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New leadership takes the helm at the Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Diane Bevan receives an award

Colorful piñatas, a performer in a flowing red skirt and pre-set tables decorated with hand-painted statuettes greeted guests Saturday evening at the the premier annual event of the Idaho Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the Grand Fiesta Gala. The sold-out event, ...

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Alturas hits milestone with retail center purchase (access required)

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AMMON – Eagle-based Alturas Capital continues to grow its real estate footprint in eastern Idaho. The commercial real estate investment company, which earlier this year acquired a 78,000-square-foot office complex in Chubbuck that is fully occupied by an Allstate Insurance ...

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Idaho apprenticeships help meet the demand for health care workers

Linda Akike came to Boise from the Republic of Congo. She always dreamed of being a nurse, so when she heard she could enroll in a program that may lead to a full-time job at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center ...

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WinCo to open new store in Centralia, Wash. (access required)

Boise-based WinCo Foods is set to open a new store in Centralia, Wash., the Port of Centralia announced on Sept 4. Construction is scheduled to begin in 2020. The store is expected to open the following year at the port’s ...

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Affordable senior housing construction continues in Nampa

NAMPA — Two of Nampa’s newest affordable housing complexes for seniors have put out the welcome mat. And more units are in the pipeline. The Treasure Valley’s dearth of affordable housing, especially housing that caters to seniors, is credited with ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Matt Gilkerson, Trailhead Boise, program manager

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Four years ago, a unique coworking space opened at 8th Street and 500 South in downtown Boise. Today, Trailhead is a hub for startups, entrepreneurs, freelancers and remote employees looking for community, camaraderie and collaboration. Matt Gilkerson, Trailhead program manager, ...

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New voter registration system will require Windows 10 in counties (access required)

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New voter registration software the Secretary of State’s office plans to roll out in January will offer more security, meaning county clerks will no longer require a dedicated PC to connect to the system. However, that also means county clerks ...

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Upgrades at Idaho resorts look to lift visitor counts

The start to the ski season is still a few months away, but resorts around the state have been investing heavily in improvements from new accommodations and lifts to snowmaking and other amenities. Ongoing improvements are a significant step in retaining ...

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