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Risch tells Idaho Falls group Washington is cavalier about deficit (access required)

Idaho U.S. Sens. Jim Risch and Mike Crapo were two of only nine senators to vote March 2 against a continuing budget resolution to keep the federal government from shutting down on March 4 by providing stopgap funding through March ...

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Western Magic Valley exploring development opportunities (access required)

Micah Austin believes the potential to draw big business to the City of Jerome is strong. Jerome’s community development director said three to five developers are considering bringing agriculture-related projects to town that could create 350 new jobs. While Austin ...

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Coldwater Creek reports $37 million fourth-quarter loss (access required)

Sandpoint-based Coldwater Creek reported a fourth-quarter net loss of $37 million and a $44.1 million net loss for the 2010 fiscal year, which ended Jan. 29. The company had a net loss of $56.1 million in fiscal 2009. Coldwater Creek ...

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Idaho small business index improves (access required)

The Zions Bank Small Business Index for Idaho increased 1.8 points from January to February, to 115.3, on higher job growth and improved national economic conditions. The index uses 1997 as its base (100). “Idaho is out of recession and ...

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Northern Idaho aircraft maker sees recovery, slowly (access required)

A northern Idaho aircraft company says it’s starting to recover from the damage that was done to its industry when three auto company executives flew to Washington, D.C. in private jets in 2008 to ask Congress for a $25 billion ...

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Business Briefs (access required)

Hospital lawsuit immunity bill clears Idaho House BOISE, Idaho (AP) – A bill to help protect hospitals from lawsuits passed the Idaho House 38-30 a year after a similar measure died in a House committee. Under the measure, hospitals that ...

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Appraiser: ‘It’s going to take a long time for recovery’ (access required)

Ken Fields got caught in the real estate meltdown that continues to clobber Idaho. “I feel lucky to have my job, but it is going to take a long time before things start to straighten out,” Fields said. The owner ...

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Boise County bankruptcy’s long-term impact unknown (access required)

Boise County’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy enables the small, rural county to keep operating for now, but the county may have a hard time borrowing money until the case is resolved. “We will continue to operate day to day,” Boise County ...

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