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Burley will get a massive cold storage facility (access required)

NewCold, based in The Netherlands, will build a $90 million, 25 million-cubic-foot cold storage warehouse in Burley to store frozen French fries for manufacturer McCain Foods, which itself is expanding right now, Burley City Administrator Mark Mitton said. “It can ...

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Lawsuit accuses Idaho company of embezzling up to $1M

A lawsuit accuses an Idaho property management company of fraudulently moving or taking up to $1 million from the property owners it contracted with. The Idaho Statesman reports the suit, filed June 11, alleges Meridian-based Paradigm Property Solutions, LLC, through ...

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Hundreds will travel to Boise for site selector conference in 2020

Boise has been chosen as the location for a site selector conference that will draw about 400 people to the city in the fall of 2020. Thousands of people travel to Boise for conferences every year, but the Industrial Asset ...

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Labor shortage clouds contractor confidence (access required)

Contractors nationwide remain optimistic about the state of the construction industry, according to the most recent USG Corporation + U.S. Chamber of Commerce Commercial Construction Index. Released June 5, the report for the second quarter of 2018 provides a snapshot ...

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Joining sustainable energy with construction planning (access required)

On Mayo Clinic’s campus in Rochester, one of the first health care buildings in the country to use “performance-based procurement” has begun to take shape. Performance-based procurement makes energy efficiency a priority in planning new buildings. In the case of ...

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State healthcare apprenticeship program adds skilled workers in Idaho hospitals (access required)

A healthcare apprenticeship program is helping Idaho hospitals obtain some of the skilled workers they need. Similar to the software engineering apprenticeship program, the Idaho Hospital Association, in cooperation with the Department of Labor, provides Idaho employers with tools for ...

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Micron results are good news for Boise (access required)

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To no one’s surprise, Micron Technology issued barnburning results on June 20. Total revenue was $7.8 billion, up 6 percent from the previous quarter and 40 percent from the prior year. Non-GAAP gross margins expanded to a record 61 percent, ...

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Judge: Feds failed to justify Idaho wildlife-killing plans

A federal agency’s justifications for killing coyotes and mountain lions and other predators in Idaho to protect livestock and other wildlife such as elk violate environmental laws because they lack a scientific review, a federal court has ruled. U.S. District ...

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