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Tamarack Resort foreclosure trial to begin Monday (access required)

The first phase of the foreclosure trial against Tamarack Resort by Credit Suisse begins in Valley County on Monday. According to the Valley County clerk’s office, Fourth District Judge Patrick Owen will be presiding over the case which will take ...

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City of Ponderay proposes hotel tax

Residents in the northern Idaho town of Ponderay are set to vote on a proposed 5-percent bed tax for short-term motel and hotel visits. The Bonner County Daily Bee reports that if it’s approved on Nov. 2, the tax would ...

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Otter: Idaho backs Arizona in immigration lawsuit

Idaho is backing Arizona’s law meant to curb illegal immigration. Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter said Friday he’s filed a court brief backing Arizona’s appeal with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Otter says states should be able to concurrently ...

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Nampa’s Amalgamated Sugar to expand (access required)

A two-year, $22.1 million construction project at Nampa’s Amalgamated Sugar plant has begun. Plant Manager Kent Quinney confirmed the company has begun installation of new sugar making equipment that is expected to increase sugar extraction from sugar beets at its ...

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Nampa cheese maker reaches settlement (access required)

Sorrento Lactalis Inc. paid $315,000 to settle with the U.S. government, and voluntarily invested more than $100,000 on facility improvements, in response to effluent discharge and monitoring problems at its cheese factory in Nampa. The discharges happened at a post-production ...

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Sugar supply less certain following beet-seed ruling (access required)

In the Dry Lake area south of Nampa, Paul Rasgorshek of Rasgorshek Farms is growing 310 acres of sugar beets for harvest in mid-October. He also is preparing some ground, where wheat was just harvested, to receive part of next ...

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GBAD chair agrees to mediation with Boise visitors bureau (access required)

The Greater Boise Auditorium District’s board chairman says he’d sit down with leaders of the Boise Convention and Visitors Bureau under the guidance of a professional mediator, though he doesn’t really see the point. After a meeting called by Boise ...

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