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No picnic: Winter slows even most experienced commercial drivers (access required)

Direct POS employees will do whatever they can to provide timely service without having to brave icy roads. “We use a whole mix of ways to solve a customer’s problem in a way that is cost effective for the customer ...

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McCall businesses getting solar systems thanks to grant (access required)

The City of McCall is leading a project to install solar power systems at nine sites around the city. McCall received a $171,957 grant from the Idaho Office of Energy Resources toward the $228,000 project, Community Development Director Michelle Groenevelt ...

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Boise law firm accused of abetting DBSI fraud

Boise law firm Moffatt Thomas is accused of helping bankrupt Meridian real estate investment firm DBSI Inc. fleece investors and carry out a “massive scheme of financial fraud.” The trustee in DBSI’s bankruptcy case, James Zazzali, filed a lawsuit in ...

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Farm group opposes eminent domain for trail system

A southeast Idaho city’s potential use of eminent domain to acquire easements to complete a languishing, 23-mile trail system is being opposed by a major farm group. Officials with the Bannock County Farm Bureau tell the Idaho State Journal they ...

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New ambulance station being constructed in Meridian

Ada County Paramedics is building a much needed new ambulance station in Meridian. The 3,246-square-foot building is being constructed near the intersection of Linder and Ustick roads, and will include three bedrooms, two bathrooms, report writing room, day room and ...

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Checks go out to Idaho small businesses in workers comp settlement (access required)

The checks are finally in the mail to more than 30,000 Idaho small businesses from a $6.9 million settlement with the Idaho State Insurance Fund. The Idaho Supreme Court ruled in 2009 that the businesses were entitled to dividends from ...

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Counties scramble to meet alternative-energy demand (access required)

Bonneville County’s proposed “wind turbine districts” are the latest attempt by county planners to establish specific zones for alternative energy projects. Planners say the zones will help keep the projects out of areas where they might affect views, property values, or other ...

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