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Wednesday morning roundup (access required)

A youth soccer tournament planned in Twin Falls this coming weekend is expected to bring 700 athletes and their families to the community. Businesses there are being given a heads-up to expect a big bonus in revenue from the event. ...

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Auditors to examine CCDC salaries, debt structure (access required)

Auditors at the city of Boise informed the Boise City Council Tuesday that they have determined some items of interest they plan to look into as they pursue their audit of Capital City Development Corp. Among the items on the ...

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Tuesday morning roundup (access required)

Should the Gem State’s spuds be honored with a month of their own? Idaho’s congressional delegation thinks so. The congressmen have introduced two resolutions that would designate May 2007 as “Idaho Potato Month.” This month marks the 70th anniversary of ...

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Ellick appointment a good decision (access required)

Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter’s appointment of James M. Ellick as director of the Idaho Department of Commerce indicates his recognition of the importance of high-tech to Idaho’s future. It was a wise choice from a governor whose strength should be ...

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MPC reports quarterly loss (access required)

MPC Corp. reported a net loss of $5.2 million on net revenue of $56.8 million for the quarter ending March 31, 2007. Revenue declined 14.6 percent compared to the same period in 2006, though the net loss for the same ...

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Let the Web work for you (access required)

This morning I hurried over to the Doubletree Riverside for the Capital City Communicators spring seminar on “Using New Media to Engage Your Customers.” I got there just in time to catch the tail end of Mark Danielson’s presentation on ...

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“Speaking on Business” host: Networking a never-ending responsibility (access required)

Businesses can’t afford to stop networking and prospecting just because the economy is booming, Fred Ball says. “If you do get complacent, you will become the forgotten business of tomorrow,” Ball, a Zions Bank senior vice president and host of ...

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State files securities suit against Henzler, BCM (access required)

The Idaho Department of Finance has filed a complaint in the Third District Court in Caldwell against Glenn B. Henzler and BCM Enterprises, LLC, claiming the parties violated Idaho Uniform Securities Act registration and anti-fraud provisions. The department contends that ...

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Idaho Community Foundation to honor Kissler Family entity (access required)

The Idaho Community Foundation plans to present its 2007 Friend of the Foundation award to Kissler Family Foundation President Jim Kissler during its annual luncheon at noon May 16 at Boise Centre on the Grove. Norco Inc. CEO Jim Kissler, ...

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