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Conservation groups seek to delay exploratory mining project (access required)

Advocates for the West is trying to stop  Idaho CuMo Mining Corporation from drilling about 130 exploratory holes in the Boise National Forest, saying the Forest Service did not do a good job of evaluating the project. The Boise group ...

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New office will help Idaho exporters (access required)

Now that Idaho companies export billions of dollars worth of goods to 161 countries, federal regulatory agencies are planning to keep a closer eye on the state. The Office of Export Enforcement, the agency that investigates whether companies are following ...

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New app can help airport restaurants serve rushed customers (access required)

Restaurants in the Boise Airport hope to better serve clients rushing to their next flight through the use of a new app. Grab is an app that allows time-pressed travelers to place orders from gate-side restaurants and retailers while waiting ...

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Up where drones fly, compliance with law is hazy (access required)

Many Idahoans using drones without a permit instead of going through an expensive Federal Aviation Administration licensing process. While recreational use is allowed, business use of drones requires an exemption from the FAA. There have been 23 exemptions issued to ...

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A word with public speaking coach Nancy Buffington (access required)

Nancy Buffington is a former college professor who now counsels people through one of the most common phobias: The fear of public speaking. Buffington coached this year’s TEDxBoise speakers, is co-writing a book on public speaking, and often speaks or ...

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More than 300 salute influential Idaho CEOs

Idaho Business Review‘s CEOs of Influence awards event felt like a high-energy party May 11, with movers and shakers from yesterday, today and tomorrow on the guest list. It was the sixth gathering for the event. With the latest group ...

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State officials plan second plug at toxic central Idaho mine

State officials plan to put in a second plug at a leaking mine opening in central Idaho to prevent the potential release of millions of gallons of toxic waste near the resort towns of Ketchum and Sun Valley. About 200 ...

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Feds push for opening of road in Idaho grizzly bear habitat

Citing national security needs, U.S. Customs and Border Protection says it wants to reopen an Idaho road that was closed to protect grizzly bear habitat near the Canadian border. The 6-mile section of Bog Creek Road in Idaho Panhandle National ...

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