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Davies to serve as admin. assistant to IBR publisher Idaho Business Review Publisher Rick Carpenter recently named Betsy Davies as administrative assistant, reporting directly to the publisher. She moves from the sales team to the administrative team. Carpenter said he ...

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Whitetail named new director of food, beverage MCCALL – Daryl Billig has been named food and beverage director of the Whitetail Club & Resort on Payette Lake in McCall, located 100 miles north of Boise.  In his new position, Billig ...

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Bid Briefs (access required)

Bids are to be opened at 2 p.m. Aug. 2 for seismic mitigation at National Interagency Fire Center Building 100, Boise. Plans are available from the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Denver Federal Center, P.O. Box 25047, Building 50, Denver, ...

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Business Calendar (access required)

TUESDAY, AUGUST 1 Business Education Exchange, Aug. 1-2. Area businesses will host 100 secondary teachers in a two-day Business Education Exchange focusing on natural resources, engineering and industrial career pathways, among others. The Exchange provides insight into how best to ...

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Round Up (access required)

Simmons Outdoor leased space at 3313 Brown Street in Garden City. Brenda Clay of DK Commercial represented both the tenant and landlord. Wilhat LLC purchased approximately 1 acre off Victory and Jupiter in Boise. Sheila Spangler and Brenda Clay of ...

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Business Briefs (access required)

Boise Cascade LLC reaches agreement to sell railway FROM A PRESS RELEASE Boise Cascade LLC has reached a definitive agreement to sell Minnesota Dakota & Western Railway, in International Falls, Minn., to Watco Cos. Inc. The sale will include MD&W’s ...

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Idaho Power to receive supply from methane gas generators (access required)

From press releases Two Idaho communities will soon receive power generated by methane gas. Ada County now has the ability to turn unused methane gas at its Boise landfill into electricity for Treasure Valley homes. On July 13, county commissioners ...

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Idaho attorney general doesn’t expect Micron suit to go to trial (access required)

A spokesman for Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden said it is unlikely that a lawsuit against Boise-based Micron Technology will make it to trial. Wasden is among 34 state attorneys general who sued Micron and other computer chip manufacturers July ...

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