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Efforts to expand Pullman-Moscow airport runway hit snag

Plans to expand the runway at the Pullman-Moscow Regional Airport have run into a snag, as the proposal could lead to the demolition of dozens of buildings at Washington State University. The airport needs to lengthen and widen its main ...

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Intermountain Energy Summit will focus on alternative energy in its third year

The third annual Intermountain Energy Summit will focus on clean energy and will feature presentations from two U.S. Department of Energy assistant secretaries. The Intermountain Energy Summit began in 2014 with a conference focused on how to better use the ...

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New laws include no-permit carry, powdered alcohol ban

Idahoans can carry a concealed gun without needing licenses or training starting July 1, just in time for Independence Day. The change is just one of the new laws going into effect on July 1, which is the start of ...

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State grant helps Idaho inventor find a market for his ankle device

An Idaho businessman who created an ankle guard to protect athletes is finding an unexpected market in the elderly and chronically injured. Chris Dean is selling his Ankle Roll Guard online, working with distributors, and is trying to get the ...

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Senators reach deal on GMO labeling

Senators have a bipartisan deal to require labeling of genetically modified ingredients nationally, a week before a labeling law in Vermont goes into effect. The deal announced June 23 by the top Republican and Democrat on the Senate Agriculture Committee ...

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Idaho health exchange working to address tax form delays

Your Health Idaho is actively working to ensure that customers don’t see another delay in receiving a critical tax form needed to prove health coverage and avoid a tax penalty, said exchange officials on June 24. The state’s health insurance ...

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Montana and Idaho CDC unveils its new name (access required)

The Montana Community Development Corp. formally changed its name June 6 to Montana & Idaho Community Development Corp. after informally adopting the Idaho name earlier this year already. Montana CDC had completed $93 million in five New Market Tax Credit ...

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Small grants will help train manufacturing workers (access required)

Two Idaho Department of Labor grants will provide workforce training for the aviation industry and for manufacturing companies. Minidoka County School District received $25,000 from the department and $51,610 worth of cash and support from industry partners such as Amalgamated ...

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