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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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Idaho Power rates headed down thanks to power-cost adjustment (access required)

Industrial power consumers could see as much as a 14 percent rate reduction because of Idaho Power’s annual power-cost adjustment, filed with the state Public Utilities Commission on April 15. Greg Said, director of state regulation, pricing and regulatory services ...

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Idaho Smart Growth calls for nominations

Nominations are now being accepted for the sixth annual Grow Smart awards, given by Idaho Smart Growth. According to a press release, “Idaho Smart Growth’s Grow Smart awards recognize the innovative work of communities, builders, planners, architects, organizations, and developers ...

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Prison company asks court to toss Idaho lawsuit

A private prison company has asked a federal judge to bar a lawsuit brought by 24 inmates and the American Civil Liberties Union over violence at Idaho’s only private prison, saying the primary plaintiff should go it alone in court. ...

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Electronic recycling to be available on Earth Day

Four local companies have teamed up to help with community recycling efforts. Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate is gearing up for Earth Day April 22 and has enlisted the help of PC Recyclers, UltraClean and The Cutting Edge Lawn ...

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Meridian looks for new use for The Hub site (access required)

The mixed-use project that was supposed to “anchor a revitalization effort” in downtown Meridian has been called off, and the city’s urban renewal agency is trying on some new plans for the site. In December 2009, Meridian Development Corp. and ...

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Caldwell redevelopment waits out economy (access required)

It’s been two years since Caldwell’s Indian Creek was dedicated, and the city’s redevelopment efforts have hit a bit of a snag. It’s the same snag everyone is hitting – the recession – but it came at a particularly unfortunate ...

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