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Crapo appointed to President’s Export Council (access required)

Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo has been appointed to the President’s Export Council, a group that advises the White House on trade and export policy involving agriculture, business, labor, industry and government. The group consists of private-sector appointees, cabinet officials and ...

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Career, resource fair set Nov. 5-6 (access required)

Idaho employers, educational institutions, state and federal agencies, and community resource providers are expected to participate in the Treasure Valley Community Resource and Career Fair set from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Nov. 5-6 at the Idaho Center in Nampa. ...

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District mulls lawsuit’s financial impact (access required)

Pioneer Irrigation District officials say they are still trying to determine just what the potential financial impact could be on district patrons as a direct result of a new lawsuit filed against the district by the City of Caldwell. The ...

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ISU grant supports HIV/AIDS detection, prevention, education (access required)

Idaho State University-Meridian has received a federal grant to detect, prevent and educate health providers and the public on the spread of HIV and AIDS in Idaho. The $126,000 grant, funded by the Human Resources and Services Administration and administered ...

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A case for the right rail (access required)

After years of neglect Amtrak is suddenly back in the picture, with sketchy new plans, powerful political advocates, and a gazillion dollar restart-up budget for our participation. In other words, a more viable plan than the Boise streetcar scheme, and ...

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Labor commits training funds to companies in Idaho Falls, Rathdrum (access required)

Two Idaho Falls firms and a Rathdrum company have a commitment from the Idaho Department of Labor for Workforce Development Training Funds to upgrade the skills of 75 workers. RFinity, an Idaho National Laboratory spinoff in encrypting electronic communications, plans ...

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PacifiCorp rates move to annual adjustment schedule (access required)

Rates for customers of Rocky Mountain Power will be adjusted either up or down every April 1 to account for varying costs of power supply needed to serve the utility’s eastern Idaho customers. The Idaho Public Utilities Commission adopted a ...

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‘Livability’ likely key to West’s economic prosperity (access required)

The thing that’s going to pull the West out of the current recession is the West itself. Or, more precisely, it will be its “livability,” according to author Daniel Kemmis, who spoke at a meeting of the City Club of ...

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IHFA to host compliance workshops (access required)

The Idaho Housing and Finance Association (IHFA) will hold workshops statewide over the next few months to educate apartment managers, management agents, and owners on keeping their properties in compliance with the required federal standards.   IHFA administers funding for ...

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