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Developer still quiet on rumored Amazon warehouse (access required)

A Newport Beach, California developer remains mum on whether Amazon is the intended tenant of a proposed 857,397-square-foot warehouse in Nampa. Panattoni Development Co. received a conditional-use permit in June to build a two-story structure for a “possible warehouse, distribution ...

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Idaho Court of Appeals justice to retire at end of year

Idaho Court of Appeals Judge Sergio Gutierrez, the state’s first and only Latino judge, will retire at the end of this year. According to the Idaho Judicial Council, Gutierrez’s retirement will be effective on Dec. 31. Gutierrez was first appointed ...

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Environmental group appeals BNSF second bridge permit

An environmental group is appealing an Idaho Department of Lands encroachment permit granted for a second BNSF Railway Co. bridge. Court records show Wild Idaho Rising Tide filed the action July 20 in 1st District Court, the Bonner County Daily ...

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Industry head: Tariffs could have big impact on US energy (access required)

President Donald Trump’s tariffs on European steel and Chinese goods pose a multi-billion-dollar threat to America’s energy industry, though a truce between the United States and Europe offers hope that trade tensions eventually will de-escalate, the head of a prominent ...

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Ada County treasurer charged with misuse of public funds

Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden has charged a former candidate for state treasurer with seven felony counts of misuse of public money by a public officer. According to court records, Wasden’s office filed the complaint July 25 against Vicky McIntyre, ...

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Idaho prison officials: Inmates hacked system to get credits

Idaho prison officials say 364 inmates exploited vulnerable software in the JPay tablets they use for email, music and games to collectively transfer nearly a quarter million dollars into their own accounts. The department’s special investigations unit discovered the problem ...

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Report: Regulation, marketing keep community bank CEOs awake at night (access required)

Regulation, marketing and talent recruitment are some of the issues that keep community bank CEO awake at night. That’s a key takeaway from “Community Bank CEO Priorities for 2018,” an American Bankers Association Benchmarking & Survey Research group study. “Recruiting ...

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