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Hospital acquires treatment device for spinal procedures (access required)

Post Falls – A robotic-guided surgical system promises to give people in Northern Idaho who suffer from chronic spinal pain a minimally invasive option for treatment. Northwest Specialty Hospital and Axis Spine said they have teamed on the purchase of ...

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Trader Joe’s shooting for fall opening in Meridian

For those shoppers excited about a new Trader Joe’s famously “dropping anchor” in Meridian — and there are many — good news is on the horizon. The wait for a new store opening may not take as long as expected, ...

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Veterans home OK’d for grant funding (access required)

POST FALLS – Construction of the state’s fourth veterans home is slated to begin next year, according to the Idaho Division of Veterans Services. In a news release, the agency said it will receive funding from Uncle Sam to build ...

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Grocery gamble: Vegas will land a third WinCo store (access required)

If you’re going to operate in the brick-and-mortar retail arena these days, groceries are a pretty good bet. And what better place to gamble on building market share than fast-growing Sin City? Boise-based WinCo Foods reportedly is expanding its retail ...

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St. Luke’s medical facility spotlights patient services, family support and fun (access required)

In addition to an experienced pediatric staff and advanced medical treatments offered at the new Idaho Elks Children’s Pavilion at St. Luke’s, patients and their families will find a playful but healing environment there. Katie Apple, St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital ...

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Colliers officially opens office to serve Magic Valley (access required)

  TWIN FALLS – It only took about a year, but Colliers International Idaho staffers and business partners officially marked the opening of the brokerage’s newest Gem State business location – following tenant improvements, of course – to serve customers ...

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Downtown Boise Association Executive Director Lynn Hightower exits role (access required)

Downtown Boise Association Executive Director Lynn Hightower is leaving the organization after four years. She announced her intention to resign the position at the association’s monthly board meeting Aug. 20. Her last day will be Sept. 13. Hightower’s resignation was ...

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Foundation to fund building of new Fish and Game HQ (access required)

A nonprofit organization that previously partnered with the Idaho Fish and Game Department to build a regional office building in Nampa will help with a similar construction project in Boise. Agency officials on Aug. 13 said it has awarded a ...

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Firm expands HQ, workforce to help folks pay medical bills

A Boise-based tech company’s growth is built on bringing resolution to one of health care’s greatest mysteries: helping decipher patients’ medical bills and find ways to cover often-unforeseen expenses. Looking to help make a dent in the estimated $38 billion ...

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