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Boise State gets OK to use eminent domain for stadium

Boise State University has received approval to use eminent domain to acquire properties where school officials want to build a baseball stadium. Documents from the Idaho State Board of Education show the school has tentatively agreed to buy land where ...

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Yellowstone continues effort to restore native fish

Wildlife managers are undertaking a project to eliminate nonnative fish from the upper Gibbon River drainage in Yellowstone National Park. Beginning August 20 and continuing through the week, biologists will remove nonnative rainbow trout and brook trout using the fish ...

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Utah energy cooperative exploring nuclear power in Idaho

A small commercial nuclear reactor that a Utah energy cooperative wants to build in Idaho would be game-changing for energy customers if the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission approves the project, a high-ranking federal official said at a conference the week ...

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Job market improving for recent law graduates (access required)

Salaries and employment rates are increasing for recent law school graduates nationally. The National Association for Law Placement released its 2017 employment report August 2. It showed that the overall employment rate for 2017 graduates was 88.6 percent, one percentage ...

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Building revenue-generating properties (access required)

Jack Harty has a mixed message for clients who approach him about building revenue-generating properties. Though interest rates have been creeping up, the principal of Harty Mortgage Advisors in Boise assures borrowers that rates “are still at a virtually 40-year ...

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Appeals court ruling halts giant forest project in Idaho

A giant forest project in Idaho is on hold following a ruling by the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The decision August 13 halts the 125-square-mile project on the Payette National Forest that includes commercial timber sales, work to ...

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US pledges to work more closely with states vs. wildfires

As wildfires continue to choke California and other Western states, the Trump administration pledged August 16 to work more closely with state and local officials to prevent wildfires from ever starting. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said the Forest Service and ...

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State board of Education fires University of Idaho athletic director

The Idaho State Board of Education has fired University of Idaho Athletic Director Rob Spear after an investigation into how his department handled sexual assault and harassment complaints. The Idaho Statesman reported the board made the unanimous decision August 16 ...

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City sewer fee case goes to Idaho’s highest court

Cities across Idaho are closely watching a case where a lawsuit is seeking refunds of millions of dollars in sewer connection fees paid to the city of Hayden by everyone who built a new home there. The Idaho Press-Tribune reports ...

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