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Round Up 7.26.19 (access required)

The Center for Behavioral Health Management, Inc. leased 5,105 square feet of office space at 404 S. 8th St. in Boise. Al Marino of Thornton Oliver Keller represented the tenant.  Jennifer McEntee of Cushman Wakefield Pacific represented the landlord. Creative ...

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Planned Idaho Falls event center has a naming partner (access required)

IDAHO FALLS – The Idaho Falls Auditorium District is getting closer to its fundraising goal to build an events center with the announcement of a naming rights agreement with Mountain America Credit Union. With the credit union purchase of the ...

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Primary Health urgent cares now accepting veterans (access required)

Veterans looking for greater access to walk-in urgent care appointments now have 19 Primary Health clinics in the Treasure Valley as an option. The health care provider announced the service July 24 affecting its urgent care locations in response to ...

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This zoning change could make neighborhoods west of Downtown more pedestrian-friendly

The city of Boise, working with the West Downtown and North End neighborhood associations, is looking to create a Pedestrian Commercial zone, which officials say would make the area more walkable. The proposed changes would involve rezoning areas along State Street and ...

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Workforce program pairs teachers with tech firms

Originally posted on IdahoEdNews.org on July 11, 2019 Penni Aufderheide works with 3D and virtual reality programs at the Boise startup Blocksmith. A Jerome teacher is spending her summer wearing VR headsets and working with 3D graphics at a Boise ...

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Construction begins on Valor Pointe apartments (access required)

Homeless veterans will have a better chance to get back on their feet thanks to a 27-unit apartment complex planned for the corner of State and Fargo streets. A groundbreaking ceremony to herald the start of work on the $6.2 million Valor ...

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