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Biz ‘Bite:’ Ketchum puts affordable housing on ballot (access required)

Downtown Ketchum.

Ketchum is asking its residents to vote on May 17 to increase the city’s local options tax (LOT) and to use the funds raised to support affordable housing. As a resort community, Ketchum is one of the few municipalities allowed ...

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4 ways to prepare your business for the future of digital payments 

Digital transformation continues to sweep the country — especially as more companies and their customers embrace digital payment technologies.   Here are four areas that can help your business embrace the future of digital payments both with consumers and other ...

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Let’s take Idaho’s broadband seriously 

People are moving to Idaho in record numbers, and I don’t blame them. Who wouldn’t want to live in a place where outdoor recreation in pristine forests, mountains, rivers and lakes is easily accessible? However, Idaho’s infrastructure is not up ...

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Nampa booming again with 4 new industrial sites (access required)

Any conversation about Nampa inherently involves the word “growth.” But a more accurate description of the city, particularly from the perspective of its industrial expansion, would warrant the term “exploding.” In September, the Nampa Development Corporation (NDC) announced it had ...

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Valor K9 recognized as Idaho Small Business of the Month  (access required)

U.S. Sen. Jim Risch named Valor K9 Academy in Horseshoe Bend as the Idaho Small Business of the Month for March 2022. The designation is an honor for the company and its owners, Amy and Justin Pishner.  The veteran-owned and ...

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Ag announcement: Avian flu detected in Idaho

The Idaho State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) has announced that cases of High Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) have been confirmed in two separate flocks of domestic chickens in Gooding and Caribou counties. ISDA stated on April 15 that the outbreaks ...

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Olson joins Perkins Coie

Stephanie Olson has joined Perkins Coie in Boise as a litigation associate in the firm’s business litigation practice group and assists on commercial disputes for large and small companies alike. Olson has experience leading large teams of experienced litigators to ...

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Inflation and commercial real estate in Boise and Treasure Valley (access required)

Earlier this year, the possibility of inflation was being discussed. The Federal Reserve (the Fed) and President Joe Biden opined that inflation then was transitory. Now as the first quarter ends, we have seen significant increases in the cost of goods and ...

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