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The St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation announced this week that it has completed its annual employee giving campaign—called Stronger Together—with 93% of St. Luke’s Wood River employees and 69% of physicians contributing.

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A correlation between agricultural pesticides and cancer in Western states has been found by University of Idaho and Northern Arizona University researchers. Two studies were conducted, one that examined correlating data in 11 Western states and one that took a closer look at data in Idaho s…

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A group of some 50 people brought a new twist to the Hailey Days of the Old West Parade to celebrate Independence Day on Monday, marching with signs to advocate for reproductive rights and against the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision last month to overturn Roe v. Wade.

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The St. Luke’s Health System, St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation and ARCH Community Housing Trust took another step Friday toward completing a 12-unit workforce-housing initiative announced in partnership last fall.

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The Idaho Supreme Court has vacated its original plans for a hearing on a Texas-style abortion law and will use the same date to hear specific arguments related to how that lawsuit and another challenge to the state’s trigger law banning nearly all abortions should proceed, according to two …

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Idaho is one of 26 states poised to rapidly prohibit abortion in the event that the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, which for nearly 50 years has guaranteed women the right to terminate pregnancies within certain restrictions.

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The St. Luke’s Wood River Foundation board of directors and the Harvey Gray family have awarded the 2022 Carl A. Gray Memorial Award for nursing excellence to Emergency Department nurse Lauren Hoover.

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The St. Luke’s Health System has promoted nurse Amber Weber to the role of senior manager of St. Luke’s Wood River Family Medicine, Family Practice Associates and Wood River Neurology, which operate out of the St. Luke’s Clinic in Hailey.

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Silvercreek Assisted Living will cease nursing care on April 1 and transition to an independent-living facility. The owners cited staffing challenges as the primary reason for shuttering one of the Wood River Valley’s two nursing-care facilities.