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Timberline shows gains in subsidiaries for 1Q

Timberline Resources Corporation reported a mining loss, but a income gain for its contract drilling subsidiaries for the first financial quarter. The mining operation, based in Coeur d’Alene, reported consolidated revenues of $3.96 million and a consolidated after-tax net loss ...

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Analysts give thumbs-up to Micron acquisition (access required)

Analysts cheered but investors demurred following Micron Technology‘s announcement on Feb. 9 that it would acquire Swiss memory chip maker Numonyx Holdings BV. News of the deal, an all-stock transaction valued at about $1.27 billion, sent Micron share values down ...

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Demographics planners delay population-estimate decision (access required)

A regional planning group on Feb. 4 chose to wait on approving annual population estimates for Ada and Canyon counties, in part so it could get more information about how the still-sluggish economy has impacted municipalities in the area. Carl ...

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Businesses eye impacts of Idaho Power long-term plan (access required)

Idaho Power’s latest 20-year plan to supply its customers with electricity relies on businesses, in part. The company expects that its conservation incentive programs – which irrigators have been using for years and which other businesses have used to a ...

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Micron signals $1.27B purchase of Swiss chip firm Numonyx

Micron Technology is making a move to acquire Swiss chip competitor Numonyx Holdings B.V. in an all-stock transaction valued at about $1.27 billion, the Boise-based firm announced on Feb. 9. Under terms of the deal, which is expected to close ...

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Fundraising continues for new Sun Valley arts center

About a third of the $17 million needed for a new arts center in Ketchum has been raised, according to Kristin Poole, artistic director of the Sun Valley Center for the Arts. The nearly 40-year-old nonprofit educational arts organization will ...

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