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Workforce program pairs teachers with tech firms

Originally posted on IdahoEdNews.org on July 11, 2019 Penni Aufderheide works with 3D and virtual reality programs at the Boise startup Blocksmith. A Jerome teacher is spending her summer wearing VR headsets and working with 3D graphics at a Boise ...

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Construction begins on Valor Pointe apartments (access required)

Homeless veterans will have a better chance to get back on their feet thanks to a 27-unit apartment complex planned for the corner of State and Fargo streets. A groundbreaking ceremony to herald the start of work on the $6.2 million Valor ...

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Ski-in, ski-out hotel slated for Schweitzer

SANDPOINT – Tamarack Resort isn’t the only mountain recreation spot in Idaho that’s getting a major overhaul this summer. Construction now is underway on a 30-unit, ski-in/ski-out boutique hotel directly adjacent to the existing Selkirk Lodge at Schweitzer Mountain Resort. ...

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With its strong economy, does Idaho still need business incentives?

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With the strong economy and low unemployment rate, some are suggesting that states no longer need to offer incentives to companies to locate or expand facilities. Steve Scranton, chief investment officer for Washington Trust Bank, told the Treasure Valley Chief Financial ...

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Saint Al’s-Nampa achieves trauma center designation

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NAMPA – Saint Alphonsus Medical Center-Nampa is elevating the level of trauma care in Canyon County. The hospital announced July 16 that it received a level four designation from the Idaho Time Sensitive Emergency Program and the Idaho Department of ...

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Forecast: Idaho housing prices to rise further

A new forecast of real estate markets around the nation predicted four Idaho cities will continue to see some of the biggest increases in values over the next year, with appreciation rates north of 9%. Meanwhile, homes sold in Ada ...

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Shovels kick off medical complex development (access required)

MERIDIAN — Shovels went into the ground July 18 as a prelude to construction of a major new medical complex at Ten Mile Crossing. Wielding ceremonial gold and silver shovels, a group of civic and business leaders and government officials, ...

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BSU construction management MBA to be delivered online (access required)

Obtaining a construction management master’s degree for the working adult is one way to advance professionally, even for those who aren’t wearing hardhats. But building time for traditional classroom study into a busy schedule can be a challenge, so Boise ...

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