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Saint Alphonsus Physicians leased 4,995 square feet of expansion space at Silverstone Park, 3340 Goldstone Drive, Meridian. The Sundance Co. represented the property owner. Premier Technology Inc. headquartered in Blackfoot, a top engineering and contracting firm in the energy recovery ...

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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 ...

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2009 Grow Smart awards honor vibrant communities, healthy landscapes (access required)

Idaho Smart Growth will present its 2009 Grow Smart awards on Nov. 12, honoring projects and planners around the state which exemplify the organization’s goal of keeping “communities vibrant and our landscapes healthy.” According to the nonprofit group, honorees were ...

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Despite downturn, U of I endowment distributions still strong (access required)

Scholarships and programs at the University of Idaho have received more than $106 million from the university’s endowment over the past 50 years, including $7.3 million in fiscal 2009. The U of I surpassed the $100 million mark in spite ...

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BSU draws close to match deadline for new building (access required)

With a couple of months left to meet a $5 million deadline, Boise State University received a $500,000 donation from the founder of Jacksons Food Stores to build the new College of Business and Economics building. The sum puts BSU ...

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Coeur d’Alene Area Chamber narrows president search (access required)

The Coeur d’Alene Area Chamber of Commerce is closer to naming a successor to Jonathan Coe, who vacated the president and CEO post in August to take a similar job at the chamber in Santa Rosa, Calif. Coe headed the ...

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U.S. Geothermal gets stimulus funding for Nevada power project (access required)

Boise-based renewable energy developer U.S. Geothermal is set to receive $3.77 million in federal stimulus money, the company announced Oct. 30. Awarded under the Department of Energy’s Innovative Exploration and Drilling Projects program, the funds will go toward exploration and ...

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Dairy waste rule changes mulled (access required)

The Idaho State Department of Agriculture has granted a petition for negotiated rulemaking that seeks to make changes to rules governing dairy waste per Idaho Administrative Procedures Act. 02.04.14. The department plans to host the first in a series of ...

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Simplot, Blue Source forge alliance to serve the carbon market needs of American farmers (access required)

International food and agribusiness leader J. R. Simplot Company and leading emissions reduction project developer and offset marketer, Blue Source LLC, have partnered to assist American farmers interested in engaging in the carbon economy. This alliance will support the progressive ...

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Idacorp beats expectations in quarter (access required)

Idaho Power parent Idacorp Inc. on Oct. 29 reported third quarter net income of $54.5 million or $1.16 per diluted share compared to $51.7 million of $1.14 per share in the year-earlier quarter. Analysts on average expected Idacorp to earn ...

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