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PUC OKs wind interconnection agreements (access required)

State regulators have approved agreements between Idaho Power and two wind projects in Elmore County to divide the costs for transmission upgrades between the project developers and Idaho Power and its customers. The projects, called Bennett Creek and Hot Springs, ...

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Boise State offers new MBA upgrade program (access required)

The Boise State University College of Business and Economics will offer a new program on Nov. 8-9 to help MBA degree-holders brush up their skills. The intensive two-day, four-session course will help participants expand their knowledge in the areas of ...

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Delta CEO talks of airline consolidations (access required)

The chief executive of Delta Air Lines Inc. said the carrier wants to be the “undisputed leader” in the industry and that a deal with another airline may be in its best interest. “We are evaluating the best path forward ...

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Garrity Crossing development heads for November finish – Construction Review (access required)

Construction on the core and shell is 85 percent completed on two retail buildings that are part of the Garrity Crossing development on Garrity Boulevard near Stamm Lane in Nampa. Kevin Gilbertson, project manager for general contractor Radix Construction, Nampa, ...

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Governor elevates Cassia magistrate to district bench (access required)

Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter named Cassia County Magistrate Michael R. Crabtree to fill the Fifth District judgeship vacated by the death of Judge Monte B. Carlson, according to a press release from the governor’s office. Crabtree, 55, has been a ...

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Solex awarded online lending solution contract (access required)

Solex, an online lending solution based in Idaho Falls, has been selected by Draper, Utah-based Merrick Bank to provide online lending solution to streamline the loan process with RV and Marine industry dealers.Merrick Bank is a CardWorks company and national ...

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ISU-Boise hosts Health Professions Experience Night (access required)

Interested in becoming a pharmacist, paramedic or physician assistant? A clinical lab scientist, nurse or mental health counselor?Find out about these programs and at least 20 others at the second annual Health Professions Experience Night hosted by Idaho State University. ...

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Idaho company targets Westover Hills for new development (access required)

One of the city’s largest employment hubs has garnered the attention of a Boise-based development firm making its move into San Antonio. DBSI Development has announced plans to create a new mixed-use community on the city’s far West Side. The ...

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St. Alphonsus opens Eagle Health Plaza (access required)

Saint Alphonsus has opened the second phase of the Eagle Health Plaza. The largest phase includes a 24 hour emergency department and a range of medical and diagnostic services. The emergency department is staffed by the same personnel who staff ...

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Stanwood firm poised to sell Prosser plant (access required)

Stanwood, Wash.-based Twin City Foods is completing the sale of an Eastern Washington potato processing plant to ConAgra Foods. ConAgra spokeswoman Stephanie Childs said her company has an agreement to purchase the plant in a deal scheduled to close within ...

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