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By Joe Estrella, The Idaho Statesman, Boise Aug. 5--Hewlett-Packard dodged a question about layoffs at its Imaging and Printing Group in Boise again Monday after a published report said 300 furloughs are planned at plants in Oregon and Washington state.
By Anna Webb, The Idaho Statesman, Boise Aug. 5--Zoo Boise soon will welcome 36 animals of 17 different species to live in the Mr. and Mrs. Clarence B. Wilmot African Plains Exhibit -- now a construction site of bare stucco walls and roofs waiting to be thatched.
By Rocky Barker, The Idaho Statesman, Boise Aug. 5--STANLEY -- For the first time in years, Idahoans have a good opportunity to see the state's most endangered fish alive.
By The Idaho Statesman, Boise Aug. 1--The Idaho Public Utilities Commission has set an Aug. 8 deadline for anyone wanting to file as "intervenors" in the latest Idaho Power Co. rate increase case. Idaho Power seeks an average 9.9 percent overall rate increase.
By Kristine Rodine, The Idaho Statesman, Boise Aug. 1--Most internships last for a summer. But at Hewlett-Packard in Boise, interns tend to come back year after year, often settling in as full-time employees.
By The Idaho Statesman, Boise Jul. 31--Blowouts create new Middle Fork Rapids Heavy thunderstorms earlier this week along the Middle Fork of the Salmon River sent a bunch of debris crashing down several tributary streams, creating three new rapids on the wilderness river. The U.S.
By Rocky Barker, The Idaho Statesman, Boise Jul. 30--The day of reckoning has come for air pollution in the Treasure Valley.
By Joe Estrella, The Idaho Statesman, Boise Jul. 29--Idaho gasoline costs have failed to keep pace with falling pump prices nationwide in the last month, leaving Treasure Valley industry experts wondering why the state is lagging so far behind the U.S. average pump price.
By Erika Bolstad, The Idaho Statesman, Boise Jul. 29--WASHINGTON -- Cami Hurst and her husband's extended family had grand plans for their annual family reunion, and had even found a beach house they could all squeeze into on the Oregon Coast.
By Rocky Barker, The Idaho Statesman, Boise Jul. 26--The first sockeye salmon of the year returned to the Sawtooth Valley on Friday, and fisheries biologists are hoping hundreds more will follow.