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Idahoans monitor health of state’s most famous son (access required)

By Brad Carlson IDAHO BUSINESS REVIEW J.R. Simplot remained in the intensive-care unit of St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix last week, recovering from a head injury and the subsequent surgery, J.R. Simplot Co. spokesman Fred Zerza said. Simplot, whose 98th ...

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Building Permits (access required)

BUILDING PERMITS CITY OF BOISE PERMIT/TYPE OWNER BUILDER LOCATION VALUE 01788-commercial not listed Petra, Inc. 2762 Featherly Way 40,000 03181-commercial Hap Taylor & Sons Primary Const. 5450 W. Gowen Rd 350,000 03615-sign not listed Signs by Tomorrow 605 S. Americana ...

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SOS, part 4 – $10.9 million for the dairy industry (access required)

Butch Otter of course will support farming and ranching interests. There will be $10.9 million in his budget for a “dairy and animal research and education facility” in the Twin Falls area. So will he have anything for the tech ...

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Allstate grants $3,500 to Idaho nonprofits (access required)

Seven Allstate representatives in Idaho recently delivered grants of $500 each to nonprofit organizations. Boise-area recipients were Ada County 4-H, Neighborhood Housing Services and Hope House, according to an Allstate statement. The Allstate Foundation made the grants through its Agency ...

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Business Calendar (access required)

TUESDAY, JANUARY 9 META’s 10-hour Core Four business plan training, 3:30-6 p.m., 1607 W. Jefferson in the Mountain States Group building. Topics include success planning, market planning, cash flow planning and operations planning. Cost: $149. Information/registration: 336-5533, ext. 230, or ...

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SOS, part 5 – GARVEE (access required)

Otter wants to continue the GARVEE program “by issuing bonds totaling $264 million.” Will than mean more lanes on I-84 and that new interchange in North Idaho? He says he wants to leave that up “to the professionals, not the ...

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CBS 2 television station works to fill Foodbank shelves (access required)

To help combat hunger in Idaho, the CBS 2 Food Drive has created a consortium of concerned Boise businesses to attack the problem head-on in January. From Jan. 15-31, local TV station CBS 2 will attempt to collect 52,222 pounds ...

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SOS, part 6 – Whoa … he’ll split Commerce and Labor (access required)

Roger Madsen will stick around to run the new Idaho Department of Labor and Otter will look for someone to lead the Department of Commerce. Combining the two was a bit of an experiment. “… support is overwhelming for once ...

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Idahoans give almost $2 million to proposed ‘Y’ camp (access required)

The Treasure Valley Family YMCA’s board of directors has announced the recipients of nearly $2 million in gifts from Idahoans who have been inspired by the vision for the YMCA’s planned Horsethief Camp in central Idaho. The gifts include: • ...

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SOS, final – What do you think? (access required)

No major surprises in the speech today. Plenty of initiatives, but nothing big and bold – at least, nothing not already expected. One of the biggest surprises to me is that Otter didn’t mention one of the main issues of ...

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