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Competition increases among commercial property listing providers  (access required)

Entities that provide data on available commercial properties are getting more active in the Boise area. Exposing properties to a large audience, and making sure information is accurate and timely, are important as market conditions remain challenging, sources said. In ...

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Budget woes reduce Idaho water quality monitoring

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality has ended a partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey to conduct water quality monitoring of streams, lakes and rivers throughout the state. Gwen Fransen, an administrator with the state agency, said a budget shortfall ...

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Meridian mayor plans State of City address

Meridian Mayor Tammy de Weerd’s annual State of the City address is scheduled Feb. 4 at Meridian Middle School, 1507 W. 8th St. She plans to update activities in city departments and present the Legacy Award to a community member. ...

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UI business college receives extended AACSB accreditation

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business has renewed accreditation for the University of Idaho’s College of Business and Economics, and extended a specialized accreditation for the university’s accounting program. Known as the “gold standard” of business schools, only ...

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Boise company opens Hong Kong spa (access required)

Movie stars and models, followed closely by the paparazzi, partied with a Boise company this weekend as it held the grand opening of a spa in Hong Kong’s central district. Episciences Inc., which was founded by Fruitland dermatologist Dr. Carl ...

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Nampa to host Feb. 3 meeting on Amity Road widening

Nampa officials plan an open house Feb. 3 to discuss improving Amity Road between Chestnut Street and Kings Corner. The drop-in event is set from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Northwest Nazarene University Brandt Center, 623 Holly St. Proposed ...

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Sterling Financial posts $333.1 million loss

Sterling Financial Corp., the Spokane-based holding company that owns Sterling Savings Bank and Golf Savings Bank, on Feb. 1 reported a fourth-quarter net loss of $333.1 million, or $6.41 a common share, compared with a loss of $356.3 million, or ...

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