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Costco gets thumbs up for new Idaho Falls store (access required)

Idaho Falls residents clamoring for a Costco store have finally gotten their wish. A 150,000-square-foot Costco and a 15-30 pump fueling station were approved by the city of Idaho Falls on April 25, according to a news release. The City ...

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BSU set to unveil its Center for the Visual Arts this fall (access required)

The flagship in a sea of red brick buildings, the new Center for the Visual Arts at Boise State University (BSU) is nearing completion. Construction began two years ago and the building is scheduled to be finished this spring and ...

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Foundation to sell former site of Aryan Nations compound

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SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The former site of a white supremacist compound in Idaho soon will be on the market. The North Idaho College Foundation plans to sell the undeveloped 0.03-square-mile (0.08-square-kilometer) property near Hayden Lake and put the proceeds ...

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St. Luke’s named a top health system (access required)

St. Luke’s Health System has been named among the top 15 in the country by an industry analyst. IBM Watson Health published its annual list April 22 based on information gathered from publicly available clinical, operational and patient satisfaction data. The milestone ...

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University of Idaho unveils plans for new agri-beef facility (access required)

The University of Idaho will build an $8 million meat science and innovation center on its Moscow campus to replace an existing, outdated building with a modern teaching, research and retail sales center. Agri-Beef Co. of Boise has committed $2 million ...

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A word with Tara Malek, owner at Smith + Malek, PLLC

Historically, a strong family life has been a liability in the demanding legal field, where billable hours are often the mark of success. Not at Smith + Malek. The Idaho firm prioritizes work-life balance with measures like flexible schedules, a ...

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Suburban apartments boom across Treasure Valley

A peculiar thing happened as newcomers fled to Boise’s suburbs seeking to escape urban cores filled with apartments: Those suburbs started getting apartments themselves. Last year, just one of every five new multifamily units in the Treasure Valley was built ...

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Washington credit union acquires assets of North Idaho Banner Bank branch (access required)

rending of stcu sandpoint branch

Banner Bank is closing its Sandpoint branch and transferring its accounts there to Spokane Teachers Credit Union (STCU), a Washington-based credit union with six branches in Idaho. “We have reached an agreement to sell the loans and deposits of our ...

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Report: In Boise, every dog (and human) can have its day (access required)

Boise lands on a lot of random best of lists these days on the economic indicators front. But when it comes to parks, especially those catering to pooches, the city really shows its dedication to its four-legged friends. The City ...

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