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Meridian contractor Ridgeway Industrial closes  (access required)

Ridgeway Industrial, a Meridian full-service mechanical contractor, is filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and closing down for good. The announcement was made to division managers Jan. 28, and employees are now shutting down operations. Brian Schneider, business development manager at ...

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Downtown Boise streetcar proposal debated (access required)

Even if the proposed Boise streetcar project was free, George Iliff still wouldn’t support it. “I fervently want what’s best for downtown,” said Iliff, managing partner at Colliers International and a member of Boise Mayor Dave Bieter’s streetcar task force. ...

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Hoku 3Q loss widens; financing delay may jeopardize supply contract (access required)

Hawaii-based solar materials maker Hoku Scientific on Jan. 27 released its third quarter 2010 financials, reporting deeper losses, financing delays and the possibility that a key customer may terminate its supply agreement and seek a refund of its prepayments. Hoku, ...

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EPA finalizes cleanup plan for Simplot plant near Pocatello (access required)

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has modified the Record of Decision for the Simplot Plant Operable Unit of the Eastern Michaud Flats Superfund site northwest of Pocatello. The Record of Decision guides cleanup of property or facilities that have been ...

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Idaho timber company diversifies, grows in tough industry  (access required)

Timber industry veteran Dan Balbach spent five years – and more money than he anticipated – creating a diversified business that he says uses every bit of wood fiber harvested. Each log’s forest-to-home (even home fireplace) progression through Treasure Valley ...

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Idaho Power among top U.S. firms on carbon management

When it comes to handling environmental policy changes and climate-related innovation, Boise-based Idaho Power Co. ranks ahead of business giants like Google, Starbucks and Target. That’s according to the Maplecroft Climate Innovation Index, released on Jan. 26, which rated 300 ...

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