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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 Central District Health Dept. four-hour Idaho Food Safety & Sanitation course, 1-5 p.m., 707 N. Armstrong Pl., Boise. Completing the course provides an Idaho certification in food safety under the state’s Food Protection Program. Cost: $30, includes ...

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Coeur d’Alene company makes Inc. Magazine list (access required)

NightHawk Radiology Services in Coeur d’Alene has been named to the 2006 Inc. 500, Inc. Magazine’s list of the 500 fastest-growing private businesses in the country. NightHawk ranks 43 on the list, with a growth rate of 1,272% from 2002 ...

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Should Idaho be the potato state? (access required)

“Do you think Idaho is overcoming its image as ‘the potato state’ — or should it?” I do believe it is positive for Idaho to be known for other things in addition to being “the potato state.” Being known as ...

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BSU College of Engineering Day celebrates program’s 10th year (access required)

Bob Kustra, president of Boise State University, was halfway through his speech commemorating the 10th anniversary of the BSU College of Engineering when the display next to him started to collapse. A nearby student put his education to use and ...

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BSU College of Engineering Day celebrates program’s 10th year (access required)

Bob Kustra, president of Boise State University, was halfway through his speech commemorating the 10th anniversary of the BSU College of Engineering when the display next to him started to collapse. A nearby student put his education to use and ...

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Take a shuttle from downtown to the game (access required)

The Downtown Boise Association has arranged free Downtown Bronco Shuttles for the Boise State University football season. The shuttles, operated by Boise Tours and sponsored by Food Services of America, will run two hours prior to and immediately after game ...

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Key Foundation hands out funds to nonprofits (access required)

The Key Foundation, the philanthropic arm of KeyBank, has donated $30,500 to Idaho nonprofit organizations during the second quarter of 2006. Between April and June, Key Foundation grants were made to nine Idaho organizations, including the Boise Art Museum. Key ...

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Round Up (access required)

Ox-Gen Flexible Life Systems, a supplier of non-pressurized, portable oxygen generators for emergency and recreational use, has leased 5,697 square feet of office space at 200 N. 23rd Street in Boise. Karen Warner of Colliers International facilitated the transaction. Archiver’s, ...

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