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Teya Vitu is an Idaho Business Review reporter, covering commercial real estate, construction, transportation and whatever else may intrigue him in the moment. Join me on Twitter at @IBR_TeyaVitu.

AG clears sale of St. Joseph hospital in Lewiston (access required)

Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden has cleared the sale of the nonprofit St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston to the for-profit, Tennessee-based RCCH HeathCare Partners. St. Louis-based Ascension Health, which had owned St. Joseph’s since 2002, in September agreed ...

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Bus riders find merit in public transit (access required)

There’s a stigma to riding the bus in the Treasure Valley. Donna Bernardelli, who rides to work at the Moffatt Thomas law firm every day, hears it all the time. “’Are you afraid to drive? Do you have a DUI?’” ...

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Coffee shop will join the Chevron station in Harris Ranch

The man who gave Harris Ranch its first service station in 2014 is now building the first coffee shop for Harris Ranch. Steven Tracy is building the 2,000-square-foot Coffee Mill coffee shop right next to his Chevron station and Ranch ...

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Alturas Capital buys and fills Entertainment Avenue office building

Eagle-based Alturas Capital has nearly filled the 83,284-square-foot Fourteen Forty-Four office building, 1444 S. Entertainment Ave., since buying the five-story, Class A office building for an undisclosed price Dec. 16. Over the winter, Alturas, working with CBC Advisors, signed on ...

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Idaho Youth Ranch will move Fairview store into former Kmart building (access required)

Nearly half the former Kmart building on Fairview Avenue on Boise’s west side has tenants signed up to move in this September. Idaho Youth Ranch is the third tenant announced for the 84,000-square-foot-structure. The IYR thrift store, Johnny’s Fit Club ...

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Commuter rail tops wish list for Treasure Valley leaders (access required)

If money and political will were no object and there were no limits to building a public transit system for a population heading to 1 million people, what would the system look like? Right off the top, the mayors of ...

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