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N. Idaho city pays fine for wastewater violations

Federal environmental officials say the city of Bonners Ferry has agreed to pay a $12,300 penalty for alleged violations of clean water rules caused by discharges from its water treatment plant. The Environmental Protection Agency identified more than 1,600 permit ...

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Boise faces talent crunch (access required)

Jon Carter hated to leave Boise, but he didn’t feel like he could risk staying around. Carter, who moved to the city in 2000 to take a job with the mobile software company Extended Systems and later worked as a ...

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Health magazine co. teams up with KTVB (access required)

A Boise company that produces health magazines has teamed up with KTVB-TV to provide local health-oriented content for the television station’s website. Healthy Idaho is a two-person company that distributes 20,000 magazines each month to physician waiting rooms, hospitals, and ...

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Sheriff: Shots fired at E. Idaho wind farm

The Bonneville County sheriff’s office says bullets fired at a wind farm in eastern Idaho have caused nearly $5,000 in damage. The sheriff’s office says BP Wind Energy reported earlier this week that a wind turbine had been shot at ...

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Six wind farms coming near Mountain Home (access required)

Construction of six wind-power projects is expected to start in March near Mountain Home. Idaho Windfarms said the estimated $250 million-plus project, depending on the turbines selected, will feature six new farm projects, with each having up to 11 turbines. ...

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Sen. Crapo closes Caldwell office in renovated building

U.S. Sen. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, has closed his office at 524 E. Cleveland Blvd., Caldwell, to cut costs and allow Regional Director Bryan Ricker to visit rural southwest Idaho locations more frequently. Crapo spokesman Lindsay Nothern said the Caldwell office ...

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St. Luke’s Health System acquires Intermountain Orthopaedics (access required)

St. Luke’s Health System has bought Intermountain Orthopaedics, the largest orthopedics clinic in Idaho. The Boise-based health system acquired all the physical assets of Intermountain Orthopaedics and now directly employs the group’s 12 physicians, said St. Luke’s spokeswoman Beth Toal. ...

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Legislation would give dental hygienists more leeway in treating patients (access required)

Idaho’s dental hygienists will ask lawmakers this year for more freedom in how they practice their trade. The Idaho Dental Hygienists Association said it has sponsors for two pieces of legislation being introduced for the first time this year. One ...

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