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Idaho Supreme Court says medical malpractice suit is time-barred (access required)

The statute of limitations for a medical malpractice claim began to run from the date of the plaintiff’s surgery rather than the date that a second injury revealed the defendant’s negligence, the Idaho Supreme Court has ruled in affirming a ...

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Idaho ski areas do well in long, snowy season

Idaho skiers and the state’s collection of resorts have reaped the benefits of a snow-filled season and an improved economy, factors that enabled operators to start up lifts earlier than previous years and put several mountains on pace to set ...

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Idaho Senate kills much-debated energy rebate

Lobbyists for wind energy companies stood in shocked disbelief April 7 after the Idaho Senate narrowly killed a measure to extend a sales tax rebate for alternative energy. The expected deal had been hashed out between lawmakers, utilities and wind ...

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Bogus Creek Outfitters sold

Bogus Creek Outfitters has a new owner. Stewart Johnson bought the business from Bob LaVelle. Bogus Creek Outfitters offers sleigh rides and dinner events. Customers start the one-mile trip from the Nordic ski lodge at the Bogus Basin ski area ...

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Nampa beef plant to close (access required)

XL Four Star Beef is closing its Nampa plant June 7, putting 522 people out of work. Officials with the Omaha, Neb.-based company informed the Canyon County Board of Commissioners April 8 of the closing. They are required to do ...

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Aquifer recharge starts in middle, upper Snake (access required)

Aquifer recharge is under way in the upper and middle Snake River. Fremont-Madison Irrigation District, in the Henry’s Fork area near Rexburg on the upper Snake, and Southwest Irrigation District near Burley in the middle section of the river, started ...

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Hire One Act passes

The Idaho Legislature passed a jobs-incentive bill April 7, the final day of the legislative session. The Hire One Act provides tax credits to employers who hire. It sets three levels of qualification for refundable income tax credits based on ...

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Aussie chef, community activist stir up philanthropic project (access required)

A former product development manager who worked at GM and Intel and a seasoned Australian chef who moved to Idaho in February have teamed up to provide Boise diners with upscale philanthropic dinner parties at home. STIR is the creation ...

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Amid ethic charges, wind farm siting bill dies

An Idaho Falls Republican accused two unidentified House colleagues of ethical lapses in a hearing during which lawmakers also killed a bill that would have put strict new prohibitions on where new wind turbines could be built. The measure would ...

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