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"Paperless" title process awaits signature of governor (access required)

The Idaho House of Representatives unanimously passed the Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act, which could allow title companies and county clerks to use paperless title and real estate documents.   The legislation would authorize county recorders to begin accepting ...

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Contracts Awarded (access required)

St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center, Boise, is the owner and construction manager for St. Luke’s Eagle Medical Center at 3101 E. State St., Eagle. Cost estimate: $20 million. Layton Construction Co., Boise, was awarded a contract for Lake City International ...

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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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HDTV, take two (access required)

I made a mistake on the BizBlog last week when I wrote that you'll need a high-definition television when the FCC ends analog transmissions in 2009. The HDTV Almanac blog took me to task in a recent post: In February ...

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Univ. of Idaho alumni a big part of Legislature (access required)

Twenty-four Idaho Legislators, including the Lieutenant Governor, the Speaker of the House and the Senate Majority Leader, are alumni of the University of Idaho. Fifteen alumni came together Feb. 19 on the Capitol steps for a photo with university President ...

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Committee introduces bio and tech investor tax credit (access required)

The House Revenue and Taxation Committee voted to introduce the bio and tech investor tax credit. The legislation would give investors in Idaho biotech companies a 45 percent tax credit, and a 35 percent tax credit for investment in Idaho ...

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In Idaho, more former journalists than actual journalists (access required)

    Earlier today I blogged about a reporter from the Idaho Press-Tribune who is leaving to be a P.R. flack for the Nampa Public Library. The Ridenbaugh Press blog picked on up the theme this afternoon with a post (basically a rewrite of a ...

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University of Idaho expands scholarship program (access required)

Idaho high school students have a new incentive to pick a college close to home. The University of Idaho announced late last month that it will offer a minimum of $6,000 over four years to any Idaho student who meets ...

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New hospital planned for Boise (access required)

A group of local investors plans to build a new 120,000-square-foot, 50-bed hospital in Boise, on the 3.4 acre site located at Fairview and 27th Avenue.  Spokeswoman Bobbie Kale said the project was being managed by 24 local investors, though ...

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Building Permits (access required)

BUILDING PERMITS CITY OF BOISE PERMIT/TYPE    OWNER    BUILDER    LOCATION    VALUE 00412-roofing, siding, windows    not listed    Pro-Tech Roofing Inc.    1215 W. State St.    164,425 00418-commercial roofing    Parkwood Development    Precision Single Ply    4810 W. Clark St.    7,000 00375-sign    not listed    Lytle Signs ...

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