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New or improved: Keeping health care infrastructure operating in top condition (access required)

Whether it’s reconfiguring existing spaces to offer a service line for a growing base of patients, building a new hospital from the ground up, adding “smart” beds for patient rooms or just refreshing the aesthetics, Idaho industry leaders are looking ...

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ISU-Meridian debuts expanded nursing skills lab, anatomy space (access required)

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MERIDIAN – Students training in the health sciences field at Idaho State University’s campus in the Treasure Valley will be able to expand their knowledge and skills this semester, thanks to some construction that recently wrapped up. The new digs ...

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BOMA Idaho hosts regional conference (access required)

Homelessness is emerging as an issue of concern for many commercial real estate owners and managers. BOMA Idaho addressed that concern — and some homegrown solutions — at a recent regional conference that attracted attendees from around the Pacific Northwest. ...

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Hospital adds bone health clinic to its lineup of services (access required)

POST FALLS – Northwest Specialty Hospital has expanded into a new service line with the opening of North Idaho’s first bone health clinic. With a growing senior population in the area, the hospital said an increase in injuries – especially ...

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At Bogus Basin, summer work promises uplifting ski season (access required)

Idaho ski resorts are reporting improved infrastructure for the 2019-2020 ski season. These improvements range from terrain expansions to greater lift capacity to facelifts of day lodges and other structures. Last season was a banger for Bogus Basin with record ...

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Money.com: Meridian one of best places to live in U.S.

Meridian already boasts a first-rate medical college, a growing employment sector, and (soon) a new Trader Joe’s store, but now it can add another accolade: it’s one of the best places to live in America. Money.com, the website of the ...

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Idaho homebuilder looks to launch into other markets with backing

An Idaho company that constructs affordable and sustainable homes from old shipping containers is looking to build a higher profile, thanks to a $5.5 million financing round. According to a Sept. 17 press release, Caldwell-based indieDwell has secured funding from ...

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Former Olympian Kristin Armstrong to open second gym Downtown (access required)

Downtowners looking to squeeze in a sweat sesh during a lunch break or after work might want to pivot to a new fitness provider opening for business a few weeks before Thanksgiving. The owner is a familiar face to Idaho ...

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Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center expands cancer infusion services (access required)

To keep pace with the demand for its services, the Cancer Care Center at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center recently opened its newly expanded and renovated Chemotherapy Infusion Room. The new outpatient facility more than doubles the square footage of ...

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