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A hostile takeover among investors ends up in Idaho court (access required)

Five investors in a Donnelly housing development have filed suit against two of their former investment partners, alleging the two former partners have staged a hostile takeover of their investment. The investors all hold a claim in Timberline Development, a ...

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Architecture awards put design focus on Idaho timber industry (access required)

The Idaho Forest Products Commission is going directly to the source in its new efforts to encourage the use of Idaho wood in buildings by engaging architects, both professional and in training. New awards sponsored by the IFPC give cash ...

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Old-school fight hits new gold mine (access required)

A planned mining operation near Yellow Pine is igniting a familiar controversy as mining proponents and environmentalists square off to determine the future of the site. Midas Gold, the Canadian company that has begun an intensive exploration of the old ...

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Idaho nuclear plant developer agrees to $450,000 settlement with shareholders (access required)

An Idaho company trying to establish the first private nuclear power plant in the United States has agreed to a $450,000 settlement with its stockholders after being accused of securities fraud. Alternate Energy Holdings, an Eagle-based company that is trying ...

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BSU sues contractor after theater building is backed up with sewage (access required)

An Idaho contractor has drawn the ire, and legal team, of Boise State University after it broke a pipe during a construction project and sewage backed up in BSU’s Theatre Annex building. Braun-Jensen Inc. was contracting for the Ada County ...

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Booklamp launches fundraiser for new reading game (access required)

Aaron Stanton, founder of Booklamp, studies his script during a video shoot for a new Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for a new reading program. Photo by Patrick Sweeney Booklamp is going public for the second time. The Boise company ...

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Promoting scam nearly cost Boise company $20,000 (access required)

A Boise promoter has had to go to court to retrieve $20,000 it paid up front to book the popular electronic music maker Skrillex for a Treasure Valley show. Baby Cruz Entertainment had sent the money as an advance on ...

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