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Idaho Labor Dept. may absorb Human Rights Commission (access required)

The Idaho Human Rights Commission is in talks with the state Department of Labor to fold itself into the agency and protect its civil rights enforcement work. Director Pamela Parks told lawmakers on the Joint Finance-Appropriations Committee Jan. 22 that ...

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White House taps Pocatello man for US Marshal (access required)

President Barack Obama has nominated a city council member and former police officer from Pocatello to be the next U.S. Marshal in Idaho. Brian Underwood is the warden at the Pocatello Women’s Correctional Center, a post he has held since ...

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Twin Falls markets vacated Dell call center building (access required)

The Twin Falls Urban Renewal Agency has agreed to accept termination of the lease agreement with Dell Inc., freeing the agency to market the 48,000-square-foot call center building to prospective new business occupants. Dell operated the technical support call center ...

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Home price recovery looks slow

The latest report from First American CoreLogic indicates a more pessimistic outlook than previously expressed. The national real estate data company predicted the U.S. will see further declines in home prices, followed by a recovery in the spring. But that ...

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Public workshop set Jan. 26 for Nampa Airport Master Plan (access required)

The city of Nampa is hosting a public workshop on the Nampa Airport Master Plan on Jan. 26, where consultants working with the city will detail aspects of its 20-year capital improvement plan. Set to take place at the Nampa ...

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