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Some states place limits on secret harassment settlements

Confidentiality agreements have come under fire during the #MeToo movement as one way abusive men have been able to hold on to their jobs, and keep harassing more women. State lawmakers are listening. They introduced bills in at least 16 ...

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Idaho State athletic director placed on administrative leave

Idaho State athletic director Jeff Tingey has been placed on administrative leave by the school. The school says President Kevin Satterlee felt it was in the best interest of the university to place Tingey on administrative leave, but didn’t give ...

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Idaho agencies reach deal on recreation on state lands

The Idaho Fish and Game Commission will pay about $360,000 a year to retain public recreation access to nearly 3,600 square miles of state land. The state Fish and Game Commission agreed on August 23 to pay the state endowment ...

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Idaho AG reaches settlement with Idaho Falls publisher

Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden announced his office has reached a settlement with an Idaho Falls-based magazine publisher. According to Wasden’s office, Gary and Sharon Mueller — owners of the Idaho Life LLC — will pay roughly $8,400 in refunds ...

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Prices for newly built homes fell in July

Sales of new U.S. homes slumped 1.7 percent in July, the second straight monthly decline as the broader housing market appears to have lost some of its momentum despite an otherwise solid economy. The Commerce Department said August 23 that ...

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Eagle’s first movie theater will join TSheets at Bridges at Lakemoor (access required)

The Bridges at Lakemoor, ostensibly a planned retail-heavy center, started construction in 2016 with the new corporate headquarters for the swiftly growing tech start-up TSheets. The first two retail buildings, each 11,000 square feet along a pond and Eagle Road, ...

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Roundup 8.24.18 (access required)

The Huntley Law Firm leased 1,826 square feet in the Banner Bank building, 950 W. Bannock St., in Boise.  Greg Gaddis and Bill Beck of Tenant Realty Advisors represented the tenant.  Gary Christensen represented himself as owner of the building. ...

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Tax fraud from identify theft is decreasing in Idaho

Idaho officials say tax fraud from identity theft is decreasing in the state. The Idaho State Tax Commission in a news release August 23 says it stopped more than $129,000 fraudulent income tax refund requests so far this year. The ...

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Murray votes to move forward with nuclear energy project

Murray City Council voted to continue its investment in exploring the country’s first small modular nuclear reactor. The Salt Lake Tribune reports Murray, with its additional $15,000 investment approved August 21, has now committed $30,000 to the Carbon Free Power ...

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Half-marathon sponsor going out of business, not issuing refunds

A race organizer has announced he is going out of business less than three weeks before a planned half-marathon in the Boise area and says he won’t refund payments made to participate in future events. Final Kick Events owner Wayne ...

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