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Opportunity Zones boost home prices, study shows (access required)

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Housing prices in Opportunity Zones are generally trending up, according to a new study of the program, which aims to help disadvantaged areas. About half the zones with at least five sales saw median home prices rise more than the national increase ...

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Governor accepts broadband report, but plans on hold until January (access required)

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Gov. Brad Little has accepted recommendations from the broadband internet task force he created, but how many of them will be implemented will depend on how the budget shakes out. “Governor Little is currently reviewing the recommendations and will determine ...

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Idaho Humane Society opens new facility (access required)

After years of fundraising and development, the Idaho Humane Society has opened its new location on South Bird Street in Boise. Located near Boise’s retail hub, the 42,000-square-foot IHS includes a veterinary hospital, adoption center and public education center. The ...

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Them’s fightin’ words: Xerox, HP spar over acquisition (access required)

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After HP rejected its acquisition offer, Xerox is playing hardball with a hostile takeover or proxy war. John Visentin, Xerox vice chairman and CEO, does not mince words in a letter to Enrique Lores, who became HP president and CEO on Nov. 1, and ...

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BVA celebrates new urgent care clinic (access required)

On Wednesday, Ball Ventures Ahlquist and Saltzer Health hosted a groundbreaking celebration for the first of four new urgent care clinics at Victory Commons in South Meridian. True Care, an Idaho-based company co-owned by Saltzer Health, is developing technology that ...

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