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Toni Nielsen, Zions regional bank president

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Boise Watershed seeks funds for museum highlighting conservation (access required)

The Boise Watershed is soliciting donations from the business community for the construction of the Boise WaterShed Museum, scheduled to be completed in 2007. According to a press release, the project aims to educate visitors about protecting and conserving the ...

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Sluggish browser? Do some housecleaning (access required)

Does your browsing experience feel sluggish? It may not be your connection. As you surf around the World Wide Web, your browser collects detritus from every site you visit. Do enough surfing, and the weight of everywhere you’ve been will ...

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Expect January Effect to hit stock market (access required)

Winter can bring more than a drop in temperature to those who own stocks. A stock might vegetate or sag no matter what the rest of the market is doing. Many investors sell to lock in offsetting capital losses and ...

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Tech company protests electronic records fees (access required)

Jack Sjostrom’s company, Sentry Dynamics, collects information on Idaho properties and compiles it into a software application. His customers can access it through a Web browser to learn about individual parcels, to find maps and to facilitate real estate transactions ...

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ROUNDUP (access required)

Darren and Kimberly Blaser purchased additional development property at 1516 W. Cherry Lane for development of a retail center at the northeast corner of Cherry Lane and Linder Road, Meridian. Doug Bolen of Arthur Berry & Co. represented the buyers. ...

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CDHD offers low cost flu, pneumonia vaccine at IBR Friday (access required)

The Idaho Business Review and KTVB Channel 7 are partnering with the Central District Health Department to offer low-cost flu and pneumonia shots in BoDo on Dec. 22. Shots will be administered from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the ...

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Question of the Day (access required)

The rumor mill has it that Gov.-elect Butch Otter intends to split the Idaho Department of Commerce and Labor back into two separate departments. Is that a good idea, and why? (Thanks to reader DB for the question idea.)

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IPUC authorizes power plant in Mountain Home (access required)

The Idaho Public Utilities Commission on Dec. 15 authorized Idaho Power Co. to pursue construction of a $60 million, 170-megawatt natural gas power plant near Mountain Home. The Evander Andrews Power Plant will function primarily when electrical demand on Idaho ...

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Contracts Awarded (access required)

Guho Corp., Eagle, was awarded a contract for a Fidean Office Building in the Bown Crossing development in southeast Boise. Cost estimate: $800,000. Micron Technology Inc., Boise, is the owner and builder of a nanofab building at 10136 S. Federal ...

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