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FedEx to close Meridian long-haul facility

FedEx National’s facility in Boise will close Jan. 30 as part of a national consolidation, spokeswoman Ann Saccomano said. FedEx National employs eight at 1325 N. Hickory Ave., Meridian, an employee there said. About 1,700 positions and 100 facilities will ...

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No picnic: Winter slows even most experienced commercial drivers (access required)

Direct POS employees will do whatever they can to provide timely service without having to brave icy roads. “We use a whole mix of ways to solve a customer’s problem in a way that is cost effective for the customer ...

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McCall businesses getting solar systems thanks to grant (access required)

The City of McCall is leading a project to install solar power systems at nine sites around the city. McCall received a $171,957 grant from the Idaho Office of Energy Resources toward the $228,000 project, Community Development Director Michelle Groenevelt ...

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Fall recharge falls short on E. Snake aquifer (access required)

Idaho’s East Snake Plain Aquifer recharge effort fell short this fall. Recharge is part of the comprehensive management plan for the East Snake Plain Aquifer that runs underneath much of the state’s south central and southeast sections. Participating canal companies ...

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Snow brings early skiing

The snow that was bad news for Treasure Valley motorists Nov. 23 was good news for local ski areas and the businesses that serve them. Bogus Basin announced it will open Thanksgiving Day. That news, as well as snowfall that ...

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Late wine grape harvest won’t affect prices (access required)

Idaho’s wine season was slower and later than usual this year because of cooler-than-normal temperatures. “It was the latest pick ever for us,” said Ron Bitner, of Bitner Vineyards in Caldwell. While the harvest was two to three weeks late, ...

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Groups: Restore Idaho water-quality monitoring

State regulators, environmentalists and cities are pushing for Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter to restore $350,000 in funding to resume monitoring pollution in Idaho’s lakes and rivers. They say eliminating the cash for a third straight year could add to regulatory ...

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Idaho Export Excellence Program recognizes Idaho businesses

Five Idaho companies seeking further exporting opportunities, while learning from the state’s top business experts were recognized during the culmination of Idaho’s Export Excellence Program, Nov. 18, at Murphy’s Steakhouse in Boise. Executives from Idaho-based, PCS Edventures, Preco, Sloan Security Group, ...

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Idaho company premieres movie studio-on-wheels

Meridian-based Silverdraft unveiled a new mobile movie studio that it expects to be used on big-time Hollywood film productions. The company, based in the old Coors warehouse on Eagle Road, brought its new “supercomputer-on-wheels” to downtown Boise for a round of media ...

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