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Emmett adds to fiber optic network

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Emmett is continuing to add fiber optic cabling to its city-owned network, and is starting to foresee the time when all city offices and resources are hooked up. At that point, the city can start thinking about how to provide ...

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Idaho company ordered to pay $44M in trade secrets lawsuit

A Boise-based software company has been ordered to pay SS&C Technologies Holdings Inc. $44 million in damages in a lawsuit over trade secrets. Officials with Clearwater Analytics did not immediately respond to a request for comment from The Associated Press. ...

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Idaho state controller upgrades open government website

An Idaho official says a new upgrade to the state’s open-data transparency website will make it easier for people to get a look at the state’s financial information. The Transparent Idaho website is updated every night and has information about ...

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Idaho appeals ruling ordering release of execution records

Idaho prison officials are appealing a judge’s order that they turn over documents containing the source of lethal injection drugs used in a recent execution. The Idaho Department of Correction filed the notice of appeal this week in Ada County’s ...

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Idaho, Utah seek to defend Trump drilling plan lawsuit

Two states are seeking to intervene on the side of the federal government after four conservation groups asked a judge to immediately halt drilling, mining and other activities to protect habitat for a ground-dwelling bird in seven Western states. Idaho ...

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Idaho governor creates group to cut state inefficiencies

Idaho Gov. Brad Little on Thursday issued an executive order forming a working group to find ways to cut inefficiencies in state government. Little announced the creation of the Regional Government Efficiency Working Group and named Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin, ...

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Idaho governor says federal-state program may tame wildfires

Local, state and federal officials along with conservation groups and logging interests have to find common ground to reduce increasingly destructive wildfires in the U.S. West, Gov. Brad Little said Tuesday. He told several hundred participants at an Idaho Forest ...

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