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Old-school segment producing for nextScan

Like many high-tech firms, nextScan plans new offerings for new markets. Unlike many high-tech firms, the Meridian-based company (www.nextscan.com) thrives on working with old technology: microfilm. The manufacturing that nextScan does is not a good candidate for outsourcing overseas, partly ...

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Stevens-Henager College eyes new locations as execs move up (access required)

Stevens-Henager College by year’s end aims to have two to three small-footprint education centers opened in Idaho, said Shane Reeder, regional director based at the Boise campus. “We are exploring ways to deliver education in smaller communities,” he said. The ...

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Law school application rise may not result in more lawyers (access required)

Applications to Idaho’s only law school rose 18 percent in 2010, a far greater increase than the national average. Students submitted 859 completed applications to the University of Idaho’s College of Law, Dean Don Burnett said, compared to last year’s ...

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Stevens-Henager College plans Nampa site (access required)

Stevens-Henager College Nampa Satellite is planned in a 15,000-square-foot space north of Interstate 84 near Karcher and Midland roads. The college will occupy a building in Treasure Valley Crossing. The Stevens-Henager College Boise Campus, which anchors a large building at ...

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