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Roundup 6.9.20 (access required)

Hothead Headliners leased 10,500 square feet of industrial space located at 8068 W. Woodlark Road in Boise. Chris Pearson of TOK Commercial facilitated the transaction. Envision 360 Inc. purchased a mixed-use development site located at 5165 E. Warm Springs Ave. ...

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COVID-19 offers businesses opportunities for renovation (access required)

Renovations at the Centre Theater in downtown Idaho Falls.

While many construction projects were delayed or cut back during the COVID-19 emergency, some Idahoans used the pandemic-related shutdown of essential business to renovate. Though most renovations appear to be concentrated in the restaurant or entertainment sectors, the Chubbuck-Pocatello School ...

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Dave Facer named foundation executive director at College of Eastern Idaho

Dave Facer has been named foundation executive director at College of Eastern Idaho. Facer started his career at Children’s Miracle Network in Salt Lake City after his graduation from the University of Utah. He spent most of his time at ...

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Helen Johnson joins Zions Bank as business banker (access required)

Zions Bank has hired Helen Johnson as a business banking relationship manager at its Nampa branch at 2121 W. Karcher Road. In this role, she is responsible for developing and maintaining banking relationships with business clients. Johnson brings more than 30 years of ...

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Mortgage statistics offer good news, bad news (access required)

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The bad news is that mortgage delinquencies are up. The good news is that mortgage applications are also up along with rebounding home sales. According to the Mortgage Bankers Association, the total number of loans now in forbearance increased from ...

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Ethics considerations apply when attorneys work remotely

Now that COVID-19, colloquially dubbed the coronavirus, has made its way to Missouri, some law firms may begin asking attorneys to self-quarantine to prevent further spread and infection. These law firms and individual attorneys should take care to ensure that ...

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Nursing homes account for 60% of Idaho COVID-19 deaths

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — More than 60% of Idaho’s coronavirus-related deaths are among residents of long-term care facilities such as nursing homes, according to numbers released by the state on May 5. The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare said ...

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Meat-rendering company where worker died fined by OSHA

KUNA, Idaho (AP) — The owner of an Idaho meat-rendering plant where an employee died earlier this year has been fined more than $63,000 by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Darling Ingredients, which uses animal products to create ...

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Idaho Panhandle tribes receive $1.5 million housing grants (access required)

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Several Northern Idaho Native American tribes have received government grants for housing. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced on June 5 the competitive award of two Indian Community Development Block Grants totaling $1.5 million to the Nez Perce ...

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