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Leads for the Week of 6.5 (access required)

Business Leads State Tax Liens State Tax Releases Federal Tax Liens & Releases Construction Lead Boise Caldwell Coeur d’Alene Eagle Kuna Meridian Nampa   Court Records Ada County Civil Divorces Marriages Judgments – NONE Liens – NONE Release of liens ...

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Roundup 6.2.20 (access required)

The Idaho Supreme Court renewed its 4,570 square feet of industrial space in the South Cole Industrial Center at 2756 S. Cole Road in Boise. Chris Pearson and Peter Oliver of TOK Commercial facilitated the transaction. Berkley Insurance Company renewed 18,429 ...

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Analysis: The muddle of relief for Idaho’s rural hospitals (access required)

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How much did Idaho’s rural hospitals receive from the $10 billion rural health care relief funds? Short of asking each individual hospital, it is impossible right now to tell who got what. That’s because the amounts that the U.S. Department ...

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Mental health also critical aspect of COVID-19, Micron says (access required)

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COVID-19 coronavirus has caused many companies to feel concerned about the physical well-being of their employees, but what about their mental health? One Idaho company is taking the lead. Micron — which, as a company with international locations, including China, was ...

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Pandemic halts, delays projects nationwide, AGC survey finds (access required)

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The coronavirus pandemic has caused more than one out of four contractors to halt or delay work on current projects, according to a survey by the Associated General Contractors of America. The survey results show how quickly market conditions have ...

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Infected workers, parts shortages slow auto factory restarts

DETROIT (AP) — The U.S. auto industry’s coronavirus comeback plan was pretty simple: restart factories gradually and push out trucks and other vehicles for waiting buyers in states left largely untouched by the virus outbreak. Yet the return from a ...

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Latinos increasingly affected by COVID-19 in rural Idaho

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — New data shows a recent spike in coronavirus cases has hit Latinos in rural Idaho, an already disproportionately affected community that makes up a third of the state’s cases where the race is known. Data collected ...

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