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Possible scholarships to ‘Dreamers’ draw lawmakers’ focus

Boise State University potentially offering state scholarship money to students brought to the United States illegally as children could be the subject of legislation next year. Emails obtained by the Idaho Statesman show the subject being discussed between an anti-regulatory, low-tax group ...

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University of Idaho secures more land for research dairy

JEROME — The University of Idaho has bought land for a public visitor center, classrooms and other facilities supporting what officials hope will be the country’s largest research dairy. Bill Loftus of the College of Ag and Life Sciences told The ...

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US job openings flat in June at 7.35 million

WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of open U.S. jobs was largely unchanged in June and hiring slipped, suggesting the job market has cooled a bit. The Labor Department said Tuesday that the number of available jobs fell by just 0.5%, ...

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National study: Trader Joe’s boosts nearby home prices

A new national study of grocery stores’ impacts on nearby home values found the biggest payoff in neighborhoods with a Trader Joe’s. ATTOM Data Solutions, a property database company, found that the average home value near Trader Joe’s is $608,305, ...

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Tourism grants up by more than $1 million (access required)

The Idaho Travel Council has awarded more than $6 million in grants to 28 nonprofits around the state that strive to attract tourists and grow visitor spending. This year’s awards, which were announced July 31 at the Council’s annual meeting ...

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Construction begins on $45 million office building in Downtown Boise

The Boise skyline will be changing as construction gets underway for what will be the newest office building downtown in years. The developer, Rafanelli & Nahas, hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking Aug. 5 for the 11th & Idaho Building, a 10-story, ...

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University of Idaho to play pivotal role in Dragonfly’s life on Titan experiment (access required)

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MOSCOW — Is there life on Titan? The University of Idaho hopes to find out. The mission isn’t scheduled to depart Earth until 2026, but Jason Barnes, associate professor of physics in the University of Idaho’s College of Science, is working ...

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Saint Alphonsus opens clinic offering ear, nose and throat services and more (access required)

Ear, nose and throat specialists are balancing expanded services with hearing and balance disorder treatments and therapies at a new clinic near the Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center campus in Boise. Saint Alphonsus Health System officials, staff members and others ...

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2019 Excellence in Finance honorees announced

Finance professionals are imperative to every organization, but their influence goes far beyond just dollars and sense. Top finance experts excel at building relationships, guiding business strategy and much more. The Idaho Business Review is pleased to recognize some of ...

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Experts Forum Report: A Public Private Partnership

A Public Private Partnership: How the Private Sector Impacts Public Policy  Synergy between the public and private sectors is critical for the state’s success, but it can be challenging to achieve. Navigating the political system takes time and energy, which ...

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