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School enrollment rises 4,400 statewide

Statewide, K-12 enrollment is up more than 4,400 students from a year ago. Much of the growth has occurred in a handful of urban and suburban districts — where enrollment increases are pretty much an annual occurrence. K-12 enrollment reached ...

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Simplot Co. agrees to settlement in Idaho District Court (access required)

The J.R. Simplot Company will pay $899,000 in civil penalties and about $41.5 million on facility upgrades for five of its fertilizer plants after a settlement in Idaho District Court. Simplot made modifications to its sulfuric acid plants  without obtaining ...

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A word with Brandi Turnipseed, workforce development director at CSI (access required)

Brandi Turnipseed is the director of workforce development at the College of Southern Idaho, the Twin Falls community college that houses several federal programs and serves as the clearinghouse for economic development efforts in the Magic Valley region. Turnipseed, a ...

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Boise startup prepares to launch beta test (access required)

relEVENT City has been drawing interest since winning the Boise Young Professionals’ b|launched competition in May, and is now preparing to launch the beta version of its app. The members of relEVENT City formed together randomly during the b|launched event, ...

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Idaho company finds use for 3D printers in food processing industry (access required)

Commercial-grade 3D printing is becoming widely available in Idaho for the first time. Intermountain 3D, a Boise company that opened in 2014, helps manufacturers learn about the printers before purchasing them. Commercial 3D printers have been available since about 1989 ...

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