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Stalled construction roars to life at Tamarack Resort (access required)

Tamarack resort project under construction

DONNELLY — After 12 long years of construction stoppage at Tamarack Resort, the roar of chainsaws and the buzz of new beginnings has returned to the lakeside mountain resort. People taste first with their eyes, said Tamarack Resort Holdings (TRH) ...

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Charming Charlie latest retailer to give up the ghost (access required)

Everything must go. Jewelry and accessories retailer Charming Charlie said it will shutter its 261 stores, including two in Idaho, continuing the tale of woe that is U.S. retail these days. The Houston-based company has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy ...

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CBH Homes loses BBB accreditation (access required)

A Boise-based homebuilder has lost its good standing with a leading consumer advocacy organization. CBH Homes is longer accredited by the Better Business Bureau due to what it calls a “no response” to a complaint leveled by a consumer against ...

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Biking in Downtown? This may be the perfect spot to store your bike

People looking to bike in Downtown Boise can now park their bicycles in a more secure spot, thanks to an indoor bike storage station in the parking garage at 9th and Main streets. The first-of-its-kind “BikeBOI” is open 24/7. Up ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud: Construction labor and Indiedwell

In the third episode of Idaho Business Out Loud, we discuss construction labor trends in Idaho and head over to the Indiedwell facility in Caldwell to talk with co-founder Scott Flynn about shipping container homes, sustainability in construction and affordable ...

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Report: Idaho first in nation for home price gains

Idaho is the only state that had annual home price growth over 10% in May, according to a new CoreLogic report. Home prices increased nationally by 3.6% from May 2018, reported CoreLogic, a global property information and analytics firm based ...

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New Hilton opens doors in Burley (access required)

BURLEY – Just in time for a popular county fair and rodeo, the city’s newest hotel is now open for business. Hampton Inn by Hilton Burley welcomed its first guests on June 25, according to a news release. As a ...

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Company has the mettle to transform home manufacturing (access required)

CALDWELL — An Idaho company claims to have a unique solution to the country’s affordable housing shortage: converting decommissioned shipping containers for transport by rail or ship into sustainable homes. At a warehouse in Caldwell, indieDwell is rolling out a ...

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Wrecking ball looms for old Saint Al’s hospital

NAMPA – Saint Alphonsus Health System officials have yet to hire a company to raze the former Mercy Medical Center on 12th Avenue in Nampa, but the wrecking ball could be swinging at the site by the end of the ...

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