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Micron movement (access required)

Micron Technology is having a good day on Wall Street and the day traders are speculating. The company's 3.6 percent gain so far today has people wondering if news from the company is imminent, or if the share price is ...

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Wireless Internet proposed for Ketchum (access required)

City officials in the tony resort town of Ketchum may install a citywide wireless Internet service, so that tourists who don't want to get away from it all don't have to.   Heidi Dohse, a Web consultant with NetLogix, told ...

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Congratulations WGI (access required)

Washington Group International Chairman Dennis Washington and President & CEO Stephen G. Hanks rang the closing bell today at the New York Stock Exchange. Trading for the company's stock recently transfered to that exchange from Nasdaq. (Click here to read more ...

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Lawyers face disciplinary hearing for dual role in Water Center development (access required)

Two attorneys charged with professional misconduct in the development of the Idaho Water Center will have a hearing April 9. Edward Miller and Roy Eiguren, both attorneys at Givens Pursley, are being charged by the Idaho State Bar on multiple ...

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Closure of Simplot plant hit Minidoka County hard (access required)

Idaho's population grew 2.6 percent to 1.47 million people, with most of the growth in the state's six urban counties, according to recently released U.S. Census Bureau estimates.   Ada, Canyon, Kootenai, Twin Falls, Bonneville and Bannock counties grew 3.6 ...

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Home Federal launches business banking division (access required)

Home Federal Bancorp Inc. has launched a business banking division. The Nampa-based bank said March 20 that it took the final step in forming the new division by hiring Cindy L. Bateman as senior vice president and commercial banking team ...

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Albertson's settles suit filed by employees (access required)

A judge has approved a $53.3 million settlement that will pay thousands of Albertson's LLC employees who said the former Boise-based company didn't pay overtime and forced them to work off the clock.   U.S. District Judge B. Lynn Winmill ...

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UI award-winner Stark reviews legislative session (access required)

Ray Stark, the lobbyist for the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, recently received the University of Idaho’s Silver and Gold Award. The award recognizes U of I alumni who have a distinguished record of accomplishments and service in their career, ...

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Wanted: people with guts (access required)

I can't write it any better than Danbo did at the Workplace Excellence blog. Click here for more.

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Analysts: Insider trades of Idacorp stock don’t portend acquisition (access required)

Sizable volumes of insider trades of Idacorp Inc. stock don’t mean that the utility holding company is a merger target – though that rumor has persisted for years, analysts and a company spokesman said. Financial Web sites such as insidercow.com ...

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