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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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Treasure Valley real estate keeps breaking records

Every type of commercial real estate, whether it’s industrial, retail or multi-unit housing, continues to break all previous records for the Treasure Valley. Total vacancy (5.71%) and multi-tenant vacancy (8.95%) rates for office space in the Treasure Valley are both ...

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2020 CEO of Influence honorees named

photo of ceo of influence 2019

It’s not news to anyone who’s here, but the news is out to the rest of the world: Idaho is a great place to do business. Each year, Idaho Business Review recognizes some of the state’s top leaders in industry, ...

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Boise among top luxury home markets for 2020 (access required)

Boise is one of the nation’s top-five emerging markets for luxury housing, according to The Institute for Luxury Home Marketing, which is surprising given its status as a mid-sized market. “A lot of folks are surprised,” Bob Van Allen of the ...

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New climbing gym opens on Boise Bench (access required)

The creation of the Adare apartments brought sorely-needed affordable housing to an area within walking distance of downtown Boise; but its creation meant the eviction and destruction of Boise’s only dedicated “top rope” climbing gym, Urban Ascent, in 2018. Now ...

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Saint Alphonsus plans major Caldwell expansion (access required)

overhead photo of the approximate location of the future Saint Alphonsus clinic in Caldwell

The Saint Alphonsus Health System announced on Feb. 25 that it plans to build a 45,000- to 50,000-square-foot outpatient clinic in Caldwell. The health care provider closed on an 18-acre property on the northwest corner of the intersection at Franklin ...

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Shoshone-Bannock Tribes buy 157 acres in Mountain Home

The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes purchased 157 acres of land just off of the Exit 95 – Mountain Home interchange of I-84. The transaction was finalized at the end of January after the Tribes spent two years looking for a suitable property. ...

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