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Idaho, Energy Department sign deal on spent nuclear fuel

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Idaho granted a conditional waiver Thursday to the U.S. Department of Energy that could allow research quantities of spent nuclear fuel into the state after years of blocking such shipments. The agreement announced by Gov. Brad Little and Attorney General ...

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Banks help veterans find jobs, form businesses (access required)

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As service members return from active duty, banks and other organizations are helping them reassimilate through small business programs. “They’ve given so much to our country,” said Karen Appelgren, vice president and director of the business resource center at Zions ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Jeet Kumar, founder of In Time Tec

Jeet Kumar has lived the American Dream, launching a successful software company, In Time Tec, and raising a family in the Treasure Valley. But for him, the focus has always been giving back, whether that’s in Idaho or his home ...

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Governor returns from nine-day Asian trade mission (access required)

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Gov. Brad Little has returned from a nine-day trade mission to Hong Kong and Taiwan, but it may take years for the trip to bear fruit. “You don’t know for a long time,” Little said, noting that Idaho just got ...

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Mountain Home downtown revitalization nears completion (access required)

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Downtown Mountain Home is getting a new look. By mid-December, the community’s first phase of downtown revitalization is scheduled to be completed roughly three months after it broke ground. The dated infrastructure hadn’t been updated since the 1960s, said Courtney ...

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Landowners started building 10-room duplexes. Then the neighbors cried foul

Erik Berg became concerned a couple of years ago when he noticed several duplexes going up in his neighborhood south of the Boise State University campus. The buildings weren’t typical duplexes with two or three bedrooms that might serve either students ...

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