Quantcast
Home (page 32)

Author Archives: admin

Conference set to connect small biz with government, corporate buyers (access required)

Small business owners interested in working with government and corporate buyers are invited to attend the 21st annual Idaho Business Opportunity Conference, scheduled for Nov. 4 at the Nampa Civic Center from 7:30 a.m. till 3 p.m. Sponsored in large ...

Read More »

Meridian development waits on backburner (access required)

Developers of Oakcreek in Meridian have another year to take the next step in developing the community that could eventually have up to 1,300 homes, and they’re sitting tight for now. Thomas Coleman, president of Meridian-based Coleman Homes, is the ...

Read More »

People (access required)

PromotionsStoneman, Reukauf move up at Bank of Cascades Bank of the Cascades has named Elizabeth Stoneman as vice president, branch manager of the El Dorado branch located at 3135 E. Overland Road in Meridian. Joan Reukauf has been named assistant ...

Read More »

UI prepares to close extension ag field operations if funding not found (access required)

The University of Idaho is preparing to shut down, if funding is not found, field operations at three agricultural research and extension centers. The University of Idaho and its College of Agricultural and Life Sciences said in a statement that ...

Read More »

Bids (access required)

Sewer main line replacement, third phase, Boise. Bids 10:30 a.m. Mountain Nov. 4 to City of Boise. Washington Street North upgrades, Twin Falls. Bids 2 p.m. Mountain Nov. 10 to Idaho Transportation Department. Widen 0.29 mile of roadway to five ...

Read More »

The aroma from this kitchen is that of job skills as well as good food (access required)

Kitchens bring us together. Kitchens nourish us. Kitchens let us shed the weight of the world and lose ourselves in the things in life that really matter. At Life's Kitchen in Boise, however, the kitchen is a place where kids ...

Read More »

NW Power and Conservation Council: Efficiency efforts paid off in ‘08 (access required)

Improved efficiency reduced demand for electricity in the Northwest in 2008 by an amount equal to the power use of about 148,000 homes, the highest annual accomplishment since recordkeeping began 30 years ago, the Northwest Power and Conservation Council reported. ...

Read More »

Contracts (access required)

TMC Construction is the apparent low bidder for a Hayden Area Regional Sewer Board storage pad drainage and sludge pipeline, Hayden. Bid not listed. Seubert Excavators is the apparent low bidder for 2010 maintenance rock crushing, Ada County. Bid: $394,753. ...

Read More »

Cascade Bancorp told to halt dividend payments, reorganize debt (access required)

The Federal Reserve on Oct. 28 ordered Cascade Bancorp, the parent of Bank of the Cascades, to halt payment of dividends and submit a plan to repay outstanding debt. The Fed said the actions were part of a written agreement ...

Read More »

Dell settles lawsuit with call center workers (access required)

Dell Inc. has settled a class action lawsuit with call center workers in five states who alleged that the company skimped on overtime pay and forced them to work off the clock, according to a news report. A settlement agreement ...

Read More »