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Counter-drone product dubbed ‘Coolest Thing Made in Idaho’ (access required)

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Like many other success stories, it all started with a man working in his garage. Today, Black Sage has left that space and is reaching not just all of Idaho, but other parts of the world as well with its ...

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Use Idaho’s excess revenues to save lives, not more money

What if you were hanging on the edge of a cliff and your friend leaned down and started rapping hard on your fingers, at the same time telling you it will be all right? Unfortunately, that’s what some Idaho politicians ...

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Albertsons CEO discusses retailer’s response to pandemic (access required)

In retrospect, Albertsons was a kind of canary in the coal mine to this year’s COVID-19 pandemic. “We noticed an up in sales at the end of February,” said CEO and president Vivek Sankaran, “and this was an odd phenomenon.” ...

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A year like no other: Health care year in review 2020 (access required)

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The bad news in health care for 2020 is the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in Idaho. The shock from what happened with closing St. Luke’s Wood River in late March and the statewide stay-home order can be credited with ...

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Idaho vaccine dose reduction has ‘significant implications’

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — An unexpected cut in the number of coronavirus vaccine doses Idaho will receive next week will disrupt distribution plans, a state immunization official said Friday. State Department of Health and Welfare Immunization Program Manager Sarah Leeds ...

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College of Western Idaho swears in newly elected trustees

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College of Western Idaho welcomed three new trustees. Cherie Buckner-Webb, April Baylon-Mendoza and Samantha Guerrero were sworn in by Interim vice president of finance & administration Cheryl Wright during the meeting. Additionally, Buckner-Webb accepted the nomination of vice-chairperson and Baylon-Mendoza will ...

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CSHQA announces new, returning board members

CSHQA has announced new and returning members to its board of directors. Scott Maloney, senior partner and founder of Crain & Company, Denver, has been selected as the second outside director from the business community. He has a wide-ranging professional ...

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Kuna recommends pause on land annexation requests (access required)

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Kuna City Council has denied a couple of land annexation requests for medium-density residential development in the past two months citing sewer capacity concerns, and now the city is working to find a solution. While that is going on, potential ...

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Roundup 12.22

Onward Supported Living LLC leased 2,335 square feet at 4280 E. Amity Road, Suite 102 in Nampa. Chase Erkins, principal, at Lee & Associates Idaho LLC represented the landlord Balcos Brothers LLC. Lincoln Hagood at Colliers represented the tenant. TV 44 ...

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