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Restaurants add apps targeting user data

Three restaurant chains with a presence in Boise plan to launch apps that will help them gather consumer data. The mobile apps will allow customers to order and pay ahead, according to Nation’s Restaurant News. Jamba Juice said the mobile ...

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Northern Idaho wildfires destroy 42 homes, kill horses

Strong winds continued to fuel wildfires ravaging across Idaho on Aug. 17, where multiple blazes have resulted in the destruction of 42 homes and at least 79 buildings up north near the town of Kamiah. Currently, 15 large wildfires are ...

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Wildfires raging in Northwest destroy homes, threaten more

Several major wildfires in the Northwest have destroyed homes, forced residents to flee and threatened many more homes as they continued to rage across Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Dozens of homes, vacation cabins and other structures have burned, and authorities ...

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Wyoming trustees approve medical education budget request

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees has approved a budget request for the UW medical school. During a special meeting Aug. 12, the board approved a medical school budget request that seeks nearly $10 million more for the program. ...

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Idaho, Oregon lawmakers push new way to pay for wildfires

A bipartisan effort seeking to change the way the country pays to fight disastrous wildfires has been renewed after stalling repeatedly from lawmakers hesitant to approve letting firefighting agencies use dollars meant for natural disaster rather than money set aside ...

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Federal judge sanctions Idaho over prison health care

A federal judge has sanctioned Idaho for misleading the court about medical and mental health care for inmates. The ruling from U.S. District Judge David Carter means that the Idaho Department of Correction will remain under the court’s supervision until ...

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Panel: Gap exists between education and work force needs (access required)

A “serious” gap exists between what Idahoans are learning and what the workplace demands, causing employers to look out of state for quality applicants. That was the sentiment from a discussion August 11 hosted by the Idaho Business Review titled ...

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After more than a century in one spot, giant sequoia will make a move

A giant sequoia that has stood for more than a century on Jefferson Street will be moving to a new location sometime in the next few years as Saint Luke’s Health System undertakes its campus expansion. The 95-foot tree is ...

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