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Small business helps Idaho recover from COVID-19 recession

When economies recover from a recession, who is the “culprit”? Here’s a clue: In June, U.S. small businesses added nearly 1 million jobs[i]. And yet civic officials deem them unimportant to economic recovery? Let that sink in. Who has led ...

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Saltzer Health opens Caldwell clinic, with four more coming (access required)

Saltzer Health is growing more clinics in the growing Treasure Valley. The firm just opened a new urgent care clinic on Aug. 4 across the street from the West Valley Medical Center at 512 E. Elm Street in Caldwell. The ...

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Boise to roll out new permit and license system next week (access required)

Boise has a new permit and license system that will be fully operational on Aug. 18. The online system is powered by software from Accela Inc. of San Ramon, California, a firm that specializes in systems and databases for governments. Some ...

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‘Pass It On:’ Columbia Bank puts businesses back to work (access required)

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, after the northwest banking company had given almost a billion dollars in Paycheck Protection Program loans, Columbia Bank started its Pass It On Project, a partnership with businesses in Idaho, Oregon and Washington, ...

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Forbes ranks top Idaho credit unions for customer service (access required)

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According to Forbes, the top five credit unions in Idaho for customer satisfaction range from small to large and local to multi-state. The youngest is a mere six and a half decades old. Only one is headquartered in the Treasure ...

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Kelly Christenson added to indieDwell as director of procurement

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indieDwell Holdings has added supply chain expert Kelly Christenson to the team as director of procurement. Christenson brings 30 years of industry experience to indieDwell. She spent the last seven years with the J.R. Simplot Company, and the 10 years ...

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Strong cybersecurity strategy not a luxury for small business (access required)

After several difficult months plagued by coronavirus, small business owners across the country are preparing for the day they can finally and permanently reopen their doors. The pandemic has seriously impacted the health of businesses everywhere, and for most employers, ...

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Transportation Department clearing Highway 95 rockslide (access required)

ITD crews working on the repair of Old Pollock Road prior to opening it as a detour.

After three weeks, the debris from the rockslide between Pollock and Riggins was still sitting on US-95. After two rock fall events within one week, the Idaho Transportation Department stopped work to monitor the safety of the area before allowing ...

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Idaho Business Review announces 2020 Excellence in Finance honorees

The Idaho Business Review is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Excellence in Finance awards, which honors outstanding performance in the banking, corporate, investment, educator and professional sectors. Nominations for the award came in from across the state. ...

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