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A word with Dave Armga about ConDoc software

The traditional image of a construction site shows a sheaf of blueprints with workers standing around them, and in a large part of the construction industry, that’s still the case. According to the 2018 ConTech Report, 40% of construction companies still ...

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After SolarWinds hack, the U.S. must prioritize cybersecurity

December’s revelation that U.S. government agencies and our largest corporations were subject to a hyper-sophisticated cyberattack was not unexpected, but the breadth of the SolarWinds hack was shocking. FireEye, a world leader on cybersecurity, stated the company had never witnessed ...

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Destinie Hart joins COMPASS as principal planner

The Community Planning Association of Southwest Idaho has announced that Destinie Hart has joined COMPASS as a principal planner for resource development. Hart will focus on securing funding for transportation and related projects in Ada and Canyon Counties, including identifying ...

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Mining firm moves headquarters to Idaho, changes name (access required)

This artificial pond is a remnant of former mining operations in the Stibnite site.

As expected, the company formerly known as Midas Gold has changed its name to Perpetua Resources and officially moved its headquarters to Boise from Canada. The firm stated it would move to Idaho when the mining company came to an ...

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Treasure Valley single-family homes continue torrid pace (access required)

Graph of the average 30-year fixed mortgage rate and the 10-year Treasury rate, showing the closing of the spread and the return of normal tracking behavior between the two rates. Image courtesy of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

The predictions we published at the beginning of the year are coming true about mortgage volumes and interest rates. Interest rates are creeping back up and mortgage application volumes have dropped off from their 2020 high nationally, though not regionally. ...

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Seven Idaho rural hospitals could be at risk for closure

Entrance to North Canyon Medical Center

Seven Idaho rural hospitals are at risk of closure, according to a study released in January of such hospitals. The risk assessment was based on finances from 2017 through 2019. Because of the pandemic, the financial situation of most rural ...

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Boise ‘flagship project’ by LOCAL Ventures underway

A Missouri-based development company has broken ground for its Idaho flagship project. LOCAL Ventures has started construction on a six- and seven-story, 249-unit residential project on Myrtle Street in downtown, called LOCAL Boise. The project also features roughly 13,000 square ...

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Holland & Hart elects three Boise attorneys as partners

Holland & Hart LLP has announced that three of the firm’s Boise-based attorneys are among the15 attorneys that have been elected to the firm’s partnership. Serving clients in arrange of practice areas and industries, the newly elected Boise partners are: ...

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