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Ketchum’s quest for affordable housing (access required)

KETCHUM − Ketchum has an affordable housing problem. To help fix the situation, the Ketchum Community Development Corporation wants to tear down Ketchum’s worn-out city hall and build affordable apartments in its place. The project, called Bluebird Village, tied with other ...

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Catching up with Zennify, as it takes an investment from Salesforce (access required)

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MERIDIAN – A local software company has taken its first investment, from Salesforce Ventures, the corporate investment group of the San Francisco-based software giant. Consulting company Zennify helps other companies implement Salesforce customer relationship management software. It was formed in ...

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Idaho tops nation for inbound moves

Idaho led the nation in 2019 for the highest percentage of inbound moves: 63% of all interstate moves to or from Idaho were people who moved in, according to the Atlas Van Lines annual study of migrations patterns. Idaho has ...

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Boise startups receive national acclaim (access required)

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A number of Boise startups have received national attention lately. Ten Boise startups were named by the Tech Tribune in its annual list of the Best Startups in Boise. Named to the list for the first time were ConvertKit and Pingman ...

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St. Luke’s first in Idaho for accredited allogeneic stem cell transplants (access required)

St. Luke's patient Patricia Edwards receiving the first allogeneic stem cell transplant in Idaho in 2018.

The St. Luke’s Cancer Institute is the first in Idaho to be accredited for adult allogeneic stem cell transplants. Patients who need this procedure can now get it closer to home in Boise. Prior to establishing St. Luke’s “AlloBMT” program, a cancer patient ...

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