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Kuna moves closer to establishing urban renewal district (access required)

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Kuna could establish an urban renewal district as soon as January, which city officials and some residents hope will allocate money for a list of local improvement projects. Kuna’s economic development department and other partners held a community workshop Aug. ...

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Supporting women’s entrepreneurship during COVID-19 and beyond

It has been five months since COVID-19 tightened its grip on America’s economy and the repercussions weigh most heavily on small business owners, and disproportionately on female business owners across the nation by several measures. As of the start of ...

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Analysis: Idaho’s COVID-19 testing statistics are not good

Out of the many statistical metrics purporting to measure response and potential recovery during the pandemic, a handful recently caught the eye of the Idaho Business Review editorial staff, especially for how they affect Idaho. By the metrics we analyzed, ...

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Stage Stores liquidates, taking Idaho’s Bealls, Gordmans with it

The latest victim of the retail apocalypse is Stage Stores, which received approval to liquidate from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Houston on Aug. 14. Stage Stores owns the Gordman’s off-price discount stores at the Treasure Valley Marketplace in Nampa ...

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Garrett Kalt hired as Idaho Nonprofit Center’s training & program coordinator (access required)

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Garrett Kalt has recently been hired as the Idaho Nonprofit Center’s training & program coordinator. Kalt is relocating to Boise for the position and comes with an impressive educational and nonprofit background. He has a master’s in science in politics ...

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Idaho ranks well on study of COVID-19 economic effects (access required)

At the end of July, just over one-third of all adult Idahoans delayed getting medical care because of the COVID-19 pandemic during the previous four weeks, according to a 12-week survey conducted by the U.S. Census. While one in three ...

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Middle market shaken, but not broken, by COVID-19

Each quarter, to understand what impact current macroeconomic conditions and government policies have on the business environment, KeyBank surveys 400 middle-market business owners and executives — defined as those in the $10 million to $2 billion range. U.S. business community ...

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Breakfast Series report: Idaho on the move, transportation trends (access required)

Earlier this month, the Idaho Policy Institute, a non-partisan research organization at Boise State University, released a study that outlines the state’s transportation needs and how much they will cost. Its unequivocal message: Idaho must raise new revenue now to preserve its ...

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Finding a transportation solution we can all support

At the Aug. 4, 2020, Idaho Business Review Breakfast Series forum, “Idaho on the Move…Transportation Trends,” Boise State University’s Idaho Policy Institute shared the results of an update to a 2011 study, “Modernizing Transportation Funding in Idaho.” Working with a group ...

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