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State and region disagree about I-84 project in Canyon County (access required)

The region’s transportation planning agency has hit the ball back to the Idaho Transportation Department regarding a $13.35 million project to rehabilitate Interstate 84 between US Highway 20/26 in Caldwell and Franklin Boulevard in Nampa. ITD dropped the proposed I-84 ...

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A word with Angeli Weller of Boise State’s Responsible Business Initiative (access required)

Angeli Weller is director of the Boise State University Responsible Business Initiative, a program designed to stimulate a conversation about principles such as individual and corporate responsibility in business. Weller had recently ended a stint as national director of ethics ...

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Quest Aircraft Company to start manufacturing in China (access required)

Quest Aircraft Company in Sandpoint has signed an agreement with a Chinese company to distribute the aircraft in China and eventually to manufacture some of the aircraft it sells in that country. SkyView Aircraft Industry Company Ltd., or Jiangsu, will ...

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A word with: Molly Deckart of the Idaho Horror Film Festival

Molly Deckart is launching Idaho’s first horror film festival this year, with hopes of expanding the festival statewide and injecting some energy into Idaho’s film industry. Deckart has a degree in painting from Boise State University and a talent for ...

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Kimberly plant company bets on interest in local flora (access required)

Steve Paulsen wants to take landscape gardening into greener and more sustainable practices. Through his Kimberly company, Native Roots, Paulsen is serving as the commercial vector for a researcher, Steve Love, who develops nursery-ready native plants. In the process, Paulsen ...

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My Care Builder looks to help caregivers get coaches (access required)

My Care Builder is getting ready to launch the newest version of its online tool for caregivers. The Boise startup has been testing its tools using local vendors and a customer base that includes Idaho teachers. It plans to make ...

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