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JayHawk Energy issues 1.6M shares of common stock

Post Falls-based JayHawk Energy Inc. has issued 1.6 million shares of its common stock to retire a 12 percent convertible debenture that would have been due on July 30, 2010. Additionally, this conversion alleviates approximately $56,000 in accrued interest. JayHawk ...

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International Isotopes raises $3M in public offering

International Isotopes has raised about $3 million in a public offering to support the continued engineering design and licensing of the company’s planned uranium processing and fluorine extraction facility in Idaho Falls. The company closed the transactions on Feb. 24. ...

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St. Luke’s expands laboratory solution software

Idaho-based St. Luke’s Health System is preparing to expand the health care diagnostic information technology and outreach solutions in its laboratories. Sunquest Information Systems, a provider of health care diagnostic information technology and outreach solutions, and St. Luke’s Health System ...

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Idaho House passes resolution on airport debt (access required)

The House gave its support to another constitutional amendment that would restore public airports’ authority to go into debt without a vote of the people provided that they use no taxpayer money to repay bonds. Lawmakers voted 57-12 on Feb. ...

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Zions earns top marks in middle market banking

Zions Bancorporation has been recognized by financial services consulting and research company Greenwich Associates as one of the nation’s top banks in nine national and two regional categories in middle market banking. The survey is conducted annually with nearly 13,000 businesses ...

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Health and Welfare launches new benefits system

Idaho’s Department of Health and Welfare has successfully replaced its outdated human service benefits eligibility system with the support of global management consulting firm Accenture. The new Idaho Benefit and Eligibility System replaces a 30-year-old eligibility system that could not ...

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TVCC building topped out in Caldwell

The 39,000-square-foot building that will house a Caldwell branch of Treasure Valley Community College is externally complete. Representatives from TVCC, Oppenheimer Development Corp., Petra Construction, architect CSHQA, Caldwell East Urban Renewal Agency and the city of Caldwell planned to gather ...

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Mountjoy named dean of NNU business school 

Stephen Mountjoy, Northwest Nazarene University School of Business acting dean since August, has been named dean and will transition to the new assignment immediately. Mountjoy brings strong academic credentials and a background in business leadership to the dean’s post, the ...

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