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AgPower sues PUC over cost rate

Rates paid to small-power producers declined this year, and the Idaho Public Utilities Commission was taken to court over the issue recently. Boise attorney Peter Richardson represents AgPower Jerome LLC, which is developing an anaerobic digester at Double A Dairy ...

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Boise social media startup helps businesses keep up (access required)

Just three weeks ago, a Boise entrepreneur launched a new type of public relations firm focusing on social media marketing, and it’s growing fast. Leap Social aims to bring to life a presence for its clients on Facebook and Twitter ...

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Income data: Rural Idaho blunts recession’s initial impact

Rural Idaho navigated the first year of the national recession without suffering an overall loss of jobs or wages, cushioning what remained a severe blow to paychecks during 2008 in the state’s five metropolitan areas, estimates released April 22 by ...

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Idaho group wary of Exxon oil project route through Lochsa

A plan by Exxon Mobil Corp. to transport big and heavy pieces of refinery and mining equipment along U.S. 12 through the Lochsa River canyon is generating concerns from a regional environmental group. The oil company wants to ship the ...

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Boise’s Adelmann opens for corporate and social events (access required)

While most other media reported on the restoration of the Adelmann for its historic values and preservation, owner Karen Buich is stressing its location. “Being from Eagle, I had no experience with the Boise work community,” she said. “Being down ...

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Nampa aquarium project slates April 24 fundraiser

The Idaho Aquarium organization has begun a fundraising drive intended to finance a major public aquarium attraction at a 10,000-square-foot space the nonprofit group has leased in Nampa Gateway Center south of the Garrity Boulevard interchange with Interstate 84. The ...

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