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Tamarack homeowners move forward with ski season plans (access required)

Tamarack Resort homeowners are moving forward with their plan to host a ski season starting Dec. 20. Chairman of the Tamarack Municipal Association Doug Dvorak said homeowners met Oct. 20, to discuss what options may be available after the Associated ...

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U of I law learning center plan advances (access required)

Plans to turn the state’s Capitol Annex building in Boise into a law center moved ahead recently when the Jeker Family Trust gave a $100,000 grant. The building is at the northeast corner of Fifth and Jefferson streets in downtown ...

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Federal loan guarantee pushes transmission line ahead (access required)

An energy transmission line that will one day connect Idaho to Las Vegas is advancing with the help of a $350 million federal loan guarantee. The U.S. Department of Energy announced financial backing for the $510 million Nevada portion of ...

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E. Idaho company announces plans to hire workers

BLACKFOOT – Officials with Blackfoot-based Premier Technology in eastern Idaho say the company will add more than 70 new positions to meet increasing demand for construction, engineering and manufacturing management services. Premier Technology is a construction management company with clients ...

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Mortgage originators put off taking state exam (access required)

Time is running out for many Idaho mortgage originators to pass a required state exam. As of Oct. 15, 73 percent had passed the national exam and 47 percent had passed the state exam, said K.C. Schaler, Idaho Department of ...

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Electric products and services company to open Lewiston factory (access required)

Schweitzer Engineering, a Pullman, Wash., company that provides products and services for the electric power industry, plans to open a factory in Lewiston in 2011. Schweitzer’s founder and president Edmund Schweitzer said the company will hire more than 160 people ...

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American Eagle returns to Boise Airport in April (access required)

The regional airline American Eagle is returning to the Boise Airport in April with two daily nonstop flights to and from Los Angeles. Boise has nonstop Los Angeles service, but the return of American Eagle is significant because it might ...

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Simplot team to consider JUMP options (access required)

The Simplot team will consider its options for the JUMP project, after Boise’s Design Review commission voted it down a week ago. Simplot spokesman David Cuio said they are meeting Oct. 21 to discuss the proposed $70 million development planned ...

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Tamarack Resort ski season uncertain (access required)

Tamarack Resort homeowners remain confident a ski season will happen this winter, despite another financial setback. “Tamarack Resort is a more valuable asset with skiing in place than it is with the mountain idled,” said Tim Flaherty, homeowner and general ...

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DentaQuest restores Idaho dentists cut from program

The private contractor hired to oversee Idaho’s dental program for Medicaid clients has agreed to reach out to dozens of dentists around the state whose contracts for providing care were not renewed. The decision to reopen the contract process comes ...

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