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Twin Falls-based company wins cheese championship (access required)

Glanbia Foods Inc., the largest cheese manufacturer in the Northwest, earned three gold and one silver medal in the 2006 World Championship Cheese Contest. The contest, held in March in Wisconsin, is the largest international cheese competition in the world. ...

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UI Ext. offering food safety, HACCP workshop (access required)

University of Idaho Extension will offer a three-day workshop on Practical Food Safety and HACCP July 11-13 at the Red Lion Hotel Downtown in Boise. Of value to food processing firm owners, plant managers, quality assurance specialists and production teams, ...

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St. Luke's suing over injury inflicted by Samaritan resident (access required)

St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center is suing the Boise Samaritan Village because one of the facility’s elderly residents hit a St. Luke’s employee in the nose. Boise Samaritan Village had contracted with St. Luke’s to provide medical services to its ...

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St. Luke's signs contract with Riverside Benefit Administrators (access required)

Riverside Benefit Administrators was recently awarded the contract to administer a self-funded employee health care plan for St. Luke’s Hospital. More than 8,000 St. Luke’s employees and their dependents will receive health care benefits and claims support through the third-party ...

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New Commerce & Labor Dept. office opens in Idaho Falls (access required)

Gov. Jim Risch formally openED the new Idaho Commerce & Labor office in Idaho Falls on June 20. The Idaho Falls office is part of a statewide network of 24 local offices. Using up-to-date technology, seekers can research work opportunities, ...

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River condos to start at $700k (access required)

IDAHO BUSINESS REVIEW Plans for the Trapper’s Island development on the south side of downtown Boise call for luxury condos priced from about $700,000 to $1.2 million, said Dave Kallas, a Holland Realty agent marketing the project. The developer aims ...

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Wind turbines turning again in Mountain Home (access required)

Three wind turbines north of Mountain Home are spinning again after being off-line for nearly a year. The turbines, originally known as the Lewandowski Wind Farm, were recently purchased by G3 LLC, a joint effort between Todd Haynes, Brian Jackson, ...

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Students go high tech (access required)

High school students can get a taste of what it’s like to run a technology company at Idaho Business Week. During the week-long entrepreneur camp, held July 16 to 21 at Boise State University, students will play an engineering game ...

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Micron scholars program names national winners (access required)

The Micron Science and Technology Scholars Program is a merit-based scholarship competition recognizing excellence in academics and leadership. Each year, the program awards a $55,000 college scholarship and up to twelve $16,500 scholarships for a total of up to $253,000. ...

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MPC parent firm's plan wins okay from Exchange (access required)

The American Stock Exchange last week accepted a plan from MPC Computers parent company HyperSpace Communications to meet the exchange’s listing requirements. AMEX in April threatened to delist Denver-based HyperSpace because its financial condition didn’t meet the exchange’s standards. The ...

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