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Seeds big business in southwest Idaho (access required)

Greenleaf Farms operator Dave Dixon is asking neighbors what they will plant this year, and the answers will determine if he plants foundation plots of sweet corn seed. “If I can’t find adequate isolation, then I won’t raise the seed,” ...

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Coalition forms to study revenue possibilities (access required)

As he does his regular fill-up of a 44-ounce soda at the local gas station, Rexburg School Superintendent Geoff Thomas thinks others in line, like him, would be willing to spend more for their drink. “If people are willing to ...

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Utilities Commission sets schedule to deal with wind ban (access required)

A temporary ban on small wind and solar power projects could be lifted as soon as mid-May, according to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission’s just-released comment and hearing schedule. The commission on Feb. 7 ruled its posted rates would be ...

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Rexburg school being renovated for junior high students (access required)

Middle school students in Rexburg will soon be calling the district’s former high school building home. Madison School District is spending nearly $3 million to upgrade the interior of Madison High School, built in 1973. Russel Wilson, director of operations for ...

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Fewer homes for sale in Ada/Canyon counties (access required)

The number of homes on the market in the Treasure Valley appears to thinning out. According to data from the Intermountain Multiple Listing Service, 2,711 homes were listed for sale in Ada County in January 2011. While that number is ...

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Rocky Mountain Power files to adjust for power cost (access required)

Residential electricity rates would increase about 6 percent starting April 1 under Rocky Mountain Power’s planned energy-cost adjustment reflecting annual changes in power supply costs that are not included in base rates. The company operates in eastern Idaho. This is ...

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Homes planned on Parkcenter target infill demand (access required)

Five single-family homes from 1,600 to 2,400 square feet are planned on less than an acre at the southeast corner of Parkcenter Boulevard and Law Street in southeast Boise. Syringa Construction LLC cleared some trees from the property and plans ...

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