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Construction Leads 5.10 (access required)

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Court Records 5.10 (access required)

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Leads for the week of 5.10 (access required)

Business Leads (Includes new business listings, State tax liens / releases, Federal tax liens / releases) Construction Leads (Includes building permits from across the state) Ada & Canyon Court Records (Includes civil court filings, judgments, claims of lien, release of liens, marriages, ...

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Business Leads 5.10 (access required)

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U.S. Bank closing more branches, but not in Idaho (access required)

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While U.S. Bank CEO Andy Cecere has said that he expects the bank to close 10% to 15% of its branches, or about 450 branches nationwide, it’s unlikely that any of them will be in Idaho. “There are no more ...

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Idaho company’s Cuba tours popular despite Trump ‘crackdown’

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The 2020 U.S. presidential elections seem impossibly remote as nine Americans weave their kayaks through a thick red mangrove forest on Cuba’s southern coast. They navigate the tight pathways made by these saline-loving trees, admiring long-legged ...

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‘Internet of Things’ introduces possibilities, perils, attorney warns (access required)

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The Internet of Things (IoT) — the trend toward embedding computer-enabled sensors into other products — offers a massive potential for data and analysis, but it introduces massive vulnerabilities as well that businesses must prepare for. “Putting a computer into everything turns ...

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Zions Bank creates North Idaho region (access required)

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Zions Bank has created a separate North Idaho region that could presage the bank’s expansion in the area. Currently, the bank, which is based in Salt Lake City, has two branches in the region: Lewiston and Moscow. That could change, ...

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Allred, Otter join to promote civil discourse program

Former political rivals Keith Allred and C.L. “Butch” Otter will join forces on Friday to discuss a new program aimed at finding positive common ground across partisan lines. Allred is the executive director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse ...

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