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Lauren Mamola joins CSHQA as proposal coordinator

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CSHQA has announced that Lauren Mamola has joined the firm as a proposal coordinator. She is responsible for responding to requests for proposal and other marketing efforts at CSHQA. She brings five years of experience in proposal and technical writing, communications development ...

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Adler builds new Amazon delivery station in Meridian (access required)

Overhead view of the new last-mile delivery station in Meridian which Adler Industrial is building for Amazon under construction off of W. Franklin Road.

Amazon announced it would build a large last-mile delivery station on W. Franklin Road in Meridian on May 5. On June 1, Adler Industrial LLC of Boise revealed that it had started construction on the project. “We are pleased to ...

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Sarah Taylor named to head Idaho Smart Growth

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The Idaho Smart Growth (ISG) board of directors has announced the promotion of Sarah Taylor to executive director. She most recently served as ISG’s administrator and will succeed Scot Oliver, who retired in October of 2020. Since 2018, she has ...

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Magic Valley ropes in hemp manufacturer (access required)

Sustainable building insulation product HempWool. Photo courtesy of Hempitecture Inc.

Hempitecture Inc. is a Sun Valley company that manufactures and distributes sustainable building materials. It announced its plans on June 1 to build a 20,000-square-foot facility to make its trademarked HempWool product, which can replace fiberglass insulation and other conventional ...

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SEL breaks ground for Moscow manufacturing plant (access required)

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Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories’ (SEL) presence just got larger in Idaho, with ground broken June 2 in Moscow for a 140,000-square-foot circuit board manufacturing facility. “It was a great turnåaout and a happy occasion,” described Ed Schweitzer, president, founder and chief ...

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Wheat Commission building sprouts rental space (access required)

Artist's rendering of the new Idaho Wheat Commission Building at 821 State Street in downtown Boise. Image courtesy of the Idaho Wheat Commission.

Boise commercial real estate listings rarely get better than this: downtown retail and office space for lease, two blocks from the Capitol with an unobstructed view of the statehouse dome. The sweet spot is that there is parking. The catch is ...

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11th & Bannock Boise park to be named for Buckner-Webb (access required)

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Boise Mayor Lauren McLean announced on June 4 that the city’s newest park will be named in honor of political trailblazer and fifth-generation Idahoan Cherie Buckner-Webb. The park is located at 11th and Bannock and will be completed and dedicated ...

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Judge sides with Montana in Idaho firm mining pollution case

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — A Montana judge has sided with state environmental regulators who are using a law that provides protection from repeat polluters against an Idaho-based mining company and its chief executive. State District Court Judge Mike Menahan in ...

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Voith Hydro hired for contentious Cat Creek project (access required)

The proposed locations of the Cat Creek Reservoir and Solar/Wind Farm project to the east and southeast of S Bar Ranch and the Anderson Ranch Dam. View is looking east.

The controversial Cat Creek Energy and Water LLC (CCEW) hydroelectric project in Elmore County took a step forward recently while its opponents continue to try to push it several steps back. On May 25, the appeal of the lawsuit aimed to ...

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U of I’s new arena uses mass timber for sustainable design (access required)

I grew up on the family farm in Kansas where, walking the property’s fence line as a boy with my dog, I began to appreciate the beauty of our natural world. It’s been a long journey from that farm in ...

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