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Judge dismisses Syringa Broadband lawsuit

A state judge has dismissed a lawsuit by a consortium of Idaho telephone companies against the Idaho Department of Administration. Fourth District Judge Patrick H. Owen on Wednesday ruled that Syringa Networks failed to prove allegations that the group was ...

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Boise Airport opens Customs and Border Protection building (access required)

In 2010, Customs and Border Protection at the Boise Airport conducted more than 400 private, cargo and corporate general aviation flight inspections and reviews. From the confines of a singlewide, 600-square-foot trailer, CBP agents inspected shipments on the tarmac near ...

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IF Arts Council plans ARTitorium construction (access required)

A new interactive visual arts learning center in the old Rio Theater on Broadway Street in downtown Idaho Falls will begin to take shape this spring. The $1.5 million project is paid for through donations and grants including a $285,000 ...

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DSW Shoe Warehouse to open Boise store

DSW Shoe Warehouse is opening its first Idaho store in Boise. Hawkins Companies Commercial Developers Leasing Manager Jay Blacker confirmed that the Ohio-based shoe store will occupy the former PetSmart location in the Franklin Towne Plaza near Best Buy and ...

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Hoku Corp.’s 3Q costs up; delays expected in production (access required)

While citing net losses of $3 million for its fiscal third quarter, Hoku Corporation said production at its Pocatello plant could be delayed by as much as six months. Scott Paul, president and CEO, said Feb. 10 from Honolulu, said ...

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Idaho drivers can expect even higher gas prices (access required)

Idaho drivers can expect gas prices of $3.30 to $3.70 per gallon as soon as late February or early March, AAA Idaho spokesman Dave Carlson said. Idaho gas prices, which have increased substantially recently, will rise further when refineries start ...

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Trade Adjustment benefits set to revert to 2002 levels

The federal Trade Adjustment Assistance program is slated to revert to less generous provisions. Employers who have had to lay off workers because of international competition have until Feb. 14 to file applications under American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of ...

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Pencilman leaves former All About Offices site for Meridian

Pencilman.com moved from Garden City to Meridian at the start of February, marking the second major change in the past year for the business that delivers office supplies, furniture, and printing and janitorial supplies. The new location at 1255 E. ...

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Idaho chamber group pitches jobs incentives bill

Beset by high unemployment, Idaho lawmakers are considering ways they can stimulate job growth and jumpstart the state’s economic engine. A group of Idaho chambers of commerce weighed in Tuesday, introducing a measure that would give businesses more incentives to ...

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