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Groups charting Idaho’s future lack women leaders (access required)

Two groups responsible for plotting Idaho’s economic future suffer from a dearth of women in top positions. The Idaho Technology Council and the Idaho Innovation Council have a combined six women out of 54 total council or board members. Leaders ...

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Buyers study unfinished ethanol plant in Heyburn (access required)

Three groups of buyers are studying an ethanol plant in Heyburn that was nearly completed in 2007 and has been sitting idle ever since. The unfinished plant, which was built by Renova Energy Idaho LLC, cost about $58 million, said Bill ...

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Idaho Falls company finds growth in nuclear work (access required)

Idaho Falls-based Diversified Metal Products Inc. failed nearly a half-dozen times over two years before earning its first contract to provide materials at a federal nuclear site in South Carolina. The company’s first win was a bid to supply stainless ...

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M2M Communications adds staff, office space

M2M Communications Corp. is expanding its west Boise headquarters for a second time this year. The designer and provider of remote monitoring equipment is remodeling 4,500 square feet of space at 5771 Discovery Way in Boise Research Center. After M2M ...

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Twitter dispute raises social media policy questions (access required)

The tweeps were in an uproar, but @Kelly208 and @falcontavern patched things up with a talk on the phone. The clamor on Twitter finally died down when @Kelly208, or Kelly Green in real life, tweeted: “Corey @falcontavern and I just ...

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Broadband lag in rural areas impacts Idaho crop growers (access required)

Idaho’s crop producers are relying on the Internet as they compete in a global market, but all aren’t competing with equal Internet access.   Wheat producers are increasingly turning to Internet-based solutions to market their crop,  Idaho Wheat Commission Executive ...

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Boise incubator opening delayed (access required)

The opening of the city of Boise’s business incubator for alternative energy startups is more than a month behind schedule, but more than two dozen companies have already applied to move in. The incubator, known as the Greenhouse, should be ...

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Kendrick area gets rural broadband funding

TDS Telecom received a grant enabling subsidiary Potlatch Telephone Co. to provide Digital Subscriber Line broadband service in its rural territory in north central Idaho, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Aug. 4. The grant was among 126 new projects ...

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Fire burns at Boise’s Micron campus

A fire burned through the heating and cooling system in a building on the Micron Technology Inc. campus near Boise, sending billows of black smoke into the sky. The blaze at the semiconductor and solar-panel maker was reported July 2, ...

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