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Company gives Burley the deep freeze with cold storage hub (access required)

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BURLEY – NewCold lives up to its name in all senses of the word: it is new and, boy, is it cold. The Netherlands-based specialist in automated cold storage marked the grand opening of its $90 million, 180,000-square-foot facility in ...

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Round Up 6.14.19 (access required)

Golden Nugget Idaho, LLC leased 1,496 square feet of retail space at 1330 E. Fairview Ave., Suite 102, in Meridian. Lincoln Hagood, Mike Pena and Bryant Jones of Colliers International facilitated the transaction. Salt Sanctuary leased 1,440 square feet of retail space ...

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Yogurt company offers to pay school district’s lunch debt

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TWIN FALLS, Idaho (AP) — Yogurt company Chobani has offered to pay off $85,000 in student lunch debt at an Idaho school district. The Twin Falls School District announced Tuesday that the donation would cover the debt acquired by more ...

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Viva vino! Savor Idaho organizers consider expanded format (access required)

The wine and cider flowed freely and the weather cooperated at the 11th annual Savor Idaho Event, a June 9 gathering that drew more than 1,000 attendees to the Idaho Botanical Garden. Moya Dolsby, the Idaho Wine Commission’s executive director, ...

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UI breaks ground on ICCU Arena (access required)

MOSCOW – University of Idaho officials hosted a groundbreaking June 6 to commence construction on the Idaho Central Credit Union Arena. The future home of Vandals basketball is a $51 million facility that will hold 4,200 people, according to a ...

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Kuna considers resurrecting urban renewal district

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In an effort to improve its infrastructure to attract business, Kuna is looking at a number of mechanisms to raise funding, including resurrecting an urban renewal agency. Kuna set up the urban renewal agency in 2011 in response to bills ...

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Mid-sized farms are on the decline in Idaho and nationwide

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — Gary Marshall has a small alfalfa farm in Osgood. It’s surrounded by much larger farms. He bought the land 28 years ago — at the time it was 40 acres. Two years ago he bought ...

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Upscale senior living finds a home in Treasure Valley

EAGLE — The Wolff Co.’s new apartment community is the latest example of rental housing that caters to affluent seniors, especially those who may have burned out on the task of rustling up dinner every night. Units range between $2,850 to ...

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