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Boise Airport on-time rating earns five stars (access required)

A new study found the Boise Airport is among the best in the nation for travelers when it comes to punctuality, according to an aviation data firm. The airport received a five-star rating June 26 in on-time performance from the ...

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US manufacturing growth slows in June for 3rd straight month

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. factory activity grew at a slower pace in June for the third straight month as measures of new orders and inventories fell. The Institute for Supply Management, an association of purchasing managers, said Monday that its ...

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Labrador narrowly elected chairman of Idaho Republican Party

Former U.S. Rep. Raul Labrador has been elected chairman of the Idaho Republican Party. Labrador on Saturday defeated former Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Luna 111-109. The chairman is responsible primarily for overseeing the party’s goals of electing Republicans and ...

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New and altered laws take effect in Idaho

A law lowering from 21 to 18 the age limit for carrying a concealed handgun within city limits in Idaho without a permit or training went into effect Monday. The law passed by Idaho lawmakers and signed by Republican Gov. ...

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Kount lets merchants be less picky about fraud detection (access required)

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Kount Inc. has announced a new version of its fraud detection software that can be configured to be less stringent on fraud prevention. While this might seem counterintuitive, there are business reasons behind it. Kount’s software, Kount Complete, detects potential ...

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Wrecking ball looms for old Saint Al’s hospital

NAMPA – Saint Alphonsus Health System officials have yet to hire a company to raze the former Mercy Medical Center on 12th Avenue in Nampa, but the wrecking ball could be swinging at the site by the end of the ...

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A word with Wayne Hammon, Idaho AGC CEO

Two decades ago, The Idaho Associated General Contractors offered a full range of apprenticeship opportunities – from heavy equipment operator to general laborer and several trades in between. But during the Great Recession, these efforts were mothballed. With the amazing growth ...

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Home builder launches new subdivision (access required)

CBH Homes has released its first phase of home sites in the Springhill subdivision. It’s a prime location, the homebuilder says, citing access to major roadways as well as area schools. CBH Homes, with 18,000 homes built in the Treasure ...

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