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Whitetail expands into Idaho (access required)

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A top realty firm using a remote-only business model is moving into Idaho. Whitewater Properties, a leading recreational land firm, announced on March 2 their expansion into Idaho and neighboring markets. Whitetail boasts sales of over $1.3 billion annually across ...

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Xerox continues pursuit of HP acquisition (access required)

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The “rough wooing” of Xerox and HP continues, with Xerox raising its tender offer to $24 per share and providing a slate of directors for HP shareholders to elect who would be more amenable to the merger. For its part, ...

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More Idaho institutions take COVID-19 risk reduction measures

In what may be the beginning of a trend, Idaho hospitals, schools and municipalities have begun to take their own measures to slow the spread of COVID-19. Bingham Healthcare, the largest health network in eastern Idaho, announced on March 6 that ...

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BVA-sponsored nonprofit to help teens into trades careers

There’s a new nonprofit in the Treasure Valley that’s helping teens get into careers in the trades. Teens 2 Trades got started because two people with similar causes bumped into each other one day at a meeting and talked. Tommy Ahlquist, ...

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Inadequate childcare bleeds $479 million from Idaho (access required)

The Idaho economy loses out on  $479 million annually because of childcare fumbles, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation released a report at the end of February looking at the impact of childcare ...

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Adolescent Outpatient mental health program opens in Nampa (access required)

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Ten years ago, a handful of recovering addicts started a recovery program in Boise. A decade and six facilities later, the highly-rated and accredited Northpoint Recovery care provider is starting a mental health program for adolescents, ages 12 to 17, ...

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Idaho Falls hospital sets up controlled access to reduce COVID-19 risk

An Idaho Falls hospital is the first institution in the state to set up access-restriction controls for patients and staff to reduce the risk of contracting the COVID-19 coronavirus. Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls established a controlled entry ...

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