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Boise to add two new parks

The site for Boise's half-block-wide Westside Urban Park will be between the sidewalk on Bannock Street in the foreground and office building under construction in the background.

What used to be a parking lot is about to become a new city park in the heart of downtown Boise. The Boise Parks & Recreation Department will add the downtown park plus another just west of Surprise Valley. Construction ...

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Idaho rural hospital risk assessment (access required)

A leading rural health care analytics firm issued a risk assessment for the nation’s rural hospitals, and Idaho received an encouraging evaluation. The Chartis Center for Rural Health presented a rural hospital vulnerability study at the National Rural Health Association’s Rural ...

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Concordia School of Law finds new home (access required)

Concordian University Law School Interim Dean v

After a week of doubt over the future of the Concordia University Law School in downtown Boise, the school has found a new home with Concordia University in St. Paul, Minnesota. The school’s previous parent university, Concordia University – Portland, unexpectedly announced ...

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INL to host 2021 nuclear summit in Sun Valley (access required)

The "Choose Idaho" branded announcement for the 2021 Advanced Reator Summit from the INL Facebook page

The Idaho National Laboratory will host the United States Nuclear Industry Council’s 2021 Advanced Reactor Summit in Sun Valley. On the evening of Feb. 11, representatives from INL took the stage at the 2020 Advanced Reactor Summit in Knoxville, Tennessee, and made ...

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A word with Matthew Mazzotta, Westside Urban Park artist (access required)

Matthew Mazzotta has built a national reputation with quirky urban art pieces. Now he’s been selected to create a piece for the new Westside Urban Park in downtown Boise, which will begin construction this summer. Often described as a social practice ...

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How many multifamily housing units should a city have? (access required)

How many multifamily housing units should a region have? A number of Idaho cities are wrestling with that question. “There aren’t really data on how many multifamily units a city ‘should’ have,” said Amy Luft, communication coordinator for the Meridian-based Community Planning ...

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Business Leads 2.28 (access required)

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Court Records 2.28 (access required)

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