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Adler looks to grow Treasure Valley’s industrial market (access required)

Demand for space from new and expanding industrial tenants is keeping developers busy in the Treasure Valley. The reasons for the growth are a well-told story: Idaho is a great location for warehouse operations that can easily reach nearly all ...

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OK, now Boise has 5G cellular service

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Portions of the Treasure Valley – including unspecified parts of Meridian as well as a number of locations in Boise – now have access to 5G cellphone service through Verizon. The announcement was expected. Verizon has been installing the small ...

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Report: WinCo eyeing another shuttered Shopko in Oregon

It seems that no self-respecting burg in the Northwest is complete without a Dutch Bros., Les Schwab or Nordstrom Rack. Now you can add Boise-based WinCo Foods to the list. The discount grocer’s growth strategy of late seems to be ...

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Idaho Business Review forum: Experts discuss Opportunity Zone investment

For those willing to invest patient capital into projects in areas primed for redevelopment, an Opportunity Zone might be the right option, said speakers at a Sept. 24 Idaho Business Review Experts Forum. The subject of Opportunity Zones – 28 ...

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New or improved: Keeping health care infrastructure operating in top condition (access required)

Whether it’s reconfiguring existing spaces to offer a service line for a growing base of patients, building a new hospital from the ground up, adding “smart” beds for patient rooms or just refreshing the aesthetics, Idaho industry leaders are looking ...

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Controller about to award contract to Deloitte for mainframe migration project (access required)

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Idaho state government is one step closer to migrating off its IBM mainframe, with the intention to select Deloitte Consulting to provide integration services for its Luma contract. Luma is the planned enterprise resource planning (ERP) system for the Idaho State ...

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ISU-Meridian debuts expanded nursing skills lab, anatomy space (access required)

MERIDIAN – Students training in the health sciences field at Idaho State University’s campus in the Treasure Valley will be able to expand their knowledge and skills this semester, thanks to some construction that recently wrapped up. The new digs ...

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WaFd changes name so you know it’s a bank (access required)

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Tom Van Hemelryck, region president for Washington Federal – now WaFd Bank – knew he had to change its name when he looked at the results from a focus group. Van Hemelryck recalled participants saying, ‘We didn’t know you were ...

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BOMA Idaho hosts regional conference (access required)

Homelessness is emerging as an issue of concern for many commercial real estate owners and managers. BOMA Idaho addressed that concern — and some homegrown solutions — at a recent regional conference that attracted attendees from around the Pacific Northwest. ...

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Realtors lash out at Bieter’s proposed restrictions on Boise Airbnb rentals

The trade association for residential real estate agents says it will oppose Boise Mayor David Bieter’s efforts to regulate short-term rentals, such as those on Airbnb. Bieter has proposed new restrictions, including a requirement that owners who rent out space in ...

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