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Oil company backs off plan to use U.S. 12 for megaloads

HELENA – An ExxonMobil subsidiary has stepped back from plans to haul oversized oil refinery equipment to Canada along scenic two-lane highways in Idaho and Montana. Imperial Oil has applied to the Montana Department of Transportation for permits to transport about 300 smaller versions of the so-called megaloads to Alberta via Interstates 90 and 15, transportation officials said Friday. That application would include all of the modules destined for the Kearl oil sands project, Imperial spokesman Pius Rolheiser said.

Clearwater to sell mill to Idaho Forest Group

Clearwater Paper Corp. has agreed to sell its Lewiston sawmill for $30 million to Idaho Forest Group of Coeur d’Alene. The deal includes a supply agreement requiring Idaho Forest Group to deliver wood chips and sawdust to Clearwater’s large Lewiston pulp mill. The sale is expected to be completed by the end of the year.

Company plans to resize, reroute megaloads through Spokane

Imperial Oil/ExxonMobil on Monday announced a new route for the company’s Canada-bound, Korean-made oil field equipment: right through Spokane on U.S. Highway 395 and Interstate 90. ExxonMobil’s initial plan to move 200-plus megaloads along a twisting, scenic byway in Idaho and Montana has become mired in permitting delays and legal challenges.

2,000 holes later Lewiston golfer claims record, helps charity

Geno Bonnalie finished his weeklong fundraising ordeal with the skin on his hands blistered and peeling, his right knee sore and uncooperative, and his younger sister tearfully begging him to give up his quest. But the 27-year-old Lewiston resident insists the physical and mental anguish he endured while trying to top the Guinness World Records standards for the most holes of golf played (1,850) and most birdies recorded (250) in a single week was worth every ache, pain and sisterly protest.