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Roundup 7.27.18 (access required)

S&J Holdings LLC purchased the 18,640-square-foot Hayden Design Center at 9245 N. Government Way in Hayden. Erik Nelson of Kiemle Hagood represented the buyer. Poky-Dot- Boutique leased 1,440 square feet at 201 N. Main St. in Pocatello. Don Zebe and ...

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Report: Regulation, marketing keep community bank CEOs awake at night (access required)

Regulation, marketing and talent recruitment are some of the issues that keep community bank CEO awake at night. That’s a key takeaway from “Community Bank CEO Priorities for 2018,” an American Bankers Association Benchmarking & Survey Research group study. “Recruiting ...

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Boise downtown stadium proposal moves to West End (access required)

Downtown Boise stadium developer Chris Schoen has abandoned the former Kmart location at Americana and Shoreline for his proposed Boise Sports Park stadium and mixed-use development. Schoen announced in a news release July 26 that he wants to build the ...

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In construction, drone use is taking off (access required)

Implementation of new Federal Aviation Administration regulations in 2016 really opened the doors for contractors to start employing drones on construction projects. To be sure, before the Small UAS Rule took effect, many people were using unmanned aerial systems (UAS), ...

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Rexburg seeks to build a new airport

Rexburg is charting a course to build a new airport that would accommodate larger corporate and cargo aircraft and move air  operations away from Main Street and the freeway. The city of Rexburg in early July approved a location for ...

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Federal trucking ELD regulations tough for livestock haulers (access required)

A federal regulation intended to help improve trucking safety has an unintended consequence for Idaho’s livestock industry. In 2012, the United States Congress enacted the “Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century” bill, commonly called MAP-21. Among other things, ...

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