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City votes to relocate The Cabin to make way for new main library (access required)

Following months of controversy, a decision has been made by The Cabin’s landlord — the city of Boise — to relocate the popular literary arts organization, clearing the way for a new main library. After four hours of public comment, the Boise ...

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Chamber: Survey to gauge air travel preferences (access required)

The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce would like to see America’s fastest-growing city attract more commercial airlines to expand nonstop service to the area. To get a sense of which routes might be most helpful to its members, the Chamber ...

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Brokers: Store closures another step in retail transformation (access required)

With the news that Payless ShoeSource will shutter its remaining stores in the next few months, the company has retained a firm to shop its leases to new tenants nationwide, including its 24 locations in Idaho. Several of the metro ...

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Coworking spaces gaining a foothold in Idaho (access required)

This is the second in a four-part series on the gig economy. We’ve all heard of Airbnb if you need to rent a room or Uber if you want to make money driving. But there’s another phenomenon emerging that’s also ...

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Report: Boise No. 2 on list of best state capitals to live in

When it comes to “best of” lists, Boise has a pretty stellar track record. Now there’s another top 10 finish for the City of Trees, this one from WalletHub, a credit reporting and financial advising website, which says Boise is ...

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Mobile instrumentation systems company expands operations to Boise facility (access required)

Ravenswood Solutions, a Fremont, California-based company that sells GPS-based mobile instrumentation systems to the military, first responders and other clients for training purposes, will expand its operations to Boise, adding up to 40 jobs, the company has confirmed. Ravenswood will ...

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Mountain Humane: Changing lives, one paw at a time (access required)

There’s a new building opening in Hailey this week, and it’s gone to the dogs — and cats. After 37 years, Mountain Humane staff, volunteers and critters are relocating to a new Animal Adoption and Humane Education Center. The $16 million ...

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Tribe marks completion of $35 million casino addition (access required)

A long-anticipated casino expansion in the works for the past two years recently wrapped up in Fort Hall. On Feb. 13, the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes officially opened a new 85,463-square-foot casino connected to the Shoshone-Bannock Hotel and Events Center. Now known ...

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BOMA speakers look beyond the boom (access required)

Idaho will have to compete with surrounding states for talented workers in the coming years, and the Gem State is at a disadvantage because it lacks funding mechanisms for local governments to fuel growth, such as school bonds and local ...

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