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Deputies find Moscow hospital CEO dead after crash

MOSCOW – The Latah County Sheriff’s office says Gritman Medical Center CEO Jeffrey Martin died in a pickup crash near State Highway 8 in northern Idaho. The sheriff’s office says Martin, who is 47, was expected to return from Elk ...

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Dental subcontractor to meet with state officials (access required)

DentaQuest President Steven Pollock will meet Idaho leaders Tuesday to sort out the state’s Medicaid dental coverage problems. The problems surfaced after Boston-based DentaQuest, a network subcontractor for Idaho, dropped 150 dentists from its provider list to try and reduce ...

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Coeur mine to reopen in January (access required)

A Toronto-based mining company is re-opening the Coeur side of the Galena Mine after 12 years and expects to hire between 30 and 35 people to work there next year. U.S. Silver will start work on the Coeur mine around ...

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Confusion, paperwork problems biggest issue during foreclosure process (access required)

Attorney Brian Webb represents homeowners who may have lost their home to foreclosure despite filing necessary paperwork with their lenders, only to have it not processed correctly. “A lot of these issues are exclusively caused by errors in communication between the ...

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Youth Ranch to move, expand Nampa thrift store

The Idaho Youth Ranch plans to move its Nampa thrift store to the 12,000-square-foot former Sports Authority building, 1031 Caldwell Blvd., by late December or early January following renovations. The new store will provide a larger selection, offer a larger ...

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Icon Credit Union moves, expands in CDA

Icon Credit Union in early October moved its Coeur d’Alene branch from North Government Way to a larger building at 1336 W. Kathleen Ave., Senior Vice President Karma Samartino said. She would not disclose the purchase price but said Icon ...

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Idaho filmmakers receive $20K as part of new state program (access required)

The state will dole out $20,000 to six Idaho filmmakers in a new program designed to stir up more local productions. The Idaho Travel Council, a board that oversees revenue from the statewide 2 percent hotel room tax, settled on the ...

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Ballot measure prompts hospital association campaign (access required)

The Idaho Hospital Association is running its largest political campaign ever to support HJR4, a ballot measure that would affect how Idaho’s public hospitals can borrow money. IHA spent $22,193 campaigning as of Oct. 10, according to papers filed with ...

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Boise River dam project list narrowed (access required)

The Idaho Water Resource Board recently cut in half, from six to three, the number of Boise River dam projects deemed worthy of pursuing soon. Replacing Arrowrock Dam, and building new dams at Alexander Flats and Twin Springs received the ...

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Energy, medical entities among BSU research park occupants (access required)

Boise State University is putting its research and community outreach together under one roof. By early November, the Office of Sponsored Programs, The Energy Policy Institute and the CAES Energy Efficiency Institute will have moved into the Ron and Linda ...

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