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Court Records 11.9 (access required)

Ada Civil Divorces Marriages Judgments Judgment cont (2) Judgment cont(3) Liens Release of liens Release of liens cont (2)   Canyon Marriages Judgments Liens Release of liens Release of liens cont(2)  

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Soft Surroundings opens at The Village at Meridian (access required)

A store familiar to online and catalog shoppers has opened its first Idaho location at The Village at Meridian. Soft Surroundings, a luxury lifestyle retailer purveying products soft to the touch, opened in The Village in the space next to ...

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New entertainment complex launches in Ketchum (access required)

Thanksgiving Weekend in Ketchum will also mark the opening of the new Argyros Performing Arts Center, a multi-purpose entertainment campus on the corner of Main and First streets. Now 90 percent complete, the Argyros executive team will thank its founding ...

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Cities grapple with sales tax redistribution (access required)

This is the time of year when efforts like Small Business Saturday arise. Instead of buying items at the mall or online, people should shop at local small businesses, such promotions say, keeping the money – as well as sales ...

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Round Up 11.23.18 (access required)

Protech Supply leased space in the Bridger 2 Building at 12554 W. Bridger Street in Boise. Chris Pearson and Patrick Shalz of Thornton Oliver Keller represented the landlord. Austin Hopkins of Lee & Associates represented the tenant. Greenwood Motor Lines ...

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Nursing shortage continues across nation (access required)

Oklahoma City-based nurse practitioner Brooke Caldwell has experienced many settings of nursing and various levels over her 18-year career. Caldwell worked as a nurse technician while earning her bachelor’s degree at the University of Central Oklahoma. Upon graduation, she worked ...

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New owners have ambitious plans for Tamarack Resort (access required)

The long-troubled Tamarack Resort near Donnelly will soon have a new owner with ambitious plans to transform the property and its facilities into a year-round recreation destination. The Idaho Land Board on Nov. 20 said it would transfer the lease ...

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