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Stakeholders break ground on research dairy in Rupert (access required)

University of Idaho (U of I) and its partners broke ground June 30 on what will be the nation’s largest and most advanced research dairy. The $22.5 million research dairy is intended to help provide answers to help dairy producers ...

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Idaho State University opens clinics and renovates facilities to provide accessible health care treatment  (access required)

Idaho State University (ISU) has made noticeable strides in providing accessible health care treatment and giving its students the opportunities to succeed in the industry.   Pocatello’s Dental Hygiene Clinic  Among these recent developments is the renovated Dental Hygiene Clinic in ...

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US-95 lawsuit and construction both move forward (access required)

Despite an active court challenge by environmentalists, on June 7, the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) announced the start of construction on the contested realignment of Highway US-95 south of Moscow. Though the safety-oriented project was first proposed more than 25 ...

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New affordable housing, entrepreneurial spaces coming to Driggs  (access required)

Thanks to a collaboration of the public and private sectors, an affordable housing project in Driggs is taking shape. The plan for Depot Square is to provide 30 deed-restricted (designated and below market rate) residential units, a few live/work units and ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ ITD awards I-86, I-15 reconstruction project to Sundt-Cannon (access required)

Looking up the off-ramp from northbound I-15 at exit 119. The free-flowing right-turn lane will be at the top of the ramp.

Sundt Construction and its joint venture partner Cannon Builders were recently awarded the Interstate 86 and Interstate 15 system interchange reconstruction project near Pocatello. Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) awarded the $112 million project to the companies. The project, according to ...

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