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Lewiston senior wins NFIB scholarship

The National Federation of Independent Business Young Entrepreneur Foundation announced late last month that a Lewiston senior would receive a $1,000 scholarship as part of the eighth annual NFIB Young Entrepreneur Awards, a scholarship program designed to reward and encourage ...

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Emmett manufactured housing supplier reports 2Q loss

Emmett-based TJT Inc., a major supplier of axles, tires, and set-up supplies to the manufactured housing industry, reported a loss of $371,000 for its second quarter of fiscal 2010. “The manufactured housing industry has shown little sign of recovery,” said ...

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Panelists: Exporters must keep eye on ball (access required)

Foreign markets provide an excellent opportunity for Idaho-based sellers who keep working at their export strategy and avoid pitfalls such as using inadequate legal documentation and getting their product stuck in the wrong price-demand category, panelists at a seminar on ...

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Funding renewed for Idaho energy audit program

The Idaho Small Business Development Center received a second year of funding for an energy audit program, the U.S. Small Business Administration announced April 30. The grant is $125,000. The university-based center based at Boise State University uses student teams ...

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Boise Angels assist Hailey company in stock offering

Members of the Boise Angel Alliance participated in a $500,000 private stock offering by Hailey-based Prosperity Organic Foods Inc. Alliance members helped Prosperity design the offering, introduced the company to other “angel” investor groups throughout the country, and invested their ...

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Idaho revenue misses April projection

Preliminary tax revenue data shows Idaho collections in the critical month of April fell more than $55 million below the target set by state budget writers, a shortfall due in part to higher-than-expected income tax refunds. The unofficial data released ...

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Heyburn man milks the ‘Thrifty Dipper’ (access required)

It was an “udder disaster” that led to Dennis Hakes’ first invention for the dairy industry. One of the milkers at his Nebraska dairy had mistaken the hydrochloric acid used to clean a milk scale for the germicide that’s applied ...

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Idaho conference on recreation and tourism in Boise

The Idaho Conference on Recreation and Tourism began May 4 at the Doubletree Hotel Boise Riverside in Boise. The three-day conference is designed for Idaho lodging property owners and managers, outfitters and guides, and other tourism industry professionals and recreation ...

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