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Idaho lawsuit against suction-dredge miner can proceed

A U.S. District Court judge in Idaho has rejected a California man’s request to dismiss an environmental group’s lawsuit against him concerning suction dredging for gold in Idaho rivers without required federal permits. Chief U.S. Magistrate Judge Ronald E. Bush ...

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SEC sues Idaho investment firm Yellowstone Partners LLC

The Securities and Exchange Commission is suing a defunct Idaho investment firm contending that two company officers purposely overbilled clients. The lawsuit filed in Idaho’s U.S. District Court on Monday names Yellowstone Partners LLC and former CEO David Henry Hansen. ...

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Idaho submits work-requirement waiver for Medicaid expansion

Idaho officials on Friday submitted a work-requirement waiver to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for Medicaid expansion, and they say four other waivers will likely be submitted by December. The Idaho Department of Health & Welfare is ...

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Under Armour trademark dispute puts start-up plans on hold

Retail giant Under Armour has sued a family business in a trademark dispute over its name Cascade Armory, officials said. Business owners Alex Short and his wife Diana received a cease-and-desist letter ahead of plans to open a retail front ...

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College of Idaho student digs? Shipping container dorms

CALDWELL, Idaho (AP) — The College of Idaho has a record number of incoming students this year, and campus housing is tight. Nampa television station KIVI reports the Caldwell school is teaming up with the local company indieDwell to build new dorms ...

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Round Up 10.1.19 (access required)

WL Business Way LLC purchased 10.64 acres of industrial land located at 6728 S. Business Way in Boise. Shane Jimenez of Lee & Associates Idaho, LLC facilitated the transaction. Katie’s Kids Preschool leased 4,200 square feet of retail space at 1167 E. Iron ...

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Legislature’s working group to examine property taxes, municipal budget increases

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The Idaho Legislature has formed a working group with the intention of looking at city and county property taxes, which could include lowering the amount of city and county budgets as well as reducing the amount that individuals pay. “That’s ...

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Adler looks to grow Treasure Valley’s industrial market (access required)

Demand for space from new and expanding industrial tenants is keeping developers busy in the Treasure Valley. The reasons for the growth are a well-told story: Idaho is a great location for warehouse operations that can easily reach nearly all ...

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OK, now Boise has 5G cellular service

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Portions of the Treasure Valley – including unspecified parts of Meridian as well as a number of locations in Boise – now have access to 5G cellphone service through Verizon. The announcement was expected. Verizon has been installing the small ...

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