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$27 million buys a lot of pizza (access required)

Pizza Hut Four companies based in Boise, operating a total of 59 Pizza Hut franchises, have been sold for $27.1 million. Click here to read the story IBR had first.

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Idaho foundation proposes new college campus in Sandpoint (access required)

A foundation has proposed spending at least $20 million to build a new campus to house programs from the University of Idaho and North Idaho College.   The Wild Rose Foundation, based in Bonner County, is also offering to donate ...

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Hospital bill won't be introduced in Idaho Legislature (access required)

Certificate-of-need legislation will not get a public hearing this year. The House State Affairs Committee voted to return the proposal to its sponsor, the Idaho Hospital Association.  (Click here to read more about the proposed legislation.)  The proposed legislation would ...

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Yes, Roger, you could do better (access required)

Yesterday we posted a story about Idaho Commerce and Labor Department leader Roger Madsen’s presentation to the Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee of the Idaho Legislature. Madsen was asked about the department’s support of technology. (Hey, people are starting to ...

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Sale of Orofino lumber company means end of water system (access required)

Residents who rely on spring water supplied by a northern Idaho lumber mill are worried they will lose their water once the pending sale of the mill is complete. Konkolville Lumber Co. near Orofino maintains a spring-fed water system supplying ...

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'We don't want to be one of those people' (access required)

Rendering of proposed 23-story residential tower As IBR reported last week, Gary Christensen and Clay Carley plan to redevelop the Boise Rescue Mission site on Front Street. A 23-story residential tower would be the first phase of a two-block project. ...

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Business Briefs (access required)

Boise energy company receives governor’s award Idaho Business Review U.S. Geothermal, a Boise-based renewable energy development company, was the recipient of the Governor’s Clean Energy Award at the recent Harvesting Clean Energy Conference. The award recognizes U.S. Geothermal contribution to ...

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CORRECTION (access required)

A Jan. 22 story, ‘U of I engineering school turns 100,’ mistakenly reported that graduate enrollment in engineering programs at the University of Idaho is four times that of BSU. Graduate enrollment at Boise State is 270, while the University ...

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