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MWI acquired by AmerisourceBergen in $2.5 billion deal (access required)

Boise-based MWI Veterinary Supply will be acquired by AmerisourceBergen in a $2.5 billion stock deal. MWI leaders, including President and CEO Jim Cleary and Chief Financial Officer Mary Pat Thompson, will stay on with the company after the deal, with ...

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A word with Joy Kealey of Chicago Connection

Joy Kealey owns Chicago Connection, a Boise-based pizza restaurant she purchased with her husband Tom in 1997. Chicago Connection had been started by a family from Chicago in 1982, and several family members stayed with the company when it changed ...

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Star company receives an FAA permit for unmanned aircraft

Advanced Aviation Solutions is one of only 13 companies in the U.S. that can now fly unmanned aerial vehicles for commercial purposes. The Star company received an exemption from the Federal Aviation Administration on Jan. 5. The company applied for ...

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Caldwell project is latest to get Idaho tax credits (access required)

An unnamed company has received Idaho state tax credits values at $496,000 for plans to add 150 jobs and make a $24 million capital investment in Caldwell. The Tax Reimbursement Initiative credit was approved Jan. 8 by the Idaho Economic ...

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Life Flight adding helicopter in Rexburg (access required)

Medical transport service Life Flight Network will add helicopter service at the Rexburg-Madison County Airport Feb. 20. Having an aircraft in Rexburg will allow Life Flight to transport critical patients to hospitals in Driggs, Salmon and Jackson, Wyo., as well ...

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Otter is supportive of tax credit economic efforts (access required)

Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter said the state’s recent economic development efforts, specifically new tax credits for businesses that create jobs, have exceeded his expectations. The state’s Tax Reimbursement Incentive program, which awards companies with payroll, income and sales tax ...

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Computer program aims to reduce ski injuries at Bogus Basin (access required)

Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area has teamed up with the state’s largest health system to analyze ski injuries and work to prevent them. Bogus Basin, a ski area 16 miles from Boise, is working with St. Luke’s Health System to ...

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