Quantcast
Home / IBR Headlines (page 1103) /

IBR Headlines

Glacier Bancorp reports $9.4M profit in third quarter

Glacier Bancorp reported a net profit of $9.4 million in the third quarter, but write-downs of problem assets and sluggish lending limited bigger gains. The Kalispell, Mont.-based bank holding company, parent of Idaho-based Mountain West Bank of Coeur d’Alene and ...

Read More »

Idaho Power wants more large-load flexibility (access required)

Idaho Power wants to charge more customers on special contracts, like those with its largest users, instead of on a tariff schedule. Boise-based Idaho Power claims to have 75 customers that it can’t serve because of generation and transmission constraints. A tariff schedule  won’t ...

Read More »

Transmission line shifts away from historic Minidoka site (access required)

A 500-kilovolt transmission line, slated to cut through a World War II-era internment camp for Japanese-Americans, will now be set two miles west. LS Energy of New York City secured the rights to move the power line away from the ...

Read More »

More gas drilling planned in Payette County (access required)

A Canadian company plans to drill more natural gas wells in Payette County. A joint-venture between Bridge Resources Corp. and Paramax Resources Ltd. on 36,000 acres will sink five wells at the 30,000-acre Hamilton site and five wells at the 6,000-acre Willow site ...

Read More »

Banner Corp. posts $42M loss for the quarter (access required)

Banner Corp. reported a third-quarter net loss of $42.7 million, or 40 cents per share, driven by loan losses and investment write-downs. The Walla Walla-based holding company, parent of Banner Bank and Islanders Bank, set aside $20 million for loan ...

Read More »

Downtown Meridian real estate parcel closer to being developed (access required)

A prominent piece of downtown Meridian real estate is one step closer to being developed. Construction of a 16,000-square-foot office building on a former industrial and residential parcel near 200 E. Broadway Ave. could go out to bid in early ...

Read More »

Ketchum to waive building permit and planning fees (access required)

In an effort to create construction jobs, Ketchum is waiving building permit and planning fees for the rest of the year. “These are extraordinary times that call for creative thinking,” Ketchum Mayor Randy Hall said. The City Council voted Oct. ...

Read More »

Boise’s Park View apartments get $500,000 renovation (access required)

The Park View senior apartment complex, on Crescent Rim Drive overlooking downtown Boise, is undergoing a $500,000 renovation. Vacancy has been higher than average, said Cathy Rosera, who is managing the renovation on behalf of owner Park View LLC. The apartments are larger and ...

Read More »

Simplots to appeal JUMP project decision (access required)

The Simplot team will appeal Boise’s Design Review commission’s vote against the JUMP project. Simplot spokesman David Cuio said the Simplot team met for 90 minutes Oct. 21, and will appeal the decision to Boise’s Planning and Zoning Commission during its scheduled meeting ...

Read More »