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Garden City free clinic a ‘Miracle on 35th Street’ — Focus (access required)

They call it the Miracle on 35th Street. Tucked away a few blocks south of Chinden Boulevard behind a Mexican restaurant, some warehouses and a small neighborhood, Genesis World Mission’s Garden City Community Clinic is an unassuming white stucco building ...

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Balihoo releases new products, sees rapid growth (access required)

Shane Vaughan, vice president of marketing for Boise startup Balihoo, says 30 years ago ad spots on the three major TV networks were all but guaranteed to reach 90 percent of nearly any audience. But, today’s fragmented multi-media landscape requires ...

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Food safety labels provide ‘farm-to-fork’ tracking data (access required)

A Boise company making waves in the food safety industry has just introduced a new product that will allow shippers to track and trace their products through the supply chain, all the while allowing them to monitor temperature and meet ...

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Officials give tour of proposed streetcar route (access required)

Local officials took to the streets Sept. 9, making their case for a downtown Boise streetcar system on a set of bus tours of the proposed route. Departing from the corner of Eighth and Main streets – where earlier in ...

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Byway stretches way back in writer’s career — Marketplace (access required)

In last week’s edition of the Idaho Business Review, I was given the opportunity to write an article on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals clearing the way for construction of the Sand Creek Byway in Sandpoint. Having been born ...

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Sawtooth Technology brings VoIP to the SMB market (access required)

Sawtooth Technology, a 14-year-old Boise provider of computer networking solutions, is branching out to offer voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) phone systems to the small- and medium-sized business market. Called CentrixOne, featuring Trixbox, Sawtooth’s VoIP system is based on technology ...

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ISU offers e-commerce training for entrepreneurs (access required)

According to the National Retail Federation’s State of Retailing Online 2008 report, Americans are expected to spend upwards of $200 billion online this year. That’s a big pie, and through its new E-commerce Institute, Idaho State University’s College of Technology ...

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Nano cells on the attack: BSU researchers find cancer-killing particles (access required)

Anyone familiar with cancer treatment knows about the struggles associated with chemotherapy, but a team of researchers at Boise State University has made a discovery that may lead to advances which could significantly lessen its debilitating effects. By introducing microscopic ...

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Paving the way: 50 years later, Sandpoint’s bypass gets the green light (access required)

On July 30, 1953, the long-since-shuttered Sandpoint News-Bulletin ran a cover story on the Sand Creek Byway that said: “First contract for construction will probably be let this fall.” President Dwight D. Eisenhower was only about six months into his ...

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