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ISU pharmacology program targets psychologists (access required)

Idaho State University will launch a Master of Science degree program in clinical psychopharmacology this fall that will eventually allow psychologists to prescribe drugs to their patients in the course of their practice. The program will target post-doctoral students with ...

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Washington measles outbreak prompts warning to Idaho doctors

Health officials in southwestern Idaho are warning medical care providers to be on the lookout for symptoms of measles because of an outbreak in western Washington that has sickened at least 26 people. Officials with Southwest District Health in Caldwell, ...

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Realtor.com: Boise a hot housing market in 2019 (access required)

The City of Trees just added another distinction to its growing résumé. Idaho’s capital city is among the top 10 “surprising housing markets poised to rule in 2019,” according to realtor.com. The roster was created after the real estate listings website ...

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Idaho fisheries forecast poor for chinook salmon season

LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) — An early forecast by fisheries managers in Idaho indicates a poor outlook for the upcoming chinook salmon season. A group of federal, state and tribal fisheries managers predicts just over 48,000 spring chinook will return to ...

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Shopko gives up retail footprint in Treasure Valley (access required)

Barely a month into the new year, a major retailer already is calling it quits in the Treasure Valley. The parent company of the discount department store chain Shopko announced Jan. 16 that it has filed for bankruptcy and will close ...

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Bank of Idaho expands to Boise (access required)

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Living up its name, the Bank of Idaho is having a “soft opening” of its first branch in downtown Boise, with its grand opening slated for March, after its remodel is finished. “We have temporary furniture,” said Jeff Newgard, president ...

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Law firms are turning their eyes toward attorneys’ well-being

The legal community’s efforts to help ensure that attorneys stay well, both mentally and physically, has become a movement during the past few years. While there has long been help for attorneys suffering from or at risk for substance abuse, ...

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Avista, Hydro One abandon plans for sale

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — The Spokane, Washington-based Avista Corp. and Hydro One Ltd. have abandoned plans for the Canadian utility to buy Avista. The Spokesman-Review reports the two companies announced the termination of the proposed $5.3 billion deal Wednesday afternoon. ...

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