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Local sock company gets a kickstart (access required)

Tanner and Taylor Dame, Idaho brothers who are known for their wood sunglasses company, have reeled in $160,000 on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter to distribute sock alternatives called Sole Socks. The brothers have sold more than 20,000 pairs of socks, ...

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Boise Hawks make stadium, staffing upgrades (access required)

Baseball fans who go to a Boise Hawks game this summer will likely see more staff on hand, a new purple tent on the third base line patio, and a blimp providing shade for fans on the first base line. ...

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Macys.com to move website development into the US Bank Plaza tower (access required)

Macys.com has leased 7,569 square feet of office space in the US Bank Plaza tower in downtown Boise to relocate a website test automation team from Eagle, a commercial real estate agent said. Tommy Mouser, director of test automation at ...

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Broadway Bridge schedule takes Boise State football season into account (access required)

The Broadway Bridge will shut down in December for about nine months as the Idaho Transportation Department rebuilds the 1956 concrete structure to meet modern standards. More details will be available at a Broadway Bridge design workshop from 3:30 to ...

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For Idaho car buyers, pre-owned is the new new (access required)

While new car dealerships appear to have bounced back from the recession years in the nation at large, their Idaho counterparts are coming back a little more slowly. Economic Modeling Specialists International, or EMSI, studied jobs and job increases at ...

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A word with Stacey Carson of the Idaho Telehealth Council (access required)

Stacey Carson is chairwoman of the Idaho Telehealth Council, a group convened by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter last year to come up with standards for the growing business of remote medicine, or telehealth, in Idaho. In her day job, Carson ...

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Longtime state senator picked to lead Insurance Department (access required)

Dean Cameron, who has been elected to the Idaho Senate 13 times, will be the director of the Idaho Department of Insurance starting June 15. Cameron, who also runs an insurance company in Rupert, replaces Bill Deal, who retired at ...

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YMCA CEO interviews to start in July (access required)

The committee charged with finding a new CEO for the Treasure Valley Family YMCA expects to start interviewing candidates in July. They will do a second round of interviews in September and October, and have someone in place by November, ...

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Power Engineers participates in African trade trip (access required)

Power Engineers, a Hailey-based engineering company that has about 400 employees in Boise, is taking part in a trade mission to Africa in late May and early June. Engineer Chris Garvin, federal global department manager for the company, is traveling ...

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