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Out West Podcasts- The Western Governors’ Reimagining the Rural West Initiative

Each episode highlights different aspects of the Initiative, examining challenges and opportunities in rural economic development, infrastructure and quality of life in the West.

Analysis: Higher Ed Must Do More to Help Rural College Graduates Return

What if American higher education found ways to support students from rural America who want to return home after graduation?

Texting while driving? Hemp? Property tax relief? What the 2020 Legislature did, or didn’t do

The session ended March 20 amid a global coronavirus pandemic with lawmakers taking no major action on property tax reform or legalizing hemp and, instead, engaging in a tumultuous battle over transgender rights and other socially divisive legislation.

Millennials Find New Hope in the Heartland

If Millennials do not find the Heartland more attractive, even the most well-conceived and articulated economic development strategies will be rendered mute.

Healthcare Communication Platform, Pulsara, Announces Release of FREE COVID-19 Management Package

Pulsara’s COVID-19 package enables networked communication (including HIPAA-compliant live video and messaging) across organizations at no charge.

Dorsey – SEC Proposes to Expand Potential Investor Pool for Private Placements

Rule 506 allows issuers to sell securities to an unlimited number of “accredited investors” and up to 35 non-accredited investors.

Idaho’s biggest company, Albertson’s takes first step toward offering stock for public sale

Albertsons today operates 2,260 stores under a number of banners, including Safeway, Vons, Jewel-Osco and Haggen.

Boise-based Silverdraft Supercomputing helps Madonna and Disney with new technologies: ‘We’re kind of the Idaho secret’

Silverdraft Supercomputing is a virtualization technology company that uses virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence and machine learning to help major companies like, Nissan and Toyota, visualize their products.

As visits increase, Idaho Parks and Recreation backs off marketing efforts

Though the outdoor recreation industry is a boon to the state’s economy, some land managers worry the increased traffic could put a strain on resources and the environment.

Idaho Controller: Scammers stole roughly $500,000 from state

“They didn’t hack the computer system itself, they just used communication through email that was falsified, and were able to manipulate the situation.”