become overwhelming. In September, St. Luke’s opened the Fruitland Respite House to help ease this burden. The facility lodges patients from ...

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Ball Ventures will open HQ in new office building

IDAHO FALLS – Ball Ventures, an Idaho Falls-based real estate investment and development company, will plant its corporate flag in The Knolls Office Building later this year. CEO Cortney Liddiard announced the move during the groundbreaking ceremony for The Knolls ...

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Adler looks to grow Treasure Valley’s industrial market (access required)

Demand for space from new and expanding industrial tenants is keeping developers busy in the Treasure Valley. The reasons for the growth are a well-told story: Idaho is a great location for warehouse operations that can easily reach nearly all ...

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Report: WinCo eyeing another shuttered Shopko in Oregon

It seems that no self-respecting burg in the Northwest is complete without a Dutch Bros., Les Schwab or Nordstrom Rack. Now you can add Boise-based WinCo Foods to the list. The discount grocer’s growth strategy of late seems to be ...

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Idaho Business Review forum: Experts discuss Opportunity Zone investment

For those willing to invest patient capital into projects in areas primed for redevelopment, an Opportunity Zone might be the right option, said speakers at a Sept. 24 Idaho Business Review Experts Forum. The subject of Opportunity Zones – 28 ...

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