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Proposed med school goes before accreditation board again

A proposed for-profit osteopathic medical school in Idaho may have to delay its opening date a year if a national accreditation agency does not sign off on its plans this month. That could postpone other projects, including a proposed $3 ...

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Vermont radioactive waste water could be trucked to Idaho

Federal officials are considering approving a plan to truck 200,000 gallons of low-level radioactive waste water from a closed eastern U.S. nuclear power plant to Idaho. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission said an environmental assessment found no significant impact to the ...

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Boise’s tech scene ranks above average nationally and in the West (access required)

Boise’s technology sector ranks above average when compared against the country at large and in similar western states, according to a new report. The finance advising website WalletHub ranked 100 U.S. cities on the quality of engineering colleges, the number ...

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Hadi Partovi: Idaho schools need to do more with computer science (access required)

Idaho and national tech and economic development experts gathered in Boise April 4 were told that if they want to continue to keep growing their tech industries, they need to get schools to graduate more computer scientists. Code.org founder Hadi ...

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Nelson’s RV dealerships sold to Camping World (access required)

The family owned, Garden City-based Nelson’s RV has been sold to Camping World. The sale closed April 6 and the Nelson’s website immediately made the transition to Camping World, which claims to be the nation’s largest RV dealer. Nelson’s RV ...

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Boise River rising along with flood insurance policy sales

The level of water in the Boise River — already past flood stage in heavily populated southwest Idaho — will be raised again, federal officials said April 6. The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced ...

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T-O Engineers acquires Pharmer Engineering (access required)

Meridian-based T-O Engineers Inc. has acquired Boise-based Pharmer Engineering. Pharmer Engineering, established in 2003, has 10 employees and specializes in water and wastewater treatment systems for municipal, private and industrial clients throughout the Treasure Valley and across North America. T-O ...

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