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A word with Cathy Silak, dean of Concordia University Law School (access required)

Cathy Silak is dean of the Concordia University School of Law, which opened in Boise in 2012. Silak has an extensive background in law. She was the first woman in Idaho to be appointed an appellate judge, in 1990. She ...

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Idaho projects recognized with Institute of Architects awards (access required)

Ten recently built Idaho projects were recognized Sept. 19 by the Idaho Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Projects were selected by a jury in seven categories: Sustainability; Best Use of Idaho Wood (Commercial, Residential, Other); Residential; Commercial; Public; ...

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iVinci raises $5 million for hospital billing, with support from St. Luke’s (access required)

iVinci Health has raised $5 million from four hospital systems, including St. Luke’s Health System, for its new hospital billing and payment system. The system is now being used at St. Luke’s after years of development. St. Luke’s Chief Financial ...

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Boise Hawks could get new roost (access required)

The new owners of the Boise Hawks would like to see the team playing in a new baseball stadium by the start of the 2017 baseball season. The Georgia-based ownership group, announced Sept. 22, has experience building publicly-financed minor league ...

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A word with Aileen Hale and Kelli Soll, founders of Global Service Partnerships (access required)

Aileen Hale and Kelli Soll are the founders of Global Service Partnerships, a one-year-old Boise company that operates service learning trips in Belize for travelers of all ages. Hale, an educator with a doctorate in international education, has a background ...

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FDA tweaks food safety rules due next year

The government will rewrite sweeping new food safety rules after farmers complained that earlier proposals could hurt business, the Food and Drug Administration said Friday. The FDA’s new proposals would allow farmers to meet water quality standards more easily and ...

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Volatile apartment sector reduces US home building

U.S. home construction plunged in August, led by steep decline in the volatile apartment category. But single-family house construction, a larger and more stable portion of the market, fell only modestly. Construction fell 14.4 percent in August to a seasonally ...

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