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Canadian mining company doubles Idaho exploration area

Premium Exploration Inc., a Vancouver, B.C., metals exploration company, filed 782 claims with the Bureau of Land Management Oct. 14. The publicly held company is doubling the size of its exploration site in an area known as the Orogrande Shear ...

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Idaho may avoid depths of ‘sloppy paperwork’ probe (access required)

Attorney Brian Webb admits he’s somewhat of a rarity. An associate with Angstman Johnson Law Firm in Boise, Webb serves at times as a defense attorney for distressed homeowners and at other times, creditors. These days, though, he’s receiving more ...

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Highway 12 backs Denver online market research startup (access required)

GutCheck aims to give companies immediate reaction to products. Boise-based Highway 12 Ventures is investing in the Denver startup, which connects companies with people who have signed up to give instant feedback. The conversations can serve as mini focus groups, ...

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Investigation initiates foreclosure moratorium

By Ben Mook As calls for a moratorium on foreclosures and sales of foreclosed homes continue to grow, so do the calls for it to be as short as possible to avoid hindering a housing market still trying to recover. ...

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Walmart heading to NW Meridian (access required)

Walmart is headed to northwest Meridian. “Right now, all I can say is the rumors are true,” said Frank Varriale, manager of Primeland Development. Walmart closed the purchase of 26 acres at the northwest corner of Ten Mile and McMillan ...

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Decision about Tamarack remains in judge’s hands (access required)

Tamarack Resort’s future remains uncertain despite two days of hearings with U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Judge Terry Meyers. No decision was made about appointing a chief restructuring officer to oversee the resort’s sale. Persons near the case speculated Meyers would appoint ...

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Final decision about Simplot JUMP project expected (access required)

Boise’s design review commission is expected to make its final decision about the Simplot JUMP project tonight, Oct. 13. Boise Planning Director Hal Simmons confirmed the seven-member committee would either approve or deny the application for the $70 million development ...

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ConocoPhillips seeking expedited wide-loads ruling

LEWISTON – ConocoPhillips is asking the Idaho Supreme Court to quickly announce whether it will uphold or overturn a lower court’s decision to halt the movement of four oversized loads of refinery equipment on Idaho roadways. ConocoPhillips wants to transfer ...

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Boise startup makes mark with finance, health care apps (access required)

Apps to pay bills, track household spending and tally budgets have flooded the smart phone market, but one Boise startup is the first to put those tasks into a single icon. The company, TouMetis, recently partnered with Yodlee, a Redwood City, ...

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Idaho companies pay more to keep trucks on the road (access required)

Pat McEntee’s business fully depends on transportation. The vice president of Central Paving Co. of Boise, oversees a fleet of more than 30 different trucks, tractors and support vehicles that travel to various construction sites in southwest Idaho. They haul ...

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