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Mental health resources expanding slowly in eastern Idaho

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — When Brett Nelson started at the Behavioral Health Center in 2002, he said the shortage of therapists in the state made it difficult for the center to ensure further treatment for patients after they left ...

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Developer releases controversial Spokane homeless video

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Spokane isn’t dying, but it needs curing. That’s the argument made in “Curing Spokane,” a 17-minute video released Thursday and produced by Spokane developer Larry Stone. The video comes five months after the controversial KOMO-TV special “Seattle is ...

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Idaho school district to investigate malware attack source

NAMPA, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho school district has distributed some unaffected computers to employees following a department-wide cyberattack. The Idaho Press reported Friday that a malware attack hit the Nampa School District Aug. 21 leading to a network shutdown and loss ...

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Four Reasons for entrepreneurs to consider SBA 7(a) Loans

Entrepreneurs keenly understand that access to capital is essential for growth. But for many business owners evaluating their funding options, it can be challenging to find the right fit — especially for small businesses and startups. For small business owners ...

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Quest Aircraft lands sales in Europe (access required)

SANDPOINT – While Quest Aircraft Company moves forward with plans to be acquired by a French conglomerate, sales efforts here and abroad definitely have not been grounded. The Kodiak, which is manufactured in Idaho, will officially join Daher Aircraft’s fleet ...

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Hospital acquires treatment device for spinal procedures (access required)

Post Falls – A robotic-guided surgical system promises to give people in Northern Idaho who suffer from chronic spinal pain a minimally invasive option for treatment. Northwest Specialty Hospital and Axis Spine said they have teamed on the purchase of ...

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Trader Joe’s shooting for fall opening in Meridian

For those shoppers excited about a new Trader Joe’s famously “dropping anchor” in Meridian — and there are many — good news is on the horizon. The wait for a new store opening may not take as long as expected, ...

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Veterans home OK’d for grant funding (access required)

POST FALLS – Construction of the state’s fourth veterans home is slated to begin next year, according to the Idaho Division of Veterans Services. In a news release, the agency said it will receive funding from Uncle Sam to build ...

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17 to be recognized as 2019 Leaders in Law

The votes are in, and an elite group of legal professionals has risen above the rest in areas of leadership, professional achievements, mentorship and community service. These men and women come from small private firms, large firms, private companies and ...

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