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The right technology can keep lawyers one step ahead (access required)

When it comes to law-office technology, there are the must-haves, the don’t-needs and the wish lists. “It’s easy to fall into the trap of seeing something flashy and imagining how it’s going to make your firm more efficient,” said Michael ...

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Judge’s order revives movement to remove Snake River dams

Conservationists and others have renewed a push to remove four giant dams from the Snake River to save wild salmon runs, after a federal judge criticized the government for failing to consider whether breaching the dams would save the fish. ...

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State officials OK utility’s community solar project

State officials have approved a utility company’s application to build a solar power project southeast of Boise funded by customers who buy subscriptions. The Idaho Public Utilities Commission the week of Oct. 31 approved Idaho Power’s application for the 500-kilowatt ...

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A word with Sid Gauby of the Southern Idaho Food Truck Association (access required)

Sid Gauby is the president of the Southern Idaho Food Truck Association, a two-year-old organization that was formed to advocate for Idaho’s food truck owners and operators. Gauby, owner of Slow River Coffee, has a background as a church pastor ...

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Department of Commerce seeks change to TRI program

The Idaho Department of Commerce will ask legislators to add a project category to the state’s Tax Reimbursement Incentive program so the program can better accommodate small businesses in 2017. A TRI is a tax credit available to moving or expanding ...

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Low key & high tech: IBR Breakfast Series report (access required)

Introduction: Low key & high tech More and more tech startups are making an appearance in the Boise area and throughout Idaho. That’s a good thing — the jobs pay well and attract highly educated and skilled professionals. But starting a ...

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Initiative helps veterans move into the workforce (access required)

The J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation is working to build a better network between Idaho veterans and employers. The foundation founded Mission43 in March to build a networking system that connects veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan ...

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Awareness, education about dementia issues is key at work (access required)

Banks sometimes get to know their customers by name, giving them a hearty “hello” when they arrive. They may know their birthday and the latest developments in their life. It’s just good business. But what happens when the customer arrives ...

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Study blames low 2015 Western snowpack on high temperatures

The western United States set records for low winter snowpack levels in 2015, and a new report blames high temperatures rather than low precipitation levels, according to a new study. Greenhouse gases appear to be a major contributor to the ...

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