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Coeur d’Alene politician retires after 50 years of service

COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho (AP) — Coeur d’Alene politician Ron Edinger is retiring after five decades of service to the northern Idaho city. Edinger is a former mayor who was elected 12 times to the Coeur d’Alene City Council. The Spokesman-Review ...

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Groups sue to stop power transmission line in eastern Oregon

BAKER CITY, Ore. (AP) — Two groups have filed a federal lawsuit to block a proposed power transmission line that would run through two counties in northeast Oregon, a newspaper reported Thursday. The Stop B2H Coalition and Greater Hells Canyon ...

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Idaho Business Review celebrates legal pros at awards event

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The Idaho Business Review celebrated an elite group of legal professionals at the 2019 Leaders in Law awards event on Nov.14. Each of the 17 honorees was selected by a committee of past honorees who scored them in four categories: ...

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Banner Bank Building sold to Spokane company (access required)

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The Banner Bank Building, Idaho’s first to meet a stringent environmental building standard, has been sold to a Spokane-based company, which is planning to renovate the ground floor lobby. Centennial Real Estate Investments acquired the 11-story, 181,895-square-foot building at 950 ...

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CVS Health marks opening of Pharmacy Tech Training Center in Boise (access required)

Pharmacy technicians and local officials, including Gov. Brad Little, came out to celebrate CVS Health’s new Pharmacy Tech Training Center in Boise on Nov. 12. CVS Health said the company’s goal is to meet the growing demand for more pharmacists ...

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Idaho National Laboratory develops, tests electric vehicle charging (access required)

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Editor’s Note: This is the second in a three-part series on Idaho National Laboratory. IDAHO FALLS – Idaho National Laboratory is leading a charge for better battery technology in electric vehicles. INL, a stalwart in the study of nuclear energy, also ...

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McCall to open coworking space (access required)

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McCall is opening a coworking space intended for nonprofits and local startups. Known as “CUB McCall,” for “Community Hub,” the building will operate in partnership with Luminaire, a McCall-based business. “They’re handling the nuts and bolts,” said Andrew Mentzer, executive ...

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