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Two Idaho critical access hospitals make the top-100 list

Two of Idaho’s hospitals were ranked in the 2020 list of the top-100 critical access access hospitals in the country. The Shoshone Medical Center in Kellogg is on the list for the second year in a row; and the Franklin County ...

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Technology bringing medical care home

PAXINOS, Pa. (AP) — Mabel Henninger knitted on her living room couch as her husband of 69 years sat nearby in a recliner having his heart and lungs monitored by a Geisinger physician. The physician, Dr. Anthony Wylie, was in ...

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Organizations partner to create 2D model to prevent Boise River flooding (access required)

A dozen organizations have joined forces to create a new 2-dimensional Boise River model tool that will help predict the potential damage from flooding events along the Boise River from Diversion Dam to the Snake River and identify “hot spots” that ...

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Boise office opens to facilitate trade between Idaho, Japan (access required)

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An organization intended to help small- to medium-sized Japanese businesses set up shop in the United States — using Idaho as a gateway — has opened an office in Boise. The organization, Hatsu Japan, is headed by Takashi Suzuki, who also owns ...

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New Seattle metro area airport a hit with travelers

EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — When Lynnwood resident Aristotle Roberts arrived at Paine Field at 3:12 p.m. on Monday from San Francisco International Airport, he was greeted with a bottle of Champagne as he became the one millionth passenger to pass ...

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South central Idaho highway construction season about to start (access required)

This article was updated on March 9 to clarify the timing on the UPRR bridge work in Bliss and to correct the attribution of a quote by Nick Jerke. The bad news is that the interminable and confusing construction at the ...

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Data center tax exemption bill passes a legislative hurdle (access required)

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A bill to provide a tax break to large data centers has passed the Idaho House after previous attempts had stalled. HB 521, sponsored by Rep. Greg Chaney, R-Caldwell, who carried the bill in previous years, and Sen. Jim Rice, ...

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CDC issues COVID-19 advice for business

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a statement on how businesses can prepare for a potential spread of the COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus. “We’re asking all of our partners, including private sector business … to look at their ...

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Tri-State Memorial Hospital closes grocery store clinics in Lewiston, Moscow (access required)

Less than a year after their launch, Tri-State Memorial Hospital of Clarkston, Washington, has closed its two retail clinic ventures located inside Rosauers grocery stores in Lewiston and Moscow. Tri-State opened the first of its two Convenient Care Clinics in ...

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