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Silver Falcon Mining opens mill in Murphy

At a ceremony on April 19, Silver Falcon Mining‘s President Pierre Quilliam declared the company’s Murphy mill facility opened. Management, local contractors, and other dignitaries attended the opening. Silver Falcon bought the land, completed numerous site improvements, built a new ...

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Crapo: Solid reforms needed in financial institutions (access required)

Idaho’s member on the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs says it’s time to stop the “too big to fail” approach and end bailouts. Sen. Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, speaking to the Idaho Business Review said he has concerns ...

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BSU student business team earns international award

R2EV, a team of Boise State University business students, finished strong in a competitive field of 20 international universities at the New Venture Championship, hosted recently by the University of Oregon’s Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship. R2EV took second place overall ...

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Gov. Otter remains hospitalized with illness

A spokesman for Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter says the governor is still under observation at a Boise hospital after being admitted for dehydration and flu-like symptoms. The 67-year-old Otter was taken to St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center on April ...

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N. Idaho railroad could expand business

The buyer of the St. Maries River Railroad in northern Idaho says there are plans to expand the business. The Richmond, Mo.-based Williams Group is buying the railroad from Potlatch Corp. in a deal expected to be finished next month. ...

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EPA awards over $1M to clean up, revitalize communities

Moscow has been selected by the EPA to participate in the brownfields grants program along with communities in 40 states and four tribes. In the Pacific Northwest, brownfields grants totaling more than $1 million will be given to King County, ...

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Drilling crews locate gas-bearing pockets (access required)

Companies drilling in a remote region on the Idaho/Oregon border have reportedly encountered several gas-bearing sands features. Bridge Resources and Paramax Resources working on the third of a five well exploration, in the Idaho drilling program – the Island Capitol ...

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