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Roundup 7.13.18 (access required)

VACCOR LLC purchased 4.16 acres at 1183-1277 E. Exchange St. in Boise. Michael Bergmann of Lee & Associates Idaho, LLC represented the buyer. Matt Nauman of Cushman & Wakefield Pacific represented the seller. Red Mountain Capital LLC purchased a 2,750-square-foot ...

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Over 80K artifacts, specimens donated to Idaho Falls museum

Private land owners have donated 80,000 artifacts and specimens that were found inside caves on their land to an Idaho Falls museum. A statement by the Museum of Idaho says the artifacts and specimens were found inside three caves in ...

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Businessmen imprisoned 4 years after fraud convictions

Four men convicted in 2014 of fraud stemming from the collapse of an Idaho property management company were finally sent to prison. Douglas Swenson, the founder and CEO of bankrupt Meridian-based Diversified Business Services and Investments, or DBSI, was taken ...

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Energy storage company thrives on disaster prep

Many customers are living off the grid in tiny homes thanks to James Brainard’s innovation – an 1,100-watt, rechargeable lithium battery that’s lightweight and can store power generated from portable solar panels. Brainard, co-founder of the Pocatello-based startup technology company ...

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First Staybridge Suites in Idaho starts construction in Coeur d’Alene (access required)

Structural work started in mid-June on a 96-room Staybridge Suites in Coeur d’Alene. The $18 million, five-story extended-stay hotel will be part of a complex with the Regal Cinemas Riverstone 14-screen movie theater, condominiums, shopping and restaurants in the five-year-old ...

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Trade pain: Small companies hit by import, export tariffs

Time and effort have gone down the drain for Steve Gould, who is scrambling to find new customers for his gin, whiskey and other spirits since the United States has taken a tough stance on trade issues. Before the European ...

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Construction costs keep going up as tariffs take hold (access required)

With new tariffs imposed on imported steel and aluminum, the cost of construction materials rose again in June. The cost of inputs to the construction industry increased by 9.6 percent on average from June 2017 to June 2018, according to ...

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Eastern Idaho high school finds lead in water

An eastern Idaho high school is supplying bottled water to summer school students after tests found lead in the water at a number of sources. Officials tell the Post Register that tests last week found a lead level of 35 ...

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