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Ulta Beauty to open its first Idaho store

Ulta Beauty will open its first Idaho retail store in the Treasure Valley Marketplace at 16475 North Marketplace Blvd, Nampa. A spokeswoman for the Illinois-based beauty supply store and salon said a location in Nampa was under consideration, however, she did ...

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Employees say tax commish helped pal

Idaho State Tax Commission employees say Chairman Royce Chigbrow tried to use his position to help a friend who is embroiled in a dispute with a business partner. Documents show Chigbrow sought to help Benton “Skip” Hofferber, who supported Chigbrow’s ...

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Clearwater Paper adds market channels with Cellu purchase

Clearwater Paper’s acquisition of Cellu Tissue Holdings Inc. enables Clearwater, which has a large manufacturing operation in Lewiston, to move into new market channels. Both companies manufacture private-label tissue, but machine-glazed tissue is an example of a business Cellu had ...

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Storms bode well for ID farmers, power producers

All of Idaho’s 22 river basins have received more snow and rainfall than average since October, a bright sign for farmers, power producers and the recreation economy in 2011. The Natural Resources Conservation Service also reports that through Dec. 29, ...

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Panda Express to open restaurant in Nampa Gateway Center (access required)

The Nampa Gateway Center is getting its first restaurant. Panda Express will open a 2,448-square-feet restaurant at 1435 North Happy Valley Road. Construction is valued at $650,000, according to Nampa building permits. The Reiter Design Group of Beaverton, Ore., is the ...

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Workers’ compensation rates to rise

Workers’ compensation insurance rates are set to increase by an average of 3.7 percent in Idaho in 2011, said Donna Daniel, insurance analyst senior with the state Department of Insurance. Rates are headed higher for the first time since 2005. ...

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Nuclear Regulatory Commission closer to decision on Areva (access required)

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission in about a year could approve French company Areva’s plan to build a uranium-enrichment plant west of Idaho Falls. The commission’s Atomic Safety and Licensing Board starting Jan. 25 will receive testimony and exhibits on the ...

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