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Second annual Icon event recognizes career-spanning leadership

More than 150 people attended this year’s Icon awards, which honored 15 Idaho businesspeople aged 50 and over whose lives and careers have made a dramatic impact on the state. Now in its second year, the event was held August ...

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Arts as a business: Ballet Idaho (access required)

Jessica Sulikowski and Andrew Taft rehearse for an upcoming performance in sun valley

This is the third in a four-part series on the economic impact of local arts groups. Ballet Idaho has undergone some big changes in the past few months, with both a new artistic director and a new executive director. Executive ...

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Firm expands HQ, workforce to help folks pay medical bills

A Boise-based tech company’s growth is built on bringing resolution to one of health care’s greatest mysteries: helping decipher patients’ medical bills and find ways to cover often-unforeseen expenses. Looking to help make a dent in the estimated $38 billion ...

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Construction begins on $40M St. Luke’s McCall expansion (access required)

McCALL – A beam raising ceremony on Aug. 12 heralded the start of construction of the new addition to St. Luke’s McCall Medical Center. Members of the community and St. Luke’s employees gathered to add their signatures to a giant ...

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St. Luke’s quick care opening to fill void in Elmore County (access required)

MOUNTAIN HOME – A new St. Luke’s clinic offering immediate care is now open for business. St. Luke’s Elmore Quick Care, which welcomed its first patients Aug. 5, comes just in the nick of time, according to St. Luke’s Health ...

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Roaring Springs to add new ride: The Double Flying Saucer (access required)

Correction: This article has been updated with the correct price of the Galaxy Event Center construction. Also, Wahooz does not offer paintball. MERIDIAN – There will be new way to cool off at Roaring Springs next summer. The Meridian water ...

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Federal study planned on raising Boise River dam

Federal officials plan to create an environmental study that will look at raising one of three Boise River system dams to capture more water for fast-growing southwestern Idaho. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation is taking comments through Sept. 9 and ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Tom Mortell, Hawley Troxell partner, health care law practice chair

Tom Mortell, head of Hawley Troxell’s health law group, has represented Idaho hospitals for over 20 years with a particular focus on rural areas. He calls rural hospitals “the backbones of their communities,” noting that they are often the town’s largest employer. ...

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Boise temperature sensor company acquired in $75M deal (access required)

A Chicago-area publicly-traded company has purchased Boise-based Quality Thermistor Inc. for $75 million. In a news release, CTS Corp. said its Aug. 1 acquisition of Quality Thermistor Inc., which designs and manufactures temperature sensors for an array of customers, will ...

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