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Idaho Power offers commercial, industrial conservation incentives (access required)

Idaho Power recently introduced new incentive programs for commercial and industrial customers. The utility offers financial incentives for new construction projects and for simple and complex retrofits. Simple retrofits to existing commercial buildings can qualify customers for incentive payments of ...

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Excellence in Ag winners announced (access required)

Winners of the Governor’s Awards for Excellence in Agriculture were announced Feb. 21 at the annual Larry Brannen Ag Summit at the DoubleTree Riverside Hotel, Garden City. Technical Innovation: Dr. Joseph Guenther — University of Idaho agricultural economics professor. Contributor ...

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Execs selected for Special Olympics Winter Games (access required)

Organizers of the Special Olympics World Winter Games slated in Idaho in February 2009 have named three key executives. CEO Gary Hunter announced Feb. 27 that Randy Schubert is the new senior vice president of internal operations. Schubert is former ...

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Professional life can mean conflicts for Idaho's citizen legislators (access required)

Jeff Siddoway sells hunting trips for “monster elk” on his private eastern Idaho ranch. He's also a Republican state senator. So when Siddoway helped kill a bill to outlaw “shooter-bull” operations – there are 17 in Idaho, including his – ...

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Roundup (access required)

Lumber Liquidators leased 5,981 square feet at 7428 S. Cole Road, Boise, in South Cole Business Park. Move-in is anticipated April 1. Chris Pearson of Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant and Brian Ostrem of The Sundance ...

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Insurance legislation would clarify languages (access required)

The House Business Committee voted 10-6 last week to recommend passage of a bill that would allow insurance companies to advertise in Spanish or other languages, but write insurance policies in English. Opponents of the measure said they don’t have ...

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High-tech research facility in Post Falls investigated by state (access required)

The Criminal Law Division of the Idaho Attorney General's Office is investigating possible wrongdoing at the University of Idaho's Center for Advanced Microelectronics and Biomolecular Research.   Bob Cooper, a spokesman for the Attorney General's Office, told the Moscow-Pullman Daily ...

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Bid Briefs (access required)

The Aspen mixed-use project, including condominiums, retail space, restaurant and parking garage, is planned in downtown Boise. Details of the 17-story, 128,985-square-foot project are available from Dan Sweig, AEI, 2127 W. Overland Road, Boise, Idaho 83705. Pre-qualification proposals from subcontractors ...

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Local-option funding for public transit takes first step (access required)

In the last year and a half, the Citylink bus service in Kootenai and Benewah counties has served some 200,000 passengers, and the service plans to expand. The Coeur d’Alene Tribe and Citylink will offer 27 new stops in the ...

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