This roster appears in the December 21, 2016-January 17, 2017, edition of the Idaho Statesman's Business Insider magazine.
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Rembrandts, a coffee house in a former church at 93 S. Eagle Road in downtown Eagle, has reopened after a remodeling.
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R. Scott Thomas, D.O., has opened Mountain Pine Dermatology PLLC at 1576 W. Deer Crest St., Suite 100, in Meridian.
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Kindred Nursing and Rehabilitation Center — Mountain Valley in Kellogg, is one of four recipients of the 2016 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award. Mountain Valley is the first nursing center to receive a Baldrige Award.
The Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award is presented annually by the president of the United States for quality achievement and performance excellence.
“For a small facility in Idaho to earn our nation’s most prestigious award for quality is an amazing feat,” says Marybeth Butler, the center’s executive director.
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West Valley Medical Center in Caldwell has opened a $2 million MRI suite that allows patients to use an iPad to customize their environment with video, lighting and sound.
The hospital renovated 700 square feet of existing space and added 1,200 square feet. Meridian’s Engineered Structures Inc. was the contractor.
Dee Pickett, a former world champion all-around cowboy, has opened a new office and manufacturing center for his Western Specialty Structures LLC at 8314 Highway 44 in Middleton. The company sells and installs tension-fabric structures.
Simply Cats Adoption Center, Boise’s cageless, no-kill feline adoption center, was chosen to have its story shared through the Jackson Galaxy Foundation’s Monthly Mojo Program in December. Jackson Galaxy, known as the Cat Daddy, is the host of Animal Planet’s “My Cat from Hell.”
CBH Homes received a bronze honor in the building industry’s 2017 National Housing Quality Awards and was featured in the October edition of Professional Builder Magazine.
Boise Diamond Ring has opened a new store at 3123 S. Bown Way in East Boise’s Bown Crossing. The owners are Carl Stapp and Tami McIntyre. This is their second location. The first is in Star.
Closetbox has expanded into Boise. The company offers secure warehouse storage with a free pickup and on-demand delivery to the greater Boise area including Fruitland, Eagle, Caldwell, and Nampa. The warehouse is at 3340 S. Denver Way.
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