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Mountain Home downtown revitalization nears completion (access required)

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Downtown Mountain Home is getting a new look. By mid-December, the community’s first phase of downtown revitalization is scheduled to be completed roughly three months after it broke ground. The dated infrastructure hadn’t been updated since the 1960s, said Courtney ...

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No, the state isn’t going to kick HP out of its buildings

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HP’s Boise campus isn’t at risk of a government takeover, according to the Idaho Department of Administration. Speculation that HP would be forced to leave when its lease expires isn’t true, said Bryan Mooney, director of the Department of Administration. ...

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University collaboration could resurrect ‘higher education CEO’ proposal (access required)

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New presidents of Idaho state universities, with an increased spirit of collaboration, could resurrect a several-year-old plan to consolidate some university services to save money. On. Oct. 8, Gov. Brad Little led what he called a “fireside chat” among the ...

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Controller signs $55 million IT contract (access required)

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The Idaho State Controller has officially signed a contract with Deloitte Consulting LLP for implementation services for its new Luma system. The total amount of the not-to-exceed contract amount for implementation services spanning the life of the project (September of ...

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Gov. Brad Little travels world to sell Idaho products (access required)

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Idaho’s best salesman — and top elected official — just got back from a diplomatic and trade mission to several European countries and is about to lead a trade mission to Taiwan and Hong Kong. In between, he also found time to ...

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