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Idaho Falls airport renovation planned

Improvement plans for the Idaho Falls airport were unveiled to the public recently as city of Idaho Falls officials near completion of an Airport Master Plan study. “We are congested at times here at the airport. We find times when ...

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Energy industry gathers in Boise to discuss renewables (access required)

Energy industry professionals from all over the nation and beyond gathered March 23 and 24 in downtown Boise to talk about renewable energy. Power Engineers Inc. – which was founded in Hailey and now has offices in 23 U.S. cities, ...

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Glacier Bancorp completes share sale

Glacier Bancorp Inc., with headquarters in Kalispell, Mont., reported Monday it has completed its sale of about 10.3 million shares at $14.75 a share. The bank holding company said it expects the offering to bring in about $145.6 million, which ...

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Hoku Scientific changes name to Hoku Corp.

Hoku Scientific, a materials science company focused on clean energy technologies, says it has officially changed its name to Hoku Corp. “When we founded the company, the name Hoku Scientific reflected our core research-driven business developing innovative fuel-cell technology,” Dustin ...

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Idaho safety engineers win national award

The American Society of Safety Engineers has awarded its small chapter of the year award to a branch in Boise. About 100 occupational safety and health professionals – who work in the construction, industrial, mining, insurance, health care, government, oil ...

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Lawmakers advance bill to sell more state land

Idaho lawmakers advanced measures to expand state land officials’ options for managing state-owned land that benefits public schools. The Senate State Affairs Committee approved an amendment to the state’s Constitution that would let the Department of Lands sell more than ...

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