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U.S. News & World Report: Inn at 500 No. 1 in Idaho (access required)

Photo of the Inn at 500 Capital.

The Inn at 500 Capitol just received the No. 1 spot as the best hotel in Idaho from U.S. News & World Report, an international authority for industry and cultural rankings. The almost century-old periodical issued their 10th annual best ...

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Kuna P&Z approves 761-acre subdivision (access required)

The Kuna Planning and Zoning Commission, from left to right: John Laraway, Cathy Gealy, Lee Young, and Dana Hennis.

KUNA – The City of Kuna Planning and Zoning Commission approved the annexation, planned unit development, preliminary plat, development agreement and design review for the 761-acre master-planned Spring Rock subdivision at their Jan. 28 meeting – but that approval came only ...

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Blue Cross using AI to improve value-based care (access required)

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MERIDIAN – As part of its value-based care initiative, Blue Cross of Idaho is using artificial intelligence to notify primary care providers when patients are at risk of developing serious health issues. The project has been under development for almost a ...

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Chris Roth is the new CEO of St. Luke’s Health System (access required)

Chris Roth officially became the new president and CEO of St. Luke’s Health System on Feb. 1, replacing Dr. David Pate, who retired after a 10-year tenure. “St. Luke’s is such a valued community asset,” Roth said. “I appreciate the ...

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Billionaire touts bill to limit medical debt attorney fees

Idaho Billionaire Frank VanderSloot is lobbying legislators to back legislation requiring doctors and medical facilities to make their patient bills timely and clear — and limit how much attorneys can get paid for helping collect medical debt under certain circumstances. ...

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Caldwell breaks ground on new fire station (access required)

photo of the groundbreaking ceremony for Caldwell Fire Station No. 3.

CALDWELL — Businesses and residents north of the interstate here will soon have their own fire station. The City of Caldwell broke ground on Jan. 28 for its third fire station. The groundbreaking drew a crowd of just over 70 despite ...

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