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Home Federal Bancorp sees loss in 4Q

Home Federal Bancorp officials reported a $300,000-plus loss in the final quarter of 2009, while focusing on the absorption of its purchase of Oregon-based Community First Bank. “The integration of our Central Oregon Region was a focus of the quarter, ...

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Feds could expand Idaho mining waste respository

Officials with the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality and the Environmental Protection Agency are considering expanding the Big Creek Repository to keep up with Superfund cleanup of mining waste. The Coeur d’Alene Press reports the agencies could expand the repository ...

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Idaho market research center begins layoffs

A marketing research company says it’s starting temporary layoffs at its Pocatello call center. Mountain West Research Center announced the layoffs in a prepared statement, saying they were necessary because of the economic downturn. The company gathers data for market ...

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NNU Grad Fair set Feb. 11

Northwest Nazarene University plans its annual Grad Fair, focused on post-graduate opportunities, from 4 to 8 p.m. Feb. 11 at the university’s Brandt Center, on Holly Street in Nampa. The free event can help people who look to build on ...

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Sale OK’d between Idaho Power, Raft River Electric

The Idaho Public Utilities Commission approved Idaho Power Co.’s sale of electrical distribution facilities valued at $44,000 to Raft River Rural Electric Cooperative, headquartered in Malta. The sale includes about 1.45 miles of feeder line and 30 power poles in ...

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State tax gap stands at $250 million

Idaho is losing about $250 million per year in taxes owed under current law, including $30 million in sales and use taxes that should be collected as part of transactions on the Internet, according to the Idaho Tax Commission. That ...

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Boise State mid-year research grants hit new record high (access required)

Boise State University is only halfway through its 2010 fiscal year, but officials said the university has already secured more external research and grant funding than it did for all of FY ’08, and “easily” outpaced last year’s second quarter ...

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Boise City National Bank building gets new owner (access required)

UPDATED: Rocky Mountain Development selected Thornton Oliver Keller, an independent commercial property brokerage and management firm based in Boise, as the exclusive listing agent for the former Boise City National Building, 805 W. Idaho St. Thornton Oliver Keller’s Mark Cleverley, ...

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