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Governor Brad Little: Two more weeks of COVID-19 Stage 4 (access required)

Gov. Brad Little at his Sept. 3 press conference.

Governor Brad Little announced for the sixth time that Idaho is not yet ready to advance out of Stage 4 of the Idaho Rebounds program at a Sept. 3 press conference. During Stage 4 for recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, Idaho’s ...

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Altercation at statehouse disrupts legislative special session (access required)

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The afternoon meeting of the House Judiciary, Rules, and Administration Committee on Aug. 25 was a bit more heated than Idaho’s legislators bargained for. Before the meeting began, two individuals sat down at the press table, claiming to be members ...

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Governor issues order for Legislature special session (access required)

Gov. Brad Little issued a proclamation on Aug. 19 calling the Idaho Legislature into a special legislative session starting on Aug. 24. Little’s proclamation named two issues for the Legislature to consider: liability and tort reform specifically targeted at the ...

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Albertsons’ first post-IPO quarterly earnings show strength (access required)

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Albertsons, the “2020 Retailer of the Year,” issued its first fiscal quarter earnings report on July 27, the grocer’s first earnings statement since becoming a publicly-traded company on the New York Stock Exchange. The results show the company holding strong in ...

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A word with Char McArthur on innovation at Idaho Transportation Department (access required)

Over the last several years, the Idaho Transportation Department has been on a trajectory of behaving more like a business and less like a government bureaucracy. Part of its business strategy is the Innovation ITD initiative, which started in 2014. ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud: Global Ties Idaho and interview with Maya Duratovic

In this episode, we interview Maya Duratovic of Global Ties Idaho and Boise State University about the Mandela Washington Fellows program that brings international leaders and businesspeople to Boise to learn and share information and perspectives on issues our communities ...

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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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Construction begins on $45 million office building in Downtown Boise

The Boise skyline will be changing as construction gets underway for what will be the newest office building downtown in years. The developer, Rafanelli & Nahas, hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking Aug. 5 for the 11th & Idaho Building, a 10-story, ...

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