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811-group pushs call-ahead to dig importance

The Common Ground Alliance, the nation’s leading organization dedicated to protecting underground utility lines and the safety of people who dig near them, is stepping up awareness efforts in Idaho. The alliance is now partnering with The Home Depot to ...

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MediaG3 signs joint venture pact

MediaG3 and Unilava Corporation will begin working on a joint project to provide Internet products and services to meet needs in undeveloped, underdeveloped and rural areas. The joint venture begins with the companies combined 70 carrier-grade microwave towers in 22 ...

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ISBDC sets June and July workshops

The Region II Idaho Small Business Development Center at Lewis-Clark State College is holding six workshops during the next two months, including ones on “How to Start a Business Boot Camp” and “How to Mind Your Own Business.” There are ...

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2010 Remodeled Homes Tour June 5 to 6

Those planning a home remodeling project this summer will want to attend the 2010 Remodeled Homes Tour June 5 to 6. The National Association of the Remodeling Industry of Idaho (NARI), will showcase home remodeling projects primarily in Boise and ...

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Powerhouse Event Center in Boise closing (access required)

Boise’s Powerhouse Event Center will close this month. In business since 1990, operations will cease June 12. Property owner NAI Kowallis & Mackey has owned and managed the 8,000-square-foot facility since 1989. A slower economy and increased competition locally are ...

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ON Semiconductor plans $11M equipment expansion (access required)

Integrated circuit manufacturer ON Semiconductor plans to add $11 million in production equipment and create 35 new jobs by the end of the year at its factory in Pocatello. The company said in a press release it would begin installing ...

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Inovus Solar founder speaks up for price on carbon (access required)

Hundreds of businesses in the Northwest are urging senators to pass comprehensive legislation to wean the country off carbon-based energy, and some Idaho companies are joining the fight. Clay Young, founder of Boise-based Inovus Solar, a company that designs and ...

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Demand for businesses to buy rises (access required)

Demand for businesses to buy increased since the first of 2010, but still-tight financing and fresh-in-mind valuations from more prosperous times continue to stall deals. Lending is loosening a bit, and though few financial indicators changed heading into 2010, people ...

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