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Post Falls hospital introduces surgery with 3D robotic microscopy (access required)

A Modus-V digital microscope in an operating room.

Northwest Specialty Hospital in Post Falls recently acquired a new 3D robotic microscopy tool for surgery and it has already saved one man’s arm and spine. Paul Huling, 53, a former police officer who works for the Shoshone County public ...

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Senate OKs bill targeting predatory medical debt collectors

Legislation in Idaho to create transparency in medical bills sent to people and to rein in predatory medical debt collectors headed to the governor’s desk on Monday. The Senate voted 32-1 to approve the measure backers call consumer protection legislation. ...

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Whitetail expands into Idaho (access required)

photo of a Whitetail Properties for sale sign on a rural property

A top realty firm using a remote-only business model is moving into Idaho. Whitewater Properties, a leading recreational land firm, announced on March 2 their expansion into Idaho and neighboring markets. Whitetail boasts sales of over $1.3 billion annually across ...

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Roundup 3.10.20

Edward Jones leased 1,354 square feet of space at 4702 N Penngrove Way Suite 100 in Meridian. Jordan Moorhouse of Amherst Madison represented the landlord. Jason Knorpp of KW Commercial represented the tenant. Paddles Up Ventures, LLC leased 1,761 square feet of retail space ...

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Xerox continues pursuit of HP acquisition (access required)

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The “rough wooing” of Xerox and HP continues, with Xerox raising its tender offer to $24 per share and providing a slate of directors for HP shareholders to elect who would be more amenable to the merger. For its part, ...

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Idaho faces another lawsuit over lethal injection secrecy

In May 2012, before he was appointed director of the Idaho Department of Correction, Josh Tewalt bought “lethal injection drugs” with a suitcase full of cash in a Walmart parking lot, new court documents allege. The drugs were later used ...

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Idaho Senate committee advances affirmative action ban

A Senate panel on Monday approved a measure banning affirmative action for state agencies, state contracting and public education. The Senate State Affairs Committee sent the bill to the full Senate for amending out of concern the state could lose ...

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Idaho Controller: Scammers stole roughly $500,000 from state

The FBI is investigating after scammers stole roughly half a million dollars of Idaho state payments that were intended to go to state contractors. Idaho State Controller Brandon Woolf’s office revealed the theft in a prepared statement released late Friday ...

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