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Ada County asks taxpayers to fill out budget survey (access required)

Ada County commissioners are asking taxpayers to dissect the county’s spending and help guide next year’s budget in a new online survey. The survey, at www.adaweb.net, asks citizens to review last year’s budget and suggest allocations for the coming fiscal ...

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Kickstand plans Start-up Speed Dating May 6 (access required)

Kickstand is presenting its annual Start-up Speed Dating event May 6 from 2-4:30 p.m. at the Arid Club, 1137 W. River St. in Boise. Winning startups will have the opportunity to pitch their businesses in front of Keiretsu Forum, a ...

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Digna Radiology bought by Minneapolis company (access required)

Virtual Radiologic Corp., Minneapolis, has bought Diagna Radiology, Post Falls, for $6 million in cash and an additional $2.2 million in potential earn-out payments to be made over two years.  Diagna Radiology is a teleradiology provider offering around-the-clock coverage on ...

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Idaho set to host energy conference for states’ Attorneys General (access required)

Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden will host a two day summit on energy issues May 5-7, in Coeur d’Alene. According to a press release, Wasden will host discussions with the states’ chief legal officers, energy industry representatives, federal regulators, environmentalists ...

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Affordable-housing foundation formed (access required)

The Idaho Housing and Finance Association just formed a nonprofit entity that aims to help communities meet pressing needs for housing via charitable donations. The new Home Partnership Foundation Inc. works to assure families and individuals can obtain stable, safe, ...

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Judge bans Nampa contractor JT Enterprises (access required)

Canyon County Third District Judge Gordon Petrie last week banned Nampa contractor JT Enterprises and its owners, Bert Joseph Nash and Tierra A. Nash, from doing business in Idaho, Attorney General Lawrence Wasden said in a statement. The court order ...

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Property managers to hold conference April 15-19 (access required)

The National Association of Residential Property Managers plans its Northwest Regional Conference April 15-19 at the Grove Hotel in downtown Boise. Tony Drost, the association’s Region 4 vice president and the owner of First Rate Property Management in Boise, said ...

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U of I plans math, science event for Boise schoolgirls (access required)

The search is on for the next Marie Curie. Nearly 200 7th and 10th grade girls from the Boise School District will get a taste of the opportunities in science and engineering fields at the University of Idaho’s Bridges to ...

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Law may allow some homeowners access to nearby irrigation water (access required)

Some homeowners could have greater access to nearby irrigation water under an Idaho law to take effect July 1. Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter signed Senate Bill 1424, which aims to allow people who live in irrigation districts to have access ...

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