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Air Quality Council seeks comments on final recommendations (access required)

The Treasure Valley Air Quality Council is seeking public comments on its final draft plan. The 107-page document includes data, research and statistics regarding air quality standards, forecast for future air emissions, options for improving air quality, and conclusions and ...

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On leadership (access required)

(photo from BroncoSports.com) The world has plenty of hard workers and trained managers. We lack leaders. We do not have enough people who know how to inspire others to raise their standards. We do not have enough people who inspire ...

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State moves to online W-2 filing (access required)

A new Idaho State Tax Commission service enables employers to file W-2 tax forms online. Employers can file W-2s for free at www.tax.idaho.gov, a Tax Commission news release said. To submit W-2 withholding statements, employers should go to the “Electronic ...

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Washington raises minimum wage, Idaho border towns feel squeeze (access required)

James Randall lives in Moscow and goes to school at the University of Idaho. But for 30 hours a week, he crosses the border into Pullman to work as a pizza delivery driver. That’s because Washington’s minimum wage is more ...

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Get well soon, J.R. (access required)

Idaho billionaire J.R. Simplot is in the hospital after falling and hitting his head after the Fiesta Bowl on New Year’s Day. He’s in intensive care at a Phoenix hospital, according to JR Simplot Company spokesman Fred Zerza. In 2001, ...

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Hosac Co. reveals new plan for CCDC property (access required)

The Hosac Co. plans to construct two buildings if the company is chosen to develop property owned by Capital City Development Corp. near the Boise Public Library. CCDC is weighing two proposals — one by The Hosac Co. and one ...

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CNBC junkies have another reason to watch (access required)

The turn-it-on-and-leave-it-on-all-day network will now offer the popular show Fast Money five days a week, in prime time. As if we needed another reason to watch. By the way, if you haven’t checked out the new CNBC site, take a ...

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‘Pappy’ Boyington name could grace CDA airport (access required)

Backers of a stalled plan to rename the Coeur d’Alene Airport after famed World War II fighter pilot Gregory “Pappy” Boyington plan tol make another run at it next month after two new county commissioners are sworn in. “I’m very ...

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OK, back to work (access required)

Like many of you, I took some time off over the holidays, and I’m now trying to dig my way through a mountain of e-mails, a stack of phone messages and a pile of snail mail. Getting back into the ...

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The Otter Administration: Who is in? Who is not? (access required)

Idaho has a new governor and plenty of new people leading assorted state departments. But the most interesting moves tend to happen in the layer you don’t read about in the daily newspaper: new deputies who will actually run a ...

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