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Leads for the Week of 3.13 (access required)

Business Leads Federal Tax Liens & Releases   Construction Leads Boise Caldwell Coeur d’Alene Eagle Kuna Meridian Nampa   Court Records – All missing records will be updated as soon as courthouses open up. Ada County Civil Divorces Marriages Judgments ...

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Roundup 3.17.20

Veritas Funding, LLC leased 1,982 square feet of space at 9149 W. Blackeagle Dr. in Boise. The Sundance Company facilitated the transaction. Jelli, Inc. renewed its 6,019 square feet of office space at the Drake Cooper building in Boise’s Bodo ...

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Different doctors make different calls on coronavirus tests

Idaho health officials say people who think they need to be tested for coronavirus should talk to their doctors. But whether someone meets the criteria for the test could depend on which doctor they visit, with some health care centers ...

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Idaho bill bans transgender women, girls from competition

An Idaho bill banning transgender women from competing in women’s sports despite warnings that such a law is unconstitutional headed back to the House on Monday after being amended in the Senate. The Senate voted 24-11 to approve the measure ...

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Virus fears fuel spike in sales of guns and ammunition

The world’s largest gun store, in metro Atlanta, has had lines that are six and eight people deep. A gun store in Los Angeles had lines that stretched down the block. And at least one store in Idaho put limits ...

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FAA is probing how a 12-inch crack occurred in Southwest jet

DALLAS (AP) — Federal officials said Friday they are investigating after a crack ruptured the skin on a Boeing 737 jet operated by Southwest Airlines, causing the plane to gradually lose cabin pressure. The incident occurred Monday on a flight ...

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Boise-based indieDwell announces new executive positions (access required)

Affordable housing innovator indieDwell Holdings Inc. has a new CEO. The company announced on March 10 that Christina Ortiz-Bluth will take over as CEO from co-founder Scott Flynn who will transition to a new role, Chief Impact Officer. Prior to ...

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A word with Alan Reed of Reed’s Dairy (access required)

Milk consumption has dropped throughout the country and many family dairy farms have gone out of business. Yet Reed’s Dairy is expanding. Reed’s Dairy is a family-owned business located on U.S. Highway 20 next to the Idaho Falls airport. The company ...

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Fund teaches entrepreneurs about funding strategies (access required)

photo of sage growth panel

A Boise investment fund is telling startups how to fail, in hopes that they will succeed. Sage Growth Capital, a revenue-based fund paid back from revenues of the companies it invests in, held a seminar, Funding Fails, at Trailhead on ...

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Meridian opens $5.4 million fire station (access required)

Meridian Fire Station No. 6.

Meridian has a new fire station to serve the southern portion of the city. The City of Meridian held a ceremonial uncoupling of a fire hose on March 12 to mark the grand opening of their new fire station No. ...

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