TWIN FALLS – Typically, economic development organizations promote regions by leading tours of site selectors. COVID-19 has made that difficult, so Southern Idaho Economic Development has started leading virtual tours instead, called FAM tours. “We want to make sure we’re ...Read More »
In an attempt to improve election security, the Idaho Secretary of State’s office is using software from a Boise company, PlexTrac. “The PlexTrac platform will allow the Idaho SOS cybersecurity team to collaborate effectively across all counties for reporting and ...
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New restrictions imposed by the U.S. government on Chinese manufacturer Huawei last week aren’t likely to affect Micron Inc. but could presage additional future restrictions that could impact the Boise-based chip manufacturer. Jim Handy, a veteran Micron analyst and general ...
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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho is holding an entirely mail-in primary for the first time as the state works to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. Ballots needed to be requested by May 17 and returned by 8 p.m. ...Read More »
Gov. Brad Little announced some additions and changes to Idaho’s plan to reopen its economy at a May 14 press conference targeted at small businesses. “We are one of the first states to reopen our economy,” Little stated. “We are ...Read More »
If you’re an Idaho small business still looking for help getting through the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus, the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) still has $122 billion. That’s “billion,” with a B. “The key message we ...
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LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) — Idaho state Rep. Thyra Stevenson died Monday, a week after suffering a serious heart attack. She was 75. The Lewiston Tribune reports that Stevenson, a Republican, represented the 6th Legislative District, which includes Nez Perce and ...Read More »