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Utah company says it’s offered to buy Tamarack

A Salt Lake City real estate investment company says it has offered an undisclosed sum for Tamarack Resort, the central Idaho ski-and-golf getaway that collapsed in 2008 under hundreds of millions in unpaid debt. Pelorus Group owner JT Bramlette told ...

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Biomark plans remodel of downtown Boise building (access required)

Biomark, a Boise-based manufacturer of identification and monitoring devices for fish and wildlife, plans to remodel and occupy a downtown Boise building. Located between Eighth and Ninth and River streets, Boise’s planning director Hal Simmons confirmed Biomark would occupy an ...

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Idaho could get $51M under federal jobs bill

Idaho public schools are expected to receive about $51 million to protect teaching positions as part of a job-saving measure signed into law by President Barack Obama on Tuesday. The money is part of a $26 billion bill aimed at ...

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Potato processor Nonpareil seeks air permit change

Nonpareil Corp., which employs more than 400 in manufacturing dehydrated potato products in Blackfoot, plans to make changes that require air-quality approval.   Nonpareil engineering manager Brett Suthers said the existing bin dryer uses coils, heated by high-pressure steam, to ...

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2009 personal income declines in Boise, rest of Idaho

Per capita personal income dropped by 4.5 percent last year in Idaho’s largest city, as Idaho suffered its first year-to-year drop in that area since 1953. Personal income is made up of wages, salaries, business profits, investment earnings, and payments ...

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Boise incubator opening delayed (access required)

The opening of the city of Boise’s business incubator for alternative energy startups is more than a month behind schedule, but more than two dozen companies have already applied to move in. The incubator, known as the Greenhouse, should be ...

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BP cases will be heard in New Orleans federal court (access required)

A New Orleans federal judge will manage the 300 lawsuits filed in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, a federal judicial panel has ordered. The U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, which met in Boise on July ...

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AEHI withdraws application for Elmore Co. nuclear plant site (access required)

Alternate Energy Holdings Inc., the Eagle company seeking to build a nuclear power plant in Idaho, withdrew its rezone application Aug. 10 for a site in Elmore County, saying the commissioners there are taking too long with the process.   ...

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