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Skip Oppenheimer: Idaho’s voice on the Federal Reserve (access required)

Idaho business executive Arthur “Skip” Oppenheimer recently pulled back the curtain a bit on the workings of the Federal Reserve System, an organization that he has come to know intimately for nearly four years. Oppenheimer, a former director of the ...

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Osteopathic medical school names new dean (access required)

MERIDIAN – Idaho’s first medical school has a new leader. Thomas Mohr, D.O., has been named chief academic officer and dean of the Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, the college announced Aug. 7. Dr. Mohr succeeds Dr. Robert Hasty, a ...

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Tourism grants up by more than $1 million (access required)

The Idaho Travel Council has awarded more than $6 million in grants to 28 nonprofits around the state that strive to attract tourists and grow visitor spending. This year’s awards, which were announced July 31 at the Council’s annual meeting ...

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Construction begins on $45 million office building in Downtown Boise

The Boise skyline will be changing as construction gets underway for what will be the newest office building downtown in years. The developer, Rafanelli & Nahas, hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking Aug. 5 for the 11th & Idaho Building, a 10-story, ...

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University of Idaho to play pivotal role in Dragonfly’s life on Titan experiment (access required)

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MOSCOW — Is there life on Titan? The University of Idaho hopes to find out. The mission isn’t scheduled to depart Earth until 2026, but Jason Barnes, associate professor of physics in the University of Idaho’s College of Science, is working ...

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Saint Alphonsus opens clinic offering ear, nose and throat services and more (access required)

Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise.

Ear, nose and throat specialists are balancing expanded services with hearing and balance disorder treatments and therapies at a new clinic near the Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center campus in Boise. Saint Alphonsus Health System officials, staff members and others ...

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2019 Excellence in Finance honorees announced

Finance professionals are imperative to every organization, but their influence goes far beyond just dollars and sense. Top finance experts excel at building relationships, guiding business strategy and much more. The Idaho Business Review is pleased to recognize some of ...

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Medical group continues to expand its reach in Treasure Valley (access required)

In 25 years, Primary Health Medical Group has expanded from one clinic to 19 locations throughout the Treasure Valley, with future growth on the horizon. The family medicine provider is looking at opening three new clinics in the next few ...

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Chamber hears governor detail priorities, goals (access required)

The old adage that state government has three main functions — to educate, medicate and incarcerate – still rings true as evidenced by some of Gov. Brad Little’s remarks to the business community at a July 31 Boise Metro Chamber ...

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