The plan pitched by Boise-based developer RMH Co. was selected over five other development proposals for the parcel between 8th, 9th, River and Fulton streets.
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WASHINGTON Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would be eliminated and private interests would be on the hook for the first 10 percent of mortgage losses under a bill that leaders of the Senate Banking Committee plan to introduce within days.
Saturday, March 15 is the deadline for disposing of cull onions in Ada, Canyon, Gem, Payette, Owyhee and Washington counties, the Idaho State Department of Agriculture says.
MWI Veterinary Supply Inc. in Boise has named Mark Durcan, CEO of Micron Technology Inc., to its board of directors.
Along with several other states, my home state of Minnesota has returned to a budget surplus after some sharp deficit years. Whether that is because of luck or good policy is a matter of divided opinion. But there reportedly is about $1.3 billion on the table.
The National Potato Council has been pushing for years to get equity for the humble white potato in a key federal food-assistance program. And when the revisions to the program were published in the Federal Register this past Tuesday, it was on the losing side again.
Star Republican Mike Moyle cosponsors legislation he hopes will be the next step in phasing out all personal property taxes on business.
The private equity firm that struck a $9.4 billion deal to buy Safeway, Cerberus Capital Management, bought more than 600 Albertsons grocery stores in 2006, including more than 170 in Northern California. Today, after dozens of store closures and the sale of dozens more, not a single Albertsons ...
The proposal would expand the exemption from the first $100,000 of personal property to the first $250,000.