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AMI shows progress in recycling measures (access required)

Pocatello semiconductor manufacturing plant, AMI, continues to improve its environment management system over the past five years. “Not only does it make good business sense, it benefits the environment and community at large,” Dave Coller, vice president of operations, said ...

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Berkley Aviation Investors buying Western Aircraft (access required)

Western Aircraft has a new owner. Berkley Aviation Investors Inc. is buying the Boise aircraft sales, service and charter company in a stock transaction expected to close this month. A purchase price was not disclosed. The sellers are Al Hilde ...

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St. Luke’s to participate in patient care project (access required)

St. Luke’s is one of 68 hospitals chosen for a two-year project designed to improve nurses’ bedside care of patients, according to a press release. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation gave $1 million to the American Organization of Nurse Executives ...

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Petra’s Frank receives award – ICR (access required)

IBR Staff Report Jerry Frank, president and CEO of Meridian-based general contractor and construction manager Petra Inc., recently received the 2007 Ernst & Young Pacific Northwest Entrepreneur of the Year award in the Construction & Engineering category. The award recognizes ...

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Entries sought for ‘07 Stoel Rives Idaho Innovation Awards (access required)

Nominations are now being accepted for the second annual Stoel Rives Idaho Innovation Awards. The Idaho Innovation Awards are designed to recognize technology innovations and the Idaho companies that created them. The 2007 Idaho Innovation Awards program will recognize innovations ...

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Bank of America provides $44,000 in grants to nonprofits (access required)

In the first quarter of 2007, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation provided $44,000 in grants to nonprofit organizations throughout the state. Grants were awarded to the following non-profit organizations: Boise Public Schools Education Foundation – $8,500 to support the ...

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Fruitland OKs four subdivisions (access required)

More growth is on the way in Fruitland, where city officials approved four sizable subdivisions in the past two months. Fruitland Zoning Administrator Rick Watkins said the city recently approved the 56-lot Northview Ranch Subdivision No. 1, a project of ...

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Biofuel grant proposals sought (access required)

The Idaho Energy Division is accepting grant proposals from fuel retailers to install or upgrade biofuels infrastructure projects in Idaho.   Grants covering up to 50 percent of projects ranging from $1,000 to $100,000 per application will be awarded to ...

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Education offices to undergo remodeling (access required)

The State Dept. of Education offices in downtown Boise will undergo a modernization project this summer. The goal of the project is to foster teamwork among the department staff and cut costs by consolidating the amount of office space the ...

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