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Vincent joins Treasure Valley Children’s Theater board (access required)

Joshua Vincent, a fourth-generation Idahoan and second-generation banker, has joined the board of directors for the Treasure Valley Children’s Theater. Having over eight years of experience in the financial industry, Vincent is able to provide his expertise and energy into ...

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Downtown events return to encourage local business patronage  (access required)

The pandemic may have reshaped how events operated during the last couple of years, including as recently as last holiday season for some areas, but looking ahead to this summer, cities around Idaho have expressed excitement for getting back to hosting a ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Chobani provides $1M for University of Idaho-led research dairy (access required)

Chobani has announced gifting $1 million to the University of Idaho-led Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (Idaho CAFE) to help fund construction of the nation’s largest research dairy. “Sustainability is part of the fabric of Chobani. Caring for ...

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LDK breaks ground on its third Nampa project (access required)

LDK Ventures, a California developer of industrial, mixed-use and multifamily projects, broke ground on its fourth Idaho project, the Madison Logistics Center in Nampa. Four projects may not sound like much, but given the year and a half period LDK ...

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Who can afford rent in Boise? (access required)

Average rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Boise over time, with comparisons to other metros. Click to enlarge. Graphic by Catie Clark.

Boise’s steepening rents didn’t improve at all in April. They rose 2.9% compared to March. In comparison, the March to April increase nationally was 0.9%. Month-over-month growth in Boise ranks No. 2 among the nation’s 100 largest cities. These figures ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ In-N-Out is into Boise (access required)

In-N-Out continues its Idaho invasion evidenced by an April 25 permit application. The storied California burger joint applied for a planning permit to hold a neighborhood meeting on its plans to open its second Idaho location in Boise. This follows ...

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Honorees lauded at the 2022 CEO of Influence awards   (access required)

The energy from Thursday night’s Idaho Business Review 2022 CEO of Influence awards is still flowing. Smiles were all around throughout the program, as comments circulated about what a great group came together to be honored and what a special ...

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Idaho’s year-over-year 111.86% foreclosure increase: no big deal (access required)

Foreclosure activity for Idaho in the first quarter of 2022 was up 16.82% compared to the previous quarter and up an eye-popping 111.86% compared to Q1 in 2021, according to housing data firm ATTOM Data Solutions. While these look like ...

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