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Idaho highway department wants $790 million (access required)

Old pavement. Older bridges. Too many cars. That's the situation Idaho finds itself in, Department of Transportation Director Pamela Lowe told lawmakers Thursday, as she defended her agency's budget request for nearly $790 million in fiscal year 2008. It includes ...

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BizBlog housekeeping (access required)

    We want to maintain a civil discussion in the comments section here at IdahoBusiness.net. A few recent exchanges have walked right up to the line between civil and “neener-neener-neener.” So this is my official request to please observe the ...

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Micron's stock tanks (access required)

I'm guessing there were some uncomfortable conversations after Micron'w winter analysts' conference today. After a presentation this morning by company executives, the stock actually started sliding — and sliding, and sliding, and sliding. From Bloomberg: "Micron Technology Inc., the largest U.S. ...

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140 condos, townhouses planned by Boise’s ParkCenter Mall (access required)

Bella Borgo, an Italian village-themed gated community planned on ParkCenter Boulevard south of ParkCenter Mall, is up for Design Review approval later this month.   Roth Townhomes plans to build 33 buildings with a total of 136 condos and six ...

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Micron moves into Nampa (access required)

The Idaho Press Tribune is reporting that Micron has pulled permits for a $9.2 million renovation of a production facility in Nampa. From the story: "Micron Technology’s East Karcher Road facility is adjacent to the plant where MPC manufactures computers ...

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Zion’s Bank donates $20,000 to restore Ernest Hemingway's former home (access required)

Zions Bank, based in Salt Lake City, gave The Nature Conservancy $20,000 to maintain operations of the Hemingway house in Ketchum, and to catalog its historical and cultural artifacts.   Preserve caretaker Taylor Pasley said last fall that an inventory ...

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Apple part of the reason for Micron's push into flash (access required)

    An analyst believes Apple will soon move over to flash memory products for its video iPods. (Read about it here.) The two smaller iPod models use flash memory products, which are smaller and lighter than the mini-hard drives in the ...

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