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NTSB: Icy conditions during deadly South Dakota plane crash

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The pilot and a passenger of a small plane that crashed after taking off from a small South Dakota airport on Thanksgiving weekend, killing nine of 12 members of an Idaho family who were on ...

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Roundup 12.17.19 (access required)

Wine & Design has leased a 2,321-square-foot retail property at 1009 W. Bannock Street in Boise. Garrison Parcells, retail accounts at Lee & Associates Idaho, LLC represented the tenant and the landlord. Hall Education, Inc. leased 4,524 square feet of ...

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Boise City Council approves Voyager subdivision appeal (access required)

Oblique aerial photo of the site of the future Voyager subdivision.

The Boise City Council approved the appeal of a rezoning request for the future Voyager subdivision on Five Mile Road during their Dec. 10 meeting. The Planning & Zoning Commission voted on Oct. 14 not to recommend a rezone from ...

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State plans next phase of IT modernization (access required)

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Idaho’s Office of Information Technology Services plans to take the next step of its modernization program to the Legislature during the upcoming session. The initiative continues centralizing Idaho’s computing resources, including moving several full-time equivalent (FTE) positions under the office ...

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Boise City Council denies Eyrie Terraces appeal (access required)

Photo of attorney Deborah Nelson appealing the Eyrie Terraces permit denial at the Boise City Council meeting.

The Boise City Council denied an appeal on Dec. 10 for a hillside development permit for the Eyrie Terraces subdivision, a project that generated numerous public comments in opposition. The Planning & Zoning Commission rejected the permit and accompanying preliminary ...

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Mountain West Bank moves downtown Boise branch (access required)

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Mountain West Bank is moving its downtown Boise branch. Previously located in the Hoff Building at 8th and Bannock, where the Coeur d’Alene-based bank had both the 11th floor and the main floor, it is now moving into the previous ...

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2020 Women of the Year reflect Idaho’s growth, diversity

2019 Women of the Year

After receiving more than 220 nominations and a record number of completed applications from women around the state, the Idaho Business Review is proud to announce its 2020 Women of the Year. Competition was fierce, and the panel noted great ...

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Keto-friendly retail grows in Treasure Valley (access required)

Donuts from The Fit Donut in Meridian

Despite the popularity of the paleo diet and keto-friendly foods, businesses that cater to this market segment are still scarce. While Boise’s Killer Creamery has placed its keto-friendly ice cream on grocery store shelves, two other young businesses are now ...

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