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Idaho Power, Kuna, disagree on line placement (access required)

Idaho Power Co. and the City of Kuna are at odds over where new transmission infrastructure can be built. The Boise-based utility has applied to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission for an order granting the company a Certificate of Public ...

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State accepts restriction on proposed payment cuts to disabled service-providers (access required)

The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare filed a motion in federal court this month to accept a permanent injunction that would block the agency’s proposed Medicaid reimbursement cuts to 16 companies that serve the developmentally disabled. The companies, representing ...

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Boise-based Highway 12 leads new financing round for Alliance Health (access required)

Alliance Health Networks Inc. recently announced that it closed a $3.3 million Series C Preferred Stock financing led by Boise-based Highway 12 Ventures. EPIC Ventures, the Salt Lake City-based Series B lead investor, also participated in the Series C round ...

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Bids (access required)

Popplewell Elementary School re-roofing, Buhl. Bids noon Mountain Sept. 28 to Buhl Joint School District.   Eighth Avenue and Lincoln to Date Street and Main improvements, Jerome. Bids 2 p.m. Mountain Sept. 29 to Idaho Transportation Department. Rebuild and widen ...

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ITD holds back $8.6 million from construction (access required)

With revenues falling short of projections, the Idaho Transportation Department will cut spending by 3.4 percent, or $8.6 million, in the coming year. Funds are only adding up to about $242 million, compared to projections of $251 million from earlier ...

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Trolley or not question posed for public comment (access required)

The city of Boise was born of streetcars, according to Barbara Perry Bauer, president of Boise-based TAG Historical Research. The City of Trees’ first neighborhoods were established by running rails from the downtown core. “At the time that the Boise ...

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Top innovators honored at Stoel Rives Idaho Innovation Awards (15180) (access required)

Five of Idaho’s top innovators were honored by business law firm Stoel Rives LLP at its fourth annual Idaho Innovation Awards program, hosted at Bronco Stadium’s Stueckle Sky Center on Sept. 24. The program, presented by Stoel Rives and entrepreneur ...

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Roundup (access required)

Northwest Nazarene University on Sept. 25 held a dedication ceremony for the Thomas Family Health & Science Center, named for donors Harold and Phyllis Thomas. The 50,000-square-foot building includes nursing labs for clinical simulations, a cadaver dissection lab, a nuclear ...

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Firm working with Idaho state agencies buys social network GovLoop (access required)

St. Paul, Minn.-based GovDelivery, a government-to-citizen communications company, has acquired Washington, D.C.-based GovLoop, a social network for government workers, contractors, consultants and others, according to a news release. GovDelivery clients include the Central District Health Department of Idaho, the Idaho ...

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Hold the spam with my potatoes (access required)

Check it out. Idaho has been crowned with another No. 1. Now, if you do business in Idaho, you’re more likely to get spammed. According to PC World, spammers aren't targeting certain states, said Paul Wood, a senior analyst with ...

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