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Idaho homeowners fight Texas company over natural gas well

A group of southwestern Idaho homeowners who say their mineral rights are being taken away is fighting a Texas company that is asking Idaho officials to settle the matter so a natural gas well can be drilled. An attorney representing ...

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High stakes: Nation’s high security industries work to combat cyberattacks (access required)

For companies like the Bethesda, Maryland-based Lockheed Martin, the threat of a cyberattack calls for accelerated preparation. Lockheed Martin is where military aircraft, including the F-16 fighter jet and the Black Hawk helicopter, are designed and manufactured. The company, which ...

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Australian active wear business moves to Ketchum through TRI program (access required)

Ketchum is home to yet another company deciding to move its operation to Sun Valley – the Australian active clothing store for women Vie Active. Vie Active was founded in Bondi Beach near Sydney in 2013 by Noa Ries, CEO ...

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Idaho homeowners fight Texas company over natural gas well

A group of southwestern Idaho homeowners who say their mineral rights are being taken away is fighting a Texas company that is asking Idaho officials to settle the matter so a natural gas well can be drilled. An attorney representing ...

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Buying security: Weighing the costs of cyber insurance (access required)

Most business owners whom Valerie Corekin works with don’t consider the cyber-insurance plan they’re weighing as crucial to their risk management strategy as life insurance is for their personal lives. But business owners “who think that they don’t have to ...

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Conservatives seek ally in Trump in Western land disputes

Conservatives who have long complained about the government’s control of vast Western lands hope they will have a new ally in Donald Trump, who has sent mixed signals about how he might manage land and whether he would relinquish federal ...

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Audit: Idaho Racing Commission broke law distributing funds

The Idaho Racing Commission broke the law when it distributed funds collected from now-defunct historical horse racing betting terminals, state auditors said. Legislative auditors said in a report released Dec. 13 that the commission gave two horse breeder associations about ...

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Idaho Credit Union League partners with Northwest association (access required)

Idaho credit unions will have access to the resources of the Northwest Credit Union Association for two years beginning January 1. The Idaho Credit Union League has entered into an agreement with the Northwest Credit Union Association of Oregon and ...

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