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Micron stock rises from 52-week low (access required)

Micron Technology stock showed new life in heavy trading earlier this month. Micron rose 31 cents to $13.19 on Feb. 2, after hitting a one-year low of $12.79 Jan. 31. The one-year high, $18.65, came in September. Trading volume of ...

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Energy company to buy 4,000 acres for proposed Idaho nuclear plant (access required)

Virginia-based Alternate Energy Holdings Inc. in December announced plans to build a 1,500-megawatt nuclear plant in southwestern Idaho. The company, created last year, also said it was considering the possibility making the facility a co-generation nuclear and ethanol plant.   ...

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CONTRACTS AWARDED (access required)

Idaho Sand & Gravel Co., Nampa, was awarded a contract for phase one of the Ustick Road widening from Five Mile Road to Cole Road. Cost estimate: $8,118,889. ESI (Engineered Structures Inc.), Boise, was awarded a contract for a Kohl’s ...

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Potlatch Corp. withdraws plan to burn petroleum byproduct (access required)

A pulp and paper mill in northern Idaho has withdrawn its request for permission to burn petcoke, a fuel derived from tires or a byproduct of the petroleum refining process, a company official said.   Some people had feared it ...

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Hard Water (access required)

Civic officials cast a skeptical eye on members of the Idaho Plumbing Board membership over water-softener rule

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Building Permits (access required)

BUILDING PERMITS CITY OF BOISE PERMIT/TYPE    OWNER    BUILDER    LOCATION    VALUE 00243-sign    Meulman Mollerup LLC    Golden West Advertising    755 W. Front St.    8,000 00231-demolition    Boise City (Air Terminal)    Rule Steel Inc.    2969 Harvard    10,000 00290-roof    Shepherd Lutheran Church    Dotson Roofing    5009 ...

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Well la-de-da – Idaho in the Old Gray Lady (access required)

    The New York Times has its own version of the Idaho Legislature vs. Gov. Otter story about the Statehouse renovation and expansion. They even have pictures of Butch in a vest and Sen. John McGee taking his seat in a ...

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Innovation a tough sell at Legislature (access required)

The first Ideas Innovations Idaho Day was Jan. 30 at the Idaho Legislature. The event was organized by the Office of Science and Technology to showcase the state’s science and technology businesses to lawmakers. It was not an overwhelming success. ...

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ROUNDUP (access required)

Capital Commercial Properties LLC, a commercial real estate brokerage, opened recently at 805 W. Idaho St., Suite 302. Bob Hildebran and Ramona Hildebran operate the firm. He previously worked for the Marcus & Millichap investment real estate firm in Boise. ...

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