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Micron leaving NYSE for NASDAQ (access required)

Micron Technology will be leaving the New York Stock Exchange and transferring its stock to the NASDAQ Global Select Market, the company announced on Dec. 18. According to a news release, the Boise-based memory chip maker is undertaking the move ...

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Garden Valley finds site for new library (15746) (access required)

Following a couple of setbacks over the last few years, the Garden Valley District Library Board is now set to begin construction this spring on a one-acre library site overlooking the city of Crouch. Plans for the library’s location have ...

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Eagle’s Legacy development headed for auction Dec. 21 (access required)

Over 200 lots in the Eagle development noted for its ties to sports stars Mia Hamm, Jack Nicklaus and others are scheduled for auction Dec. 21. Legacy started building homes in 2008 with plans to develop the first 240 lots ...

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Commercial construction outlook uncertain for 2010 (access required)

The end-of-year totals for construction employment aren’t in yet, but not many would say 2009 was a good year for the construction industry. The number of people employed in the Idaho construction industry was 33,300 in October 2009, the most ...

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Construction industry pushes for federal highway funding (access required)

The legislation providing federal funding for highways and transit expired in September, and Congress has not yet passed a new bill. Since then, funding has been provided to states on a month-to-month basis. Construction and transportation industry groups are advocating ...

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Boise makes list of top business-oriented cities (access required)

Boise was ranked ahead of Denver, Salt Lake City and Dallas-Ft. Worth as one of the top 10 best cities for business based on results, or by looking at how many companies actually are located in a particular metro region. ...

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Emmett-based TJT reports $1.7M net loss (access required)

Manufactured home supplier TJT Inc. of Emmett reports a net loss of $1.7 million for the fiscal year 2009. TJT President and CEO Terrence Sheldon said the company has taken actions to reduce the losses, but the recession has taken ...

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Boise Centre, Auditorium District report lower totals (access required)

The Greater Boise Auditorium District took in $3,468,625 in lodging room-tax revenue in the fiscal year ended Nov. 30 compared to $4,154,817 a year earlier, district representative Pat Rice said. The revenue comes from a 5 percent tax on lodging ...

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House lawmakers say it’s time for Idaho to cut income taxes (access required)

Three House Republican lawmakers want to cut Idaho’s corporate and individual income tax rates by as much as 37 percent over 10 years, and they say now is the time to do it to spur the state’s economy. House Majority ...

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