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Eagle’s first movie theater will join TSheets at Bridges at Lakemoor (access required)

The Bridges at Lakemoor, ostensibly a planned retail-heavy center, started construction in 2016 with the new corporate headquarters for the swiftly growing tech start-up TSheets. The first two retail buildings, each 11,000 square feet along a pond and Eagle Road, ...

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Tax fraud from identify theft is decreasing in Idaho

Idaho officials say tax fraud from identity theft is decreasing in the state. The Idaho State Tax Commission in a news release August 23 says it stopped more than $129,000 fraudulent income tax refund requests so far this year. The ...

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Murray votes to move forward with nuclear energy project

Murray City Council voted to continue its investment in exploring the country’s first small modular nuclear reactor. The Salt Lake Tribune reports Murray, with its additional $15,000 investment approved August 21, has now committed $30,000 to the Carbon Free Power ...

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Half-marathon sponsor going out of business, not issuing refunds

A race organizer has announced he is going out of business less than three weeks before a planned half-marathon in the Boise area and says he won’t refund payments made to participate in future events. Final Kick Events owner Wayne ...

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Lawsuit alleging doctor’s sperm donation heads to court

A judge will hear arguments later this month in a lawsuit from a woman who accused a fertility doctor of fraudulently using his own sperm to artificially inseminate her mother. Dr. Gerald Mortimer and his former medical practice asked for ...

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July housing starts up a slight 0.9 percent

U.S. housing starts ticked up just 0.9 percent in July, a sign that higher construction costs might be weighing on homebuilders. The Commerce Department said August 22 that housing starts last month rose to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of ...

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10 Idaho residents indicted in counterfeit phone case

Ten people have been indicted on charges of wire fraud, counterfeiting and money laundering amid FBI raids August 22 at several Boise-area businesses and homes involving a massive scheme to peddle counterfeit cellphones and other tech gear, according to court ...

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Report: Accounting firms aren’t using their data (access required)

Every company generates data, and that data can be used to help businesses gain a competitive advantage. But while some firms have established a system to collect and analyze data, others don’t know how to begin making this asset work ...

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Design West Architects expands to Spokane (access required)

Meridian-based Design West Architects opened its fifth office in March in Spokane. The architecture firm, based in Meridian since its launch in 1983, opened offices in Pullman in 1993, Kennewick, Washington, in 2009 and Ontario in 2016. The Spokane office ...

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