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Nursing shortage continues across nation (access required)

Oklahoma City-based nurse practitioner Brooke Caldwell has experienced many settings of nursing and various levels over her 18-year career. Caldwell worked as a nurse technician while earning her bachelor’s degree at the University of Central Oklahoma. Upon graduation, she worked ...

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New owners have ambitious plans for Tamarack Resort (access required)

The long-troubled Tamarack Resort near Donnelly will soon have a new owner with ambitious plans to transform the property and its facilities into a year-round recreation destination. The Idaho Land Board on Nov. 20 said it would transfer the lease ...

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Catching up with Forsta

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Increasingly, people – most notably millennials, if you believe the stereotype – are moving away from email and toward texting, particularly for business collaboration. The problem is texting isn’t as secure, because hackers can interject themselves into the conversation to ...

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Retail businesses prep for holiday season with extra workers

Despite unemployment around 2.3 percent, local retailers didn’t have too hard of a time finding people looking to line their pockets with a little extra cash this holiday season. Employers such as Target, Costco and Kmart ramped up their hiring ...

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Average US price of gas drops 12 cents per gallon to $2.72

The average U.S. price of regular-grade gasoline has dropped 12 cents a gallon over the past two weeks, to $2.72. Industry analyst Trilby Lundberg of the Lundberg Survey said Sunday that falling crude oil costs are the main reason for ...

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Idaho police warn of traffic hazards as bald eagles return (access required)

Idaho State Police are warning that the expected returned of bald eagles to a lake in northern Idaho will likely also draw people and boost traffic hazards. KBOI-TV reported Sunday bald eagles return to Lake Coeur d’Alene every year to ...

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Report: Real estate outlook is positive on several fronts (access required)

In one key measure, Boise is punching above its weight on the Emerging Trends in Real Estate Report for 2019. The report, which was unveiled Nov. 13 at a meeting of the Idaho chapter of the Urban Land Institute, ranks ...

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Sixth annual event honors Idaho law leaders

About 150 people attended the Idaho Business Review’s sixth Leaders in Law event on Nov. 15 to honor 17 law professionals. Nominated by their colleagues, reviewed by their peers and, ultimately, chosen by their own community, this year’s honorees represent ...

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The Grove unveils new restaurant, bar and lobby area

Downtown Boise has a new restaurant focusing on the state’s homegrown bounty and adult beverages. The Grove Hotel’s new restaurant is called Trillium – named after a lily-type plant common in the western U.S. – and it recently opened in ...

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