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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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Boise office opens to facilitate trade between Idaho, Japan (access required)

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An organization intended to help small- to medium-sized Japanese businesses set up shop in the United States — using Idaho as a gateway — has opened an office in Boise. The organization, Hatsu Japan, is headed by Takashi Suzuki, who also owns ...

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CDC issues COVID-19 advice for business

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued a statement on how businesses can prepare for a potential spread of the COVID-19 Novel Coronavirus. “We’re asking all of our partners, including private sector business … to look at their ...

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Tri-State Memorial Hospital closes grocery store clinics in Lewiston, Moscow (access required)

Less than a year after their launch, Tri-State Memorial Hospital of Clarkston, Washington, has closed its two retail clinic ventures located inside Rosauers grocery stores in Lewiston and Moscow. Tri-State opened the first of its two Convenient Care Clinics in ...

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Treasure Valley real estate keeps breaking records

Every type of commercial real estate, whether it’s industrial, retail or multi-unit housing, continues to break all previous records for the Treasure Valley. Total vacancy (5.71%) and multi-tenant vacancy (8.95%) rates for office space in the Treasure Valley are both ...

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2020 CEO of Influence honorees named

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It’s not news to anyone who’s here, but the news is out to the rest of the world: Idaho is a great place to do business. Each year, Idaho Business Review recognizes some of the state’s top leaders in industry, ...

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New climbing gym opens on Boise Bench (access required)

The creation of the Adare apartments brought sorely-needed affordable housing to an area within walking distance of downtown Boise; but its creation meant the eviction and destruction of Boise’s only dedicated “top rope” climbing gym, Urban Ascent, in 2018. Now ...

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