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Gov. Little talks business concerns, strengths at BMC address (access required)

Gov. Brad Little affirmed the strength of the Idaho economy while addressing the business community Monday, and recognized the need for continued investment throughout the state. The Aug. 16 address, presented by the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, touched on the challenges and successes that the business community has faced as a result ...

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Treasure Valley industrial real estate still on a roll (access required)

The first building at the AI Northside Industrial Park under construction at the beginning of March.

The juggernaut of industrial real estate in the Treasure Valley just won’t slow down. Not even a pandemic and a growing housing shortage seem to have any effect on slowing shrinking vacancy rates and growing absorption, as reported by the ...

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Roundup 8.20

Ahrens DeAngeli Law Group LLP leased 3,053 square feet of space at 3587 E. Overland Road in Meridian. The Sundance Company represented the landlord and Zack Stoddard of TOK Boise LLC represented the tenant.  BRC Health LLC leased 2,053 square feet of space at 9382 W. Overland Road ...

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A Word with Boise Centre’s Mary-Michael Rodgers 

How long did Boise Centre have to completely shut down due to the pandemic, and what did the process of reopening look like for you?  We were closed from mid-March 2020 through mid-July 2020. During this difficult time for our ...

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NNU agrees to provide education to Mexican nationals (access required)

Northwest Nazarene University (NNU) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Mexican Consulate to create a partnership to increase access to educational opportunities, resources and services to Mexican nationals in the region. “They came to us and asked if we would be ...

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Perpetua to supply Ambri batteries with antimony (access required)

This artificial pond is a remnant of former mining operations in the Stibnite site.

Perpetua Resources announced on Aug. 9 that is has forged an agreement with Ambri Inc. to supply it with a portion of the antimony from the Stibnite mine when it opens for production. The companies Perpetua is headquartered in Boise, ...

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Inspire Excellence event to fund Teens 2 Trades (access required)

The creation of the Inspire Excellence Inc. 501(c)3 nonprofit was announced on March 2, 2020. Its Teens 2 Trades program had the stated purpose of connecting teens to careers in the trades and industry.  The organization was the mutual brainchild of ...

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Morton Buildings lease approved for Pocatello Airport property (access required)

A building manufacturing facility is scheduled to land soon at Pocatello Airport’s industrial park. The Pocatello City Council approved a 30-year lease Aug. 5 for the Morton Buildings of Morton, Illinois, on 35 acres at the airport industrial park, with ...

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