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Group forms in wake of decision to close steelhead season

Fishing outfitters, business owners and community members from two Idaho towns have come together to insert themselves into negotiations or maneuverings that could stop the pending closure of the state’s steelhead fishing season or lead to an earlier reopening. The ...

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Eagle investment company hires Colombian data scientist (access required)

An Eagle investment company is turning to big data to help make its trading decisions by hiring a data scientist from Bogota, Colombia. Daniel Fernandez will be a quantitative analyst for ProfitScore Capital Management. “Specifically, he will be spearheading the ...

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Micron announces lowered expectations (access required)

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For the first quarter of 2019, which ended Nov. 30, Micron said it expects its revenue to be on the low end of its previously announced guidance range of $7.9 billion to $8.3 billion. In addition, the company said it ...

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Caldwell nonprofit now under one roof (access required)

CALDWELL — After operating its various programs from three different locations in the area for many years, employees of Metro Community Services, a local nonprofit,  are now under one roof. The organization has consolidated all its services at a new ...

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Tamarack turnaround begins

The new owners of the Tamarack Resort have a fresh vision for a problem-plagued property that has seen several different names and operators since opening in 2004. The four-season mountain resort near Donnelly clearly has languished for more than a ...

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‘Best use’ for parking lots a major question as Boise grows (access required)

This is the second in a four-part series on downtown surface parking lots. Boise started going vertical in 1900 with the Idanha Hotel and a string of others for the next 15 years, but six stories was the ceiling at ...

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Four low-income Idaho credit unions awarded grants (access required)

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Four Idaho credit unions recently received more than $30,000 in grants from the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). Grant awards, intended for low-income credit unions, ranged from $1,300 to $20,000, for a total of $2 million made to 203 credit ...

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Importance of medical records management intensifies in high-tech world (access required)

Health information management, which includes the management of medical records, is a field that is constantly evolving with advances in technology. “Health information is an exciting career,” said Julia Kendrick, regional health information management director for SSM Health Care Oklahoma. ...

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