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Monsanto phosphate unit settles with feds over pollutants (access required)

Monsanto subsidiary P4 Production LLC has agreed to pay a $1.4 million civil penalty for alleged Clean Water Act violations in southeast Idaho. P4 also will spend about $875,000 on monitoring and on preventing pollutants from entering local waters. The ...

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Broadmore golf course now public, officially (access required)

Broadmore Associates bought the former Broadmore Country Club in a transaction that concluded in late March, officially converting it to a public golf course. New owners do business as Broadmore Golf Club. The former Broadmore Country Club, including a nine-hole ...

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Borehole finds open space where Idaho miner may be

A pocket of open space behind tons of collapsed rock and debris has added some optimism to the search for a missing silver miner, despite dangerous conditions that forced rescuers to take a much longer route toward where he is ...

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Cattle market expected to stay tight (access required)

Robert Bybee is keeping the “background” feedlot he owns near Hamer, but he’s getting out of the calf-production business now, while prices are high. “I sold the last of them a week ago,” the Bybee Cattle Co. owner said April ...

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Nampa storm water utility nears launch (access required)

Nampa’s new storm water and drainage utility is expected to finalize rates in May. The program is required under the Clean Water Act because of recent growth. An open house is set from 4 to 7 p.m. April 27 at ...

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Grubb & Ellis gets financing

Grubb & Ellis Co., a commercial real estate services firm with a Boise affiliate, has closed an $18 million credit facility with Colony Capital LLC. Plans for the credit line were announced March 30. A lending affiliate of Colony Capital ...

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Idaho Power ratepayers to benefit from snow, rain (access required)

The portion of Idaho Power customer rates that reflects recent and anticipated costs will decrease. The company on April 15 filed with the Idaho Public Utilities Commission for a 4.78 percent average rate decrease, starting June 1, in its annual ...

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