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Boise revises climate action roadmap, McLean says (access required)

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The city of Boise has expanded and revised its climate action roadmap. The climate roadmap was first put forward by Boise Mayor Lauren McLean during her time as a member of the city council with the foremost goal of the ...

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Planning for your long-term care checklist

It’s no secret that people are living longer. In 2018, for the first time in history, people over the age of 65 outnumbered children under the age of five across the globe, according to the United Nations’ World Population Aging ...

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Judge upholds dismissal of case against resort developer

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A U.S. bankruptcy judge has upheld court decisions that the state of Montana lacked legal standing to file an involuntary bankruptcy petition nearly a decade ago against Yellowstone Club co-founder Tim Blixseth. Judge Mike N. Nakagawa ...

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Carbon summit to look at sustainable agriculture (access required)

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A “carbon summit” hosted by US Energy will look at Idaho’s role in implementing sustainable solutions for agriculture. The two-day event will be hosted at The College of Idaho in Caldwell from June 16-17 and will include a variety of ...

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One motion still on Albertsons’ plate in lawsuit (access required)

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In the Plated meal kit company lawsuit against Albertsons, just one motion out of four survived a legal challenge to dismiss in Delaware Chancery Court on June 7. The former owners of Plated filed a suit against Albertsons on Sept. 1, ...

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Cybersecurity, the existential threat facing our nation

The recent ransomware attacks on Colonial Pipeline and JBS are just the latest salvos in an ongoing digital war that is putting innocent citizens in its crossfire. Just as the U.S. Intelligence Community once warned about al-Qaeda, they are now ...

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Idaho to get $30 million to reduce COVID health disparities

LEWISTON, Idaho (AP) — Idaho was awarded $30.7 million in federal coronavirus relief funds Wednesday to address health disparities during the coronavirus pandemic. The money awarded Wednesday is part of the $2.25 billion in supplementary funding previous approved by Congress. ...

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Idaho Democrats hire Jared DeLoof as executive director

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Idaho Democratic Party Chair Fred Cornforth announced that the State Party has hired Jared DeLoof to serve as executive director heading into the 2022 election cycle. He comes to the IDP after five years of working with NextGen America registering ...

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Idaho bankruptcies drop as national rates level off (access required)

Total Idaho bankruptcy filings (all types), 2006 to April 2021.

Financial downturns breed bankruptcies, right? Well, not exactly. Seen by most as a measure of last resort, most people attempt to starve off bankruptcy as long as possible. According to bankruptcy expert Robert Lawless, a professor at the University of ...

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Foodservice companies form alliance to leverage services (access required)

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It’s the first of its kind, and food product manufacturers are hoping the Foodservice Brands Alliance will lead to more innovation in the industry. “What keeps me up at night is the prospect of becoming irrelevant,” said Craig Gentry, vice ...

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