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Micron Technology adds Lynn Dugle to board of directors

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Micron Technology, Inc. added Lynn Dugle to its board of directors. Dugle has more than 30 years of experience in the defense, intelligence and high-tech industries. She was previously chief executive officer, president and chair of the board of directors ...

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App draws Yellowstone tourists to rural Idaho neighborhood

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JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — “This is not it.” Eugenio Bautista uttered that all-too-common realization after rolling to a stop along Stateline Road recently. En route with his family from Yosemite National Park, the roadtripper from Chicago had slept in Idaho ...

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Idaho Power announces several transitions, promotions (access required)

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Idaho Power announced that Tom Harvey, vice president of power supply, will retire Aug. 7, 2020, after 40 years with the company. During his career, Harvey has been involved with managing Idaho Power’s electrical generation assets, integrated resource planning process, water ...

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Boise Startup Week 2020 seeks participants, presenters (access required)

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Dreamers, innovators, entrepreneurs and community members alike are invited to be part of Boise Startup Week 2020. The free event promoting local startups and entrepreneurs is seeking topic talks, business pitches and product ideas, from technology to business to social ...

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Record number of Idaho businesses make Inc. 5000 list (access required)

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Eight Idaho businesses have made significant revenue growth in the past few years, which has propelled them onto the 2020 Inc. 5000 list, a prestigious list of the fastest-growing privately held small businesses in the U.S. Medical Information Software Technology ...

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Critics urge Utah cities to leave Idaho nuclear power project

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Utah Taxpayers Association and a former member of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission are urging cities that have signed on to a planned nuclear power plant in Idaho to get out while they can ...

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Thor Swensson joins Shadow Trackers as director of business development

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Thor Swensson has joined Shadow Trackers, an employment background screening firm, as its director of business development. Swensson has had a successful career in sales and business development and most recently worked for the United Way of Cascade County in ...

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Push to close gyms due to COVID-19 doesn’t work out (access required)

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In response to the current surge of COVID-19 cases, the Central Health District of Idaho briefly discussed closing Ada County gyms at its Aug. 4 meeting and put it on the agenda for its Aug. 11 meeting as an action ...

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