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ICOM names interim dean to replace outgoing dean (access required)

Dr. Kevin Wilson has been appointed interim dean of Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine in Meridian following the resignation of founding Dean Dr. Robert Hasty last week. Hasty announced May 3 that he will leave Idaho’s first medical school after ...

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U.S. Bank closing more branches, but not in Idaho (access required)

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While U.S. Bank CEO Andy Cecere has said that he expects the bank to close 10% to 15% of its branches, or about 450 branches nationwide, it’s unlikely that any of them will be in Idaho. “There are no more ...

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Idaho company’s Cuba tours popular despite Trump ‘crackdown’

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The 2020 U.S. presidential elections seem impossibly remote as nine Americans weave their kayaks through a thick red mangrove forest on Cuba’s southern coast. They navigate the tight pathways made by these saline-loving trees, admiring long-legged ...

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‘Internet of Things’ introduces possibilities, perils, attorney warns (access required)

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The Internet of Things (IoT) — the trend toward embedding computer-enabled sensors into other products — offers a massive potential for data and analysis, but it introduces massive vulnerabilities as well that businesses must prepare for. “Putting a computer into everything turns ...

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Allred, Otter join to promote civil discourse program

Former political rivals Keith Allred and C.L. “Butch” Otter will join forces on Friday to discuss a new program aimed at finding positive common ground across partisan lines. Allred is the executive director of the National Institute for Civil Discourse ...

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Zillow launches AI-powered 3D home tours app

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Zillow has launched a new app that captures 360-degree panoramic photos of a home and creates a 3D tour. Zillow 3D Home is available for free for iOS devices. “Making 3D home tours available for sellers and agents to capture and ...

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Planning board nixes apartment rezone request (access required)

The Boise Planning and Zoning Commission rejected a developer’s request to tear down a 1937 Art Deco-style apartment building west of downtown and replace it with condominiums and offices. The project, planned for 1620 W. Bannock St., involved rezoning the ...

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