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Starting teacher pay raised to $40,000 in Idaho

Starting teacher pay will increase to $40,000 annually in a move Idaho lawmakers hope will attract and keep more teachers in the state. Gov. Brad Little on Wednesday signed into law the legislation that received overwhelming support in the House ...

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Roundup 3.22.19 (access required)

BPM Investments, LLC purchased a 10,632-square-foot industrial building on 2.04 acres at 1854 E. Lanark in Meridian. Gavin Phillips of Thornton Oliver Keller facilitated the transaction. TruHIT Fitness leased 3,112 square feet of office space at 50 Seneca Springs in ...

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Boise ranks No. 2 for on-time flights (access required)

A new study by InsureMyTrip reveals Boise Airport is one of the best airports in the country when it comes to on-time performance. The airport ranked the second best, with one of the lowest percentages of cancelled flights (less than ...

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Court Records 3.15 (access required)

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Business Leads 3.15 (access required)

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Twin Falls economic development hires spokesdog (access required)

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To help promote its economic development efforts, Twin Falls is going to the dogs. The city, which became a Metropolitan Statistical Area in January 2018, launched a website, www.twinfallsidaho.org, to help promote the region and was looking for the perfect ...

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