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Boise developer is under contract to buy Boise Hole (access required)

  A Boise development company is under contract to buy the infamous Boise Hole site. Gardner Company COO Tommy Ahlquist confirmed to the Idaho Business Review that his company is in the process of purchasing the property near Eighth and ...

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Amalgamated aims to use more non-U.S. sugar (access required)

Boise-based Amalgamated Sugar Co. LLC recently began selling its refined sugar through National Sugar Marketing LLC, formed in early June. National Sugar Marketing has exclusive rights to market all refined sugar produced by Amalgamated and by Sucden Americas, a Miami ...

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Supervalu 1Q earnings rise, top estimates

Supervalu Inc.’s turnaround efforts paid off in the first quarter as the grocery chain reported a 10 percent bump in net income and beat expectations, which sent its shares soaring July 26. The company, which operates Albertsons, Jewel-Osco and other ...

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Megaload opponents’ petition rejected (access required)

An Idaho Transportation Department hearing officer rejected a petition that sought to stop the progress of 200 very large loads on U.S. 12 next to the Clearwater and Lochsa rivers. The July 11 petition had asked Hearing Officer Duff McKee to ...

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Potlatch reports lower earnings, revenue in quarter (access required)

Potlatch Corp. reported net earnings of $8.4 million, or 21 cents per diluted common share, in the second quarter. That’s down 28.2 percent from $11.7 million, or 29 cents a share, in the same quarter of 2010. Spokane-based Potlatch owns ...

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In a family way: University of South Carolina law professor finds her niche as the voice of immigrant and Native American families snared by legal woes (access required)

Marcia Zug entered Yale Law School thinking she wanted to become a judge, because she liked the idea of wielding the law as a tool. But then she changed her mind. Almost a decade later, she’s glad she did. Zug, ...

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Southwest Idaho officials argue for local control of Lake Lowell

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has no authority over Lake Lowell in the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge, officials in Canyon County in southwestern Idaho say. County commissioners at a meeting July 22 said they are prepared to go ...

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Business Briefs

New consumer agency issues first mortgage rule The newly operational Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has issued its first interim rule which it says will fill a regulatory gap in the mortgage industry. The new rule, published in the Federal Register, ...

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Failed Tamarack gets new suitors

A Swiss bank has ended exclusive talks with an Idaho investor over Tamarack Resort, but homeowners with property at the failed vacation getaway say they have been approached by new suitors. The details were disclosed in an internal email by ...

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