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Boat rental website sees steady business during pandemic (access required)

People looking to rustle up some summer fun have an outdoor recreation option at their fingertips. GetMyBoat.com is a site that lets users browse boats available for rent around the world. And during the pandemic, while many people have had ...

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New Coeur d’Alene hotel, condo property to open in August (access required)

Editor’s note: This article was updated on July 8 to correct pricing. Nestled in a mountain valley of Northern Idaho, Coeur d’Alene has long drawn visitors near and far for year-round recreation opportunities. Starting in August, there will be another ...

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Cases of coronavirus in Idaho spike after businesses reopen

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — For a time in Idaho, it seemed like the worst of the coronavirus pandemic could be over. After an initial onslaught of confirmed cases in the spring, by June numbers had dropped to a point that state leaders ...

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San Diego-based real estate software firm expands to Boise (access required)

The Boise tech scene just got a little bigger. Constellation Real Estate Group, a division of San Diego-based Constellation Software Group, Inc., has leased 7,000 square feet of office space near the Boise Airport and plans to create a hub ...

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PetIQ breaks ground for its new headquarters in Eagle (access required)

PetIQ broke ground for their new headquarters in Eagle on July.

PetIQ, the growing pet wellness company, broke ground for a three-story headquarters in Eagle on July 1. The groundbreaking featured the traditional line of corporate and public dignitaries, including PetIQ CEO and co-founder Cord Christensen and Eagle Mayor Jason Pierce. ...

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Driggs airport adds a campground (access required)

View of the Grand Teton from the new Driggs airport campground.

Why would an airport invest in building a campground? So pilots can camp, of course. That may seem odd for those not familiar with the world of general aviation, but underwing camping at a rural or backcountry airstrip is not ...

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Creating a business on corn mazes and pumpkin patches (access required)

Running an agritourism business takes a special kind of person. “We really do better talking to the cows than to other people,” laughed Laura Johnson, bureau chief for marketing and development at the Idaho State Department of Agriculture. “There are ...

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Boise finalizes creation of Bernadine Quinn Riverside Park (access required)

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With COVID-19 giving all of us interaction-starved Idahoans a new appreciation for Boise’s parks, improvements to those parks are continuing apace despite the epidemic. “We didn’t slow down over here,” said Doug Holloway, director of parks and recreation for the ...

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IBM Watson Health: St. Luke’s ranks on top once again (access required)

The respected IBM Watson Health organization has just named St. Luke’s as one of the 15 Top Health Systems in the country — and this year, added Saint Alphonsus Health System to the list. No other city in the country has ...

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