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Roundup 12.10.19

J3 Engineer Group LLC renewed 833 square feet of office space at 223 N 6th Street in Boise. Jen McEntee, DJ Thompson and Bree Wells of Cushman & Wakefield Pacific represented the landlord. Ron Ramza represented the tenant. Senestre Creative leased 848 square feet of ...

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Idaho AGC announces awards and officers (access required)

Tracy and Margaret Hopkins were the joint recipients of the Idaho AGC Associate of the Year award. Left to right: Idaho AGC CEO Wayne Hammon, 2019 chapter president Zach Higgins and Tracy Hopkins.

The Idaho chapter of the Associated General Contractors held their annual meeting and year-end gala on Dec. 5 in Boise. The annual meeting marked the turnover of the chapter’s officers. It also included reports from its CEO, treasurer and lobbyists. ...

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Tamarack Aerospace adds three maintenance partners (access required)

photo of tamarack aerospace winglet

SANDPOINT — Continuing its process of recovering from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Tamarack Aerospace Group has announced three new authorized maintenance operations to its network of authorized dealers and service center partners, bringing the total of 19 worldwide. The companies are Banyan ...

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ICOM becomes the first Apple Distinguished School in Idaho (access required)

A photo of a fully-integrated interactive lecture station in one of ICOM's classrooms.

The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine became the first Apple Distinguished School in Idaho just before Thanksgiving. While Apple Inc. is well-known for their targeting and aggressive marketing at schools of all levels, the Apple Distinguished School designation is reserved ...

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Layton Construction announces merger

photo of St. Alphonsus Medical Center in Nampa

Layton Construction announced on Dec. 4 that they will be merging with the STO Building Group to create the fourth-largest construction business in the country. According to Layton vice president Jeff Miller, who is in charge of the Boise office, ...

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US jobs data to give clues to economy amid trade uncertainty

WASHINGTON (AP) — Friday’s November jobs report will provide insight into whether steady hiring remains a source of strength for the U.S. economy even as the Trump administration’s trade conflicts have heightened uncertainties for employers. Economists have forecast that the ...

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Idaho House minority leader resigns, takes new job

The Democratic minority leader in the Idaho House announced Wednesday that he is resigning and joining the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce as vice president of government relations. Lawmaker Mat Erpelding was an articulate spokesman for his party and found ...

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Idaho governor: Idaho is least-regulated state in US

Idaho is the least-regulated state in the U.S., Gov. Brad Little said Wednesday. The Republican governor said he’s cut or simplified 75% of Idaho’s administrative rules this year and leapfrogged ahead of South Dakota as the least-regulated state. State officials ...

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Museum of Idaho receives $500,000 donation for new exhibit

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — The Museum of Idaho has received a $500,000 donation that will be used to create a permanent exhibit telling the history of eastern Idaho. The Post Register reports that Westmark Credit Union made the donation Friday at ...

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