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Biz ‘Bite:’ Another Intermountain Healthcare merger (access required)

The new Saltzer Health 24/7 clinic on the ground floor of the Saltzer Building at Ten Mile Crossing.

After the failed merger with Sanford Health in December 2020, Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare will now merge with Colorado-based SCL Health. The merger received final approval from the Colorado Department of Law on March 31. Intermountain owns health care ...

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Environmental group files third lawsuit to block US-95 roadwork (access required)

The Paradise Ridge Defense Coalition (PRDC) filed its third lawsuit on March 22 to block the construction of the new 6.5-mile four-lane divided-highway section of US-95 south of Moscow. The new roadway as currently designed will cross the prairie below ...

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Roundup April 5

Ace Hardware leased 13,694 square feet of retail space in the Hillcrest Shopping Center, 5100-5350 Overland Road in Boise. Holly Chetwood, JP Green and Pat Shalz of TOK Commercial represented the landlord. Sherry Schoen of Newmark Grubb Acres represented the ...

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The draft Ada Co. zoning rewrite is done (access required)

photo of the ada county courthouse

After a year of analysis, workshops, stakeholder meetings and public outreach, the draft of Ada County’s rewritten zoning ordinance is complete and ready for public review and comments. The county will hold two public open house events during the third ...

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Molitor promoted at Coldwell Banker Tomlinson

Michele Molitor has been promoted at Coldwell Banker Tomlinson to designated broker and vice president in the southern Idaho area. Molitor brings 24 years of experience in every facet of the real estate industry. Joining the company in August of ...

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Without overriding any vetoes, Legislature adjourns session for the year

The Idaho Legislature adjourned the 2022 session for the year on March 31 without taking up any new bills or overriding any of Gov. Brad Little’s vetoes. The Idaho House of Representatives adjourned for the year “sine die” at about ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ New York firm finances Garden City Boardwalk development (access required)

Artist's rendering of the Broadway mixed-use project in Garden City with frontage along the greenbelt.

A New York real estate lender, ACRES Capital, announced on March 28 that it has financed the development of the Boardwalk Apartments in Garden City with a $67 million loan to Vida Properties, a Boise development company. The Boardwalk is ...

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Arkoosh joins Eberle Berlin

Eberle Berlin has announced David Arkoosh has recently joined the firm as a shareholder, along with his team. Arkoosh is a fifth-generation Idahoan and a second-generation Idaho lawyer with a background in accounting and corporate finance. He will continue to ...

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Biz ‘Bites:’ Idaho hospital bed and physician drought

The number of hospital beds in Idaho increased from 3,311 in 2015 to 3,535 in 2020, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) analysis released on March 25. In comparison, the number of beds per 1,000 people dropped from 2.01 ...

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