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Far-right Idaho Republicans battle to control party, state

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The dream world for Idaho’s ascendant far right is one where state lawmakers run a sovereign nation-state free of federal oversight. It would be a place where they can outlaw all abortions, dictate what is taught ...

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Dennis Mikelonis promoted by Idaho Trust Bank

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Idaho Trust Bank recently announced that Dennis Mikelonis has been named commercial banking team leader. Mikelonis, who has been with the bank for seven years, will keep his title as vice president. He went to both Boise and Borah high ...

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Wheat Commission building sprouts rental space (access required)

Artist's rendering of the new Idaho Wheat Commission Building at 821 State Street in downtown Boise. Image courtesy of the Idaho Wheat Commission.

Boise commercial real estate listings rarely get better than this: downtown retail and office space for lease, two blocks from the Capitol with an unobstructed view of the statehouse dome. The sweet spot is that there is parking. The catch is ...

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Tiffany Hyatt elected to realtor governing board

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Tiffany Hyatt of Equity Northwest Real Estate has been elected as secretary of the governing board of the Women’s Council of Realtors, Boise Metro. Women’s Council is a national realtor organization focused on networking, education and philanthropic works for realtors ...

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Roundup 6.08

PRD Food Group LLC leased 23,086 square feet of retail space at 3085 E. Ustick in Meridian. Holly Chetwood of Thornton Oliver Keller represented the tenant. Mallisa Jackson and Dave Cadwell of Colliers Idaho represented the landlord. Rimfire Ironworks LLC ...

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Federal Reserve Bank to sell Idaho bond holdings (access required)

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Now that financial markets have mostly recovered from the economic disruption caused by COVID-19, the Federal Reserve Bank announced on June 2 that it will now sell its stash of corporate bonds in timed increments through the rest of 2021. ...

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Oregon lawmaker faces expulsion for assault on state Capitol

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Oregon House Speaker Tina Kotek wants to expel a Republican lawmaker who allowed violent protesters into the state Capitol in December. Fellow Republicans said Monday they want him out too. Video that emerged late Friday in ...

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Daher’s Kodiak airplane takes flight in Sandpoint (access required)

The Kodiak 100, built in Sandpoint. Courtesy of the Kodiak Aircraft Company.

The Daher presentation at this year’s I-90 Corridor Aerospace Conference really took off to make the point that there’s a great short take-off and landing (STOL) aircraft being manufactured in Sandpoint. The single-engine Kodiak 100 can seat up to 10, ...

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TitleOne adds three Treasure Valley staff members

Jess Lupton has joined TitleOne as an office administrator in the company’s Eagle office. She has five years of customer service experience and three years of management experience. She is currently pursuing a degree in English literature. Kat Merges has ...

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