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Nampa cheese maker reaches settlement (access required)

Sorrento Lactalis Inc. paid $315,000 to settle with the U.S. government, and voluntarily invested more than $100,000 on facility improvements, in response to effluent discharge and monitoring problems at its cheese factory in Nampa. The discharges happened at a post-production ...

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PacificSource plans relocation of Boise office

PacificSource Health Plans plans to move its Boise office into a new space at 408 E. Parkcenter Blvd. in Boise. Marketing Communications Manager Colleen Thompson confirmed the office’s 61 employees will relocate into the 16,531-square-foot space sometime in October. Improvements ...

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Boise-area home prices decline in second quarter

Now is either the best or worst time to buy or sell a home in the Treasure Valley, depending on whether you’re a buyer looking for a bargain or a seller who’s been forced to list your home well below ...

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High vacancy rates positive draw to downtown Boise (access required)

It took only hours for Kacey Montgomery to find the ideal location to open a restaurant. It took two years before the space became available. “The location is huge,”  Montgomery said. At 215 North Eighth St., Matador joins a handful ...

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Judge stops big oil trucks along Hwy. 12

UPDATED: A state judge has brought a temporary halt to a ConocoPhillips plan to truck oversized loads of massive oil refinery equipment along curvy, scenic U.S. Highway 12 in north central Idaho. The temporary restraining order, issued Tuesday by 2nd ...

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More questions, few answers about Bronco Stadium expansion (access required)

It looks like more expansion plans are in the works for Boise State’s athletic facilities, including possible stadium expansion sooner, rather than later. During a breakfast at NNU Aug. 17, sponsored in part by KBOI, NNU and the Idaho Business ...

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Committee to interview finalists for Morrison Center position (access required)

A search committee at Boise State University will interview three to five finalists for the job of executive director of the Morrison Center for the Performing Arts over the next few weeks. The leader of Morrison Center is responsible for ...

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GBAD chair agrees to mediation with Boise visitors bureau (access required)

The Greater Boise Auditorium District’s board chairman says he’d sit down with leaders of the Boise Convention and Visitors Bureau under the guidance of a professional mediator, though he doesn’t really see the point. After a meeting called by Boise ...

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