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For Idaho car buyers, pre-owned is the new new (access required)

While new car dealerships appear to have bounced back from the recession years in the nation at large, their Idaho counterparts are coming back a little more slowly. Economic Modeling Specialists International, or EMSI, studied jobs and job increases at ...

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A word with Stacey Carson of the Idaho Telehealth Council (access required)

Stacey Carson is chairwoman of the Idaho Telehealth Council, a group convened by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter last year to come up with standards for the growing business of remote medicine, or telehealth, in Idaho. In her day job, Carson ...

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Longtime state senator picked to lead Insurance Department (access required)

Dean Cameron, who has been elected to the Idaho Senate 13 times, will be the director of the Idaho Department of Insurance starting June 15. Cameron, who also runs an insurance company in Rupert, replaces Bill Deal, who retired at ...

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YMCA CEO interviews to start in July (access required)

The committee charged with finding a new CEO for the Treasure Valley Family YMCA expects to start interviewing candidates in July. They will do a second round of interviews in September and October, and have someone in place by November, ...

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Power Engineers participates in African trade trip (access required)

Power Engineers, a Hailey-based engineering company that has about 400 employees in Boise, is taking part in a trade mission to Africa in late May and early June. Engineer Chris Garvin, federal global department manager for the company, is traveling ...

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TSheets opens Australia office (access required)

TSheets, an Eagle-based company that sells employee time-tracking software, has opened an office in Australia. TSheets opened its Sydney office in April. It moved one employee there and will hire two more people there, said CEO Matt Rissell.  TSheets sells ...

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A word with John Howard, CEO of MotivePower (access required)

John Howard is vice president and general manager of MotivePower, a company that builds and restores locomotives at a plant on Federal Way and ships them around the country and the world. MotivePower builds or rebuilds between 25 to 75 ...

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Nelson School Supply to close as owners retire (access required)

Nelson School Supply in downtown Boise will be going out of business in the next month as owners Ric and Jeri Lu Nelson retire. The shop has been in downtown Boise for more than 75 years, selling school uniforms, letter jackets, ...

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Goodie Girl Golf is expanding its accessories line (access required)

Twelve-year-old Hannah Dupay is expanding her line of golf accessories targeted at young girls, branching out from a ball maker affixed to a headband into reversible apparel. Dupay started golfing when she was 7 and now, with the help of ...

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