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College of Idaho’s athletic complex nearly complete (access required)

Just under a year after construction started, the College of Idaho’s athletic complex is nearly complete. Final landscaping and interior finishes are underway on the Caldwell campus with work scheduled to wrap up in early July.  The 22,300-square-foot building will ...

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Med tech companies are looking to build a cluster in Idaho (access required)

Idaho’s medical technology companies are showing signs of growth. But they face obstacles in raising and earning money, med tech entrepreneurs said at an event devoted to their industry at Boise State University. “The idea is, in creating a med ...

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World Cup soccer injects new life into Boise bars

Even casual sports fans have perked up for this year’s World Cup soccer matches. Interest in the international contest, and in the U.S. National Soccer Team, has created a windfall for Boise-area bars, where spectators are streaming in for the ...

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New IRS rule poses trap for lawyers and their clients (access required)

Taxes remain one of the certainties in life but a new interpretation by the Internal Revenue Service could have clients – and lawyers – paying even more if they aren’t careful. For years, taxpayers have had the luxury of conducting ...

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Boise Urban Garden School will move to new Boise park (access required)

Boise’s newest park will also be home to the Boise Urban Garden School. Construction of Comba Park at 2995 N. Five Mile Drive started on 3.2 acres of donated land last fall. Construction of a splash pad, playground, shelter, pathways ...

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Nampa Library Square office component scaled back, project moving forward (access required)

The Gardner Company has reduced its plans for the retail and office component of Nampa’s Library Square. The company originally planned a 30,000-square-foot, three-story building with office and retail space in the downtown development, which includes a new plaza, library ...

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Real estate law is becoming increasingly complex (access required)

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Over the last decade, the commercial real estate world has changed dramatically for attorneys, who need to stay on top of new laws and market trends in environmental, land use and financing matters – all while on the grid 24/7. ...

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D.L. Evans buying Idaho Banking Co. for $10 million (access required)

D.L. Evans Bank will acquire Idaho Banking Co. in bankruptcy proceedings, with a sale price close to quadruple an original offer made by Banner Bank. The $10 million acquisition makes D.L. Evans Bank the seventh-largest bank in the Treasure Valley ...

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Judge: ‘A lot to think about’ in ag filming case (access required)

Idaho’s law punishing those who secretly film agricultural operations doesn’t limit free speech because the First Amendment right does not exempt trespassing on private property, state attorneys argued. They made the argument in front of U.S. District Judge Lynn Winmill ...

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Supreme Court leaves most greenhouse gas regs in place (access required)

States and business groups challenging controversial Environmental Protection Agency regulations aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions won a battle, but largely lost the war, after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling left the agency’s regulatory scheme largely intact. “The court’s holding ...

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