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Boise Colliers expands to Pocatello (access required)

Boise-based Colliers International Idaho opened a Pocatello office in early May that is staffed by former Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors agents in Pocatello. Toronto-based Colliers International Group on April 3 acquired Salt Lake City-based Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors. Don Zebe, ...

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Idaho tribe joins lawsuit against big opioid manufacturers

An Idaho tribe has joined a lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and distributors. The Lewiston Tribune reports the Nez Perce Tribe said in a release that a lawsuit was filed May 18 in Idaho’s U.S. District Court that targets opioid distributor ...

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Spring chinook numbers on Snake, Columbia rivers improving (access required)

Spring chinook counts in the Snake and Columbia rivers are improving after a late start to this year’s run, but fishery managers in Idaho, Oregon and Washington are still unsure how strong the final run will be. Flows on the ...

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Divided Supreme Court rules for businesses over workers

The Supreme Court says employers can prohibit their workers from banding together to dispute their pay and conditions in the workplace, an important victory for business interests. The justices ruled 5-4 May 21, with the court’s conservative members in the ...

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A word with Karen Appelgren, director of Zions Bank’s Business Resource Center (access required)

Karen Appelgren is the director of Zions Bank’s Business Resource Center in Boise, which provides classes, one-on-one business counseling and guest speakers to existing and prospective small business owners. Appelgren is a former teacher who helped start the Women’s Business ...

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Idaho dome manufacturer building structures across the world

In 1967, Barry South and his brothers David and Randy came up with an idea for a business that changed the shape of potato cellars for some eastern Idaho growers — they wanted to construct domes. The inspiration for the ...

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Nampa will lose its Kmart (access required)

By August, Idaho will be down to two Kmart stores in Twin Falls and Lewiston. The liquidation sale started May 17 for the Kmart in Nampa, a fixture on Caldwell Boulevard since 1974. The leased store is expected to close ...

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