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Covia Emmett plant achieves 27 years of no lost-time accidents (access required)

Hiding in plain sight along State Highway 52 west of Emmett is a sign next to the entrance of the Covia sand pit, with the brag of “27 years of no lost-time accidents.” Those in the sand and gravel business ...

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Guess what is coming to a bank near you?  (access required)

What appears foreign will become commonplace, and you might as well prepare for it. Cryptocurrencies and decentralized finance are all the rage right now, and you’ve probably heard of things like Bitcoin or Ethereum. However, the real story lies in the mechanism that ...

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Federal court denies restraining order against Albertsons (access required)

Read More Albertsons News The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia (DC) on the afternoon of Nov. 8 denied the motion for a temporary restraining order (TRO) against Albertsons’ $4 billion special dividend payout. The special dividend was ...

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Idaho Falls’ Mountain America Center to open Nov. 28 (access required)

Artist's rendering of the Mountain America Center at Snake River Landing in Idaho Falls.

The largest public event venue in eastern Idaho will open officially on Nov. 28. The Mountain America Center (MAC) will hold a ribbon cutting on that Monday morning to mark the end of 16 years of feasibility studies, fundraising activities, ...

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Roundup Nov. 8 (access required)

Academy of Nails Training School leased 1,906 square feet at 1540 E. Fairview Ave. in Meridian. Cory Perry of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant. TOK represented the landlord. American Promotional Events Inc. West leased 500 square feet of retail space ...

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