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CMBS delinquency improvements reflected in Idaho, too (access required)

The delinquency rate for real estate loans in commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) in Idaho is mirroring that of the U.S. as a whole, dropping since last year, according to a local banking official. Though Zions Bank doesn’t make CMBS loans, ...

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Idaho candidates respond to health plan fall out

Lt. Gov. Brad Little, a Republican candidate running to be Idaho’s next governor, has gone on the defensive after spending months campaigning on a plan that has since been deemed legally dubious by the federal government. Earlier this year, Little ...

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Idaho governor signs tax cut plan into law

Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter has signed a sweeping $200 million tax cut into law. Otter approved the measure on March 12. The new law includes an emergency clause, making it retroactive to Jan. 1. The plan reduces personal income and ...

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A word with Tiffany Quilici of Roaring Springs, Pinz and Wahooz

Tiffany Quilici is the longtime sales and marketing director at Roaring Springs Waterpark, Wahooz Family Fun Zone & Pinz Bowling Center, a trio of amusement offerings for children and adults that has been growing along a 36-acre parcel near I-84 ...

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The Women of the Year event celebrates successful Idaho leaders

Fifty women, along with about 550 friends, family, coworkers, mentors and just plain fans, gathered to celebrate one another’s accomplishments, leadership and community esprit de corps on March 8. There was a red carpet for photo snapping, champagne for toasting ...

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University of Idaho mishandled footballer’s sex misconduct case

The University of Idaho is apologizing for mishandling a sexual misconduct case involving student athletes, in violation of federal law. The Idaho Statesman reports that the University of Idaho athletic department recently acknowledged its mistakes after two women athletes reported ...

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Industry groups say US tariffs will cost jobs, raise prices

A broad swath of U.S. industries is unhappy with the tariffs that the Trump administration is imposing on aluminum and steel imports, warning the penalties will jack up costs, raise prices for consumers and potentially put people out of work. ...

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