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Biz ‘Bite:’ New RV spaces planned for Ford Idaho Center Horse Park (access required)

Read More IBR Headlines The Idaho Horse Park Foundation and City of Nampa hosted a groundbreaking ceremony earlier this month to celebrate the planned construction of approximately 80 additional full-service RV spaces at the Ford Idaho Center Horse Park. The ...

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A Word with Scott Schlange, Idaho Market President for KeyBank (access required)

Idaho Business Review took the opportunity to chat with KeyBank’s new state market president, Scott Schlange. He has been in the finance industry since 2001, starting as a teller, at a previous firm, then finding different places within the bank ...

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Idaho apprentices enrolled in registered training sees 52.7% gain in 2022 (access required)

Non-traditional apprenticeships can increase talent employee pool More Idaho workers have enrolled in apprenticeships this year than ever before, broadening the potential for state workforce gains in a tight labor market. A total of 1,179 new apprentices enrolled in an apprenticeship in 2022, with 81 new apprenticeship programs ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ City of Boise opens grants for local small businesses   (access required)

Read More IBR Headlines The City of Boise has opened the application period for local small businesses to apply for mini-grants funded by $2 million in American Rescue Plan (ARPA) funds approved by Boise Mayor Lauren McLean and Boise City ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Topgolf to open Nov. 28 (access required)

Topgolf will open its first Idaho venue on Nov. 28 in Meridian’s Eagle View Landing, a developing project by Ball Ventures Ahlquist (BVA). This is the 83rd venue of the self-described modern golf entertainment leader. “The Boise community has let us ...

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Fed official suggests substantial rate hikes may be needed (access required)

The Federal Reserve may have to raise its benchmark interest rate much higher than it has previously projected to get inflation under control, James Bullard, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, said Thursday. Bullard’s comments raised the prospect ...

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Stocks fall as Fed signals rates need to go still higher (access required)

Stocks fell on Wall Street and Treasury yields rose Thursday afternoon after more indications from the Federal Reserve that it may need to raise interest rates much higher than many people expect to get inflation under control. The S&P 500 ...

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Energy analysis moves beyond economics, technology to find the best fit for communities (access required)

In the past, finding the right energy solution for a community was relatively straightforward. Fossil-fuel power plants dominated energy production, with large nuclear power plants and renewables playing a smaller role. A utility would evaluate these technologies for a given ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Desert Sage Health Centers to break ground on new health center (access required)

Desert Sage Health Centers (DSHC) will be breaking ground on Nov. 16 for a new 30,000-square-foot health center, which will include medical, dental, behavioral health, administrative services and a dedicated space for DSHC’s “car clinic” model. The new facility is ...

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