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Public workshop set Jan. 26 for Nampa Airport Master Plan (access required)

The city of Nampa is hosting a public workshop on the Nampa Airport Master Plan on Jan. 26, where consultants working with the city will detail aspects of its 20-year capital improvement plan. Set to take place at the Nampa ...

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Micron unswayed by Samsung-Rambus settlement   (access required)

The ongoing legal saga between memory chip designer Rambus and semiconductor makers Micron Technology, Hynix Semiconductor and Samsung Electronics took a new turn on Jan. 19, when Rambus announced it had reached an agreement with Samsung to settle all claims ...

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Payette nuke proposal wins with county planners (access required)

A years-long effort by Alternate Energy Holdings Inc. to build a commercial nuclear power plant in Idaho took a small but significant step forward on Jan. 14, when planning and zoning commissioners voted to amend Payette County’s comprehensive plan to ...

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Meridian construction firm loses legal bid against Coeur d’Alene (access required)

A Meridian-based construction company lost its legal challenge against the city of Coeur d’Alene on Jan. 13, after a judge decided not to grant a motion for injunction that would have held up – and possibly jeopardized – a $13 ...

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Micron J.V. moves company into the solar business (access required)

Micron Technology took a big step toward entering the renewable energy industry on Jan. 14, with the announcement that it has entered into a joint venture agreement with Australian firm Origin Energy Limited to develop solar photovoltaic technology. Mark Durcan, ...

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New federal policy may favor Boise streetcar project (access required)

A major shift in federal policy might grease the wheels on Boise’s proposed streetcar project. Announced on Jan. 13 by U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood, the federal government will now evaluate transit funding based on factors such as livability and ...

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BSU business building a go as funds fall into place (access required)

Boise State University has thrown a lot of effort behind making its College of Business and Economics into a nationally ranked program. With 3,300 students, the college is among just 20 percent of U.S. business programs which hold the AACSB ...

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