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Kuna Post Office will move into Freedom Fitness building

The new Kuna Post Office will come with some architectural flair. The U.S. Postal Service announced Aug. 31 it will move its Kuna office into the Freedom Fitness building on Wythe Creek Court. Freedom Fitness, meanwhile, plans to build a ...

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Guaranteed Rate close to opening a mortgage office in downtown Boise (access required)

Fairly new to Idaho, national mortgage lender Guaranteed Rate expects to open a downtown Boise office by Oct. 1 in the former Umpqua Bank space in the Veltex Building. Guaranteed Rate first opened Idaho offices in 2017 in Sandpoint and ...

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LinkedIn for lawyers (access required)

Mark C.D. Newall has the better part of three decades’ experience helping lawyers develop their careers, and LinkedIn is one tool he considers indispensable in the process. Newall, a partner at Essex Partners and principal at Keystone Partners Legal in ...

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Idaho coalition to fight ‘historical horse racing’ (access required)

An Idaho group made up of state and local political leaders have launched a statewide effort to oppose a ballot initiative seeking to legalize so-called “historical horse racing.” The group, known as Idaho United Against Prop 1, recently announced that ...

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Twin Falls archway committee is about halfway there (access required)

Members of a committee raising money to build an archway into the Twin Falls historic downtown district say they’re about halfway toward meeting a revenue goal that’s ballooned to $300,000. The Twin Falls Archway Committee first met in November 2016, ...

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