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Tamarack ski season will begin Dec. 20

After months of uncertainty, Tamarack ski operations will start Dec. 20. On Dec. 6, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Terry Myers approved a request by the Tamarack Municipal Association to begin lift operations, including preparation of lodge facilities. The TMA has already ...

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Tamarack battles to stay out of liquidation

Lawyers for a Swiss bank that leads lenders owed millions by Tamarack Resort were in U.S. Bankruptcy Court on Monday, trying to convince a judge to move the beleaguered vacation getaway out of a reorganization and into liquidation. Credit Suisse ...

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Government settles E. Idaho health care fraud case

Federal prosecutors say they have reached a $2.4 million settlement in a health care fraud case involving two speech therapists from eastern Idaho. The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced the deal reached last week with Matthew Stevens, Michelle Dahlberg and their ...

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IACI gives boost to economics education group (access required)

Nearly 500 high school students huddled around tables inside Boise State University’s Jordan Ballroom to plot how to boost trade as “economic advisors” to dozens of developing countries Dec. 2. The students congregated for an International Economic Summit, one of ...

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Food safety bill raises cost, paperwork concerns (access required)

Mike Heath could face more expense and paperwork to operate his organic farm near Buhl if a proposed overhaul of America’s food safety system becomes law. “I’m just afraid they’re going to get to the point where the small guys ...

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Conoco road permit foes increase; expect ‘irreparable harm’

The number of opponents to ConocoPhillips’ plan to ship four coke drums from the Port of Lewiston to Billings, Mont., along the U.S. 12 river corridor has increased. The petition to the department, filed Nov. 17, shows an increase in ...

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