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Summit: St. Luke’s speakers brainstorm health solutions

The annual St. Luke’s Health System Summit celebrated the belief that everyone in Idaho should be able to live the healthiest life possible in the healthiest communities. The was the emphasis of the opening remarks from Dr. David Pate, system ...

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Gene Harris Bandshell restoration should be finished by summer’s end (access required)

The historic Gene Harris Bandshell, a mainstay in Julia Davis Park since the 1930s, is going to get an $800,000-plus refurbishment. The structure’s roof and walls sustained major damage in an arson-caused fire in April 2018. Since then, the Boise ...

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Breakfast Series report: Closing the generational gap – cohesive office culture from baby boomers to Gen Z

With five generations working side by side in many offices, successful companies must find ways to create effective, cohesive teams regardless of age or background. Roughly 10,000 Americans turn 65 every day in the United States, meaning the baby boomer ...

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Round Up 4.19.19 (access required)

Mindful Lash and Beauty leased 256 square feet of retail space at 1st Marketplace, Suite 309, in Nampa. Bryant Jones, Lincoln Hagood and Mike Pena of Colliers International facilitated the transaction. Idaho Base LLC purchased 4,560 square feet of retail space at ...

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Most of Idaho is growing, census says (access required)

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There’s finally a list where the Treasure Valley didn’t rank first, but even No. 8 is pretty good. That’s the ranking the area reached in percentage metropolitan growth from 2017 to 2018, according to the latest statistics from the U.S. ...

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Health care providers debut new clinics for primary, urgent care (access required)

After a warm reception for its recently opened pediatric/urgent care clinic concept on Eagle Road, Primary Health Medical Group is ramping up for even more locations in the Treasure Valley. Other players are also looking to stake their claims for ...

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New program helps ex-offenders return to work (access required)

A new reentry program in Boise aims to help ex-offenders overcome the stigma of a criminal record and land gainful employment. St. Vincent de Paul of Southwest Idaho recently launched a reentry service center to help those who are returning ...

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How did business fare in the 2019 Idaho Legislature? (access required)

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With both a bang – of a gavel – and with a whimper, both houses of the Idaho Legislature adjourned sine die at 4:20 p.m. on April 11, completing some business priorities but leaving others undone. “This was a difficult ...

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