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Biz ‘Bite:’ 2 leases bring Gateway Marketplace in Meridian to 100% occupancy (access required)

Two tenants are bringing Meridian’s Gateway Marketplace to 100% occupancy, signaling a potential comeback for brick-and-mortar retail, according to Cushman & Wakefield. The Gateway Marketplace shopping center, located at the southeast corner of Eagle and Ustick roads, has executed new ...

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Chubbuck charter breaks ground on a new middle school

Chubbuck’s Connor Academy charter school is expanding by building a new school – Alpine Academy – to serve students in grades 6-8. The existing building, built in 2015, currently houses 540 students in grades K-8. With a waiting list of ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Challis awarded $3M loan from Idaho DEQ to rebuild water system

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality awarded a $3 million low-interest loan to Challis in Custer County to fund the construction of a new well, well house, booster station, transmission line and to perform leak detection on waterlines, according to ...

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Hill joins ESI Construction leadership team (access required)

ESI Construction has announced Justin Hill has joined the management team as the director of design. Hill brings over 30 years of design and team-growing experience to this new role. The company provides a range of general contracting and construction ...

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Ranchers seek to intervene in Idaho-US water rights fight (access required)

Individual ranchers and the Idaho Farm Bureau Federation are seeking to intervene in a lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of Justice challenging recently-passed state water rights laws. The request filed earlier this week in U.S. District Court involves laws ...

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Rudy’s – A Cook’s Paradise recognized as August Small Business of the Month (access required)

In 2002, Tom and Megan Ashenbrener began Rudy’s — A Cook’s Paradise after transforming the 118-year-old historic building that previously housed a hardware store owned by Tom’s father Rudy Ashenbrener, which he purchased in 1946. Tom Ashenbrener, the president at ...

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Roundup Sept. 6 (access required)

100 Chiro Keller PLLC leased 2,212 square feet of retail space in Linder Marketplace, 5956 N. Linder Road in Meridian. Holly Chetwood and John Stevens of TOK Commercial represented the landlord. Jay Jeffries of Carr Inc. represented the tenant. Achieve ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Idaho Falls drive-in celebrates 75 years (access required)

Read More IBR Headlines The Motor Vu Drive-In in Idaho Falls celebrated 75 years in business on Aug. 27. The theater opened in 1947. In honor of the occasion, the Motor Vu showed a movie free-of-charge. The movie was Grease, ...

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Governor signs massive tax cut, education bill (access required)

Gov. Brad Little late Thursday signed a massive tax cut and education spending bill made possible by the state’s projected $2 billion budget surplus. The Republican governor signed the bill after it made a speedy trip through the Legislature in ...

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Insights into 2022 mortgages and current interest rate inversions (access required)

The mortgage markets have seen two percentage point increases in less than a year and some shorter-term mortgage types have sprouted interest rates that can exceed those of longer-term 15- and 20-year fixed-rate products. These curve-inversion behaviors are uncommon, and ...

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