NAMPA - Families in Canyon County now have a brand new option for their health care needs. On Monday, St. Luke’s Health System officially opened the doors of their new full-service hospital in Nampa. The $114 million, 200,000...
The 82-room Best Western Plus Peppertree Nampa Civic Center Inn opened April 19 after starting construction in March 2016.
A new mini-hospital is in the works for Nampa. Saint Alphonsus Health System will break ground Thursday on the new building, in the parking lot of the system’s existing hospital campus at 1512 12th Ave. Road.
By Ian Anderson, Oct. 25, 2016
The hotel going up by the Nampa Civic Center is slated to open by February, according to a spokeswoman with Peppertree Hospitality Group. The $5 million, 82-room Best Western Plus Peppertree Nampa Civic Center Inn
A new indoor, extreme recreation park is coming to Nampa.CircusTrix Idaho is an indoor trampoline park that will feature an aerial ninja obstacle course, foam pits, slackline, stunt falls, rock climbing,parkour, trampoline wall, trapeze, trampoline wall,
NAMPA — There’s a new craft brewery in town, and it could end up being the largest in Idaho.
San Diego, California-based Mother Earth Brew Co. will open its tasting room doors for business by Oct. 1, possibly as early as Sept. 24. It is now one of ...Read on...
It was 64 degrees as the sun rose over the ridge, casting shadow over the outlined letters RHS. At 8:35 a.m., with up-beat music rippling and the smell of mint drifting, approximately 1,100 students clustered in the 15 rows of Ridgevue High School’s
With big red scissors in their hands, executive director Jackie Collins and Idaho Arts Charter School trustees cut the bright red ribbon in front of the new school doors Monday afternoon.
Construction is continuing its boom in Idaho. Cranes are now nearly ubiquitous. Idaho Business Review recognizes and annually celebrates top construction projects across the state. This marks the 11th year and the 12th time for IBR‘s Top Projects
Mission Aviation Fellowship, a missionary organization that sends people and aircraft around the world, is adding housing, a community center, and an RV park expansion at its headquarters next to the Nampa airport.
Ontario, Ore.-based Nichols Accounting will solidify its Nampa presence by building a new 10,500-square-foot office just west of the Ford Idaho Center and likely relocate the company’s headquarters.
Nampa will be only the second Idaho city with two WinCo Foods stores when the Boise-based supermarket chain opens in spring 2017 at the Nampa Gateway Center.
Science, technology, engineering and mathematics jobs are overtaking the service jobs that have traditionally driven Idaho’s economy.
The College of Western Idaho will go to voters in November with a $180 million general obligation bond to build a Boise campus, expand the Nampa campus and increase program offerings.
The four cornerstones of the new downtown Nampa are a mix of new and historic. The city built the Hugh Nichols Public Safety Building in 2012 and added the Nampa Library Plaza with accompanying office space in 2015
Nampa High School graduate Brett Keller, class of 1986, began working for online booking service Priceline in 1999, serving as Chief Marketing Officer and later Chief Operating Officer.
Last month, he was promoted to Interim Chief Executive Officer.
"In addition to your solid offering, it also has a ton of resources to help aspiring Idaho entrepreneurs get their business off the ground. From funding resources to free startup guides - it’s all there." stated Ryan James, Founder of StartupSavant.com.
The owner of a Nampa-based startup was so inspired by the robots in the cartoon series “The Jetsons” and in the 2004 movie “I, Robot” that he moved his business to create what he calls a robot butler. Gabe Bentz graduated from Embry Riddle Aeronautical
Migration into Idaho is, in some ways, a study of contrasts. While Idaho ranks 16th in the nation for state-to-state migration of people over 25 years old, 99 percent of that migration is into the Boise metro area. In 2014, 3,104 adults moved from another