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Highway 12 Ventures gets boost with new partners (access required)

Miles Mahoney and Glenn Michael are now part of Highway 12 Ventures as general partners, according to a news release. Mahoney previously was with SAS as vice president of global alliances and channels. Michael has been a serial CFO and ...

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Governor slated to open first Global 21 conference May 13 (access required)

Idaho Trust National Bank, Boise, plans to present the first Global 21 International Business and Investment Conference from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. May 13 at Boise Centre on the Grove. Conference topics will include resources that businesses can use ...

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ACLU executive director steps down (access required)

Jack Van Valkenburgh has stepped down as executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union. During Van Valkenburgh’s tenure, the ACLU in Idaho grew from 350 to over 2,000 members, and from having no staff to a staff of six. ...

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WCA’s TWIN event recognizes accomplishments of 42 women (access required)

Community leaders and friends gathered to honor the accomplishments of 42 professional women as part of the Women’s and Children’s Alliance tribute held last week. “These remarkable women are being honored by their corporations and their peers for their professional ...

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Western Aircraft seeks permit for interior-refurb facility (access required)

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality seeks public comment on a proposed “air quality permit to construct” for the aircraft interior refurbishing facility that Western Aircraft Inc. operates in Boise. The proposed permit will enable Western Aircraft to install a ...

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State labor pool topic of dicussion in T.F. (access required)

The Idaho Workforce Development Council will meet Thursday in Twin Falls to discuss strategy and set goals for enhancing the state’s labor pool. The meeting will be in the Herrett Center for Arts and Science on the campus of the ...

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State orders mortgage lender to stop deceptive mailers (access required)

The Idaho Department of Finance has ordered a Colorado-based mortgage lender to stop sending misleading and deceptive mailers to Idaho residents. The department alleges that Assurity Financial Services LLC sent homeowners with adjustable-rate mortgages documents that suggest their loans have ...

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April unemployment edges up with fewer people working than a year ago (access required)

Idaho’s economy continued slowing in April as the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate edged up a tenth to 3.1 percent from March, and for the first time in 5½ years fewer people were working across the state than a year earlier. ...

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Idaho ACLU executive director steps down (access required)

Jack Van Valkenburgh has stepped down as executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union as of today. During Van Valkenburgh’s tenure, the ACLU in Idaho grew from 350 to over 2000 members, and from having no staff to a ...

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Business owners say local growth is key to expansion (access required)

Local business owners and senior managers say regional economic growth, local demand for products and the Treasure Valley’s quality of life are some of the biggest factors in whether their companies decide to stay and expand in the valley, according ...

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