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Work on St. Al’s Meridian center due to start in April (access required)

St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center plans to start construction on the 43,000-square-foot first phase of its Meridian medical office and outpatient surgery center in April. Boise-based St. Al’s announced plans for the center, on an 8-acre site at the southeast ...

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5th Sunrise Cafe slated for Middleton in April (access required)

Construction has started on a fifth Sunrise Cafe in the Treasure Valley on East First Street in downtown Middleton and is planned for an early April opening.Brian Godsill, Sunrise Cafe co-owner, said construction of the 4,200-square-foot, 132-seat family-style restaurant began ...

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Alloway Electric Co. Inc. spins off lighting store (access required)

Recent changes at the electrical businesses named Alloway aim to keep them growing in the Boise area.Alloway Electric Co. Inc. President Steve Batten sold Alloway’s retail and commercial products division to Alloway Lighting LLC – a new entity headed by ...

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Developer teams with church to build apt. complex (access required)

Boise developer Jim Tomlinson, in a joint venture with the First United Methodist Church at 11th and Hays streets, plans to build a $16.5 million, 148,000-square-foot parking and apartment complex on a block the church owns.To be called Cathedral Place ...

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Washington Group International reduces projections (access required)

Washington Group International has significantly reduced its revenue and profit projections.Boise-based WGI, which emerged from a Chapter 11 bankruptcy in mid-January, last week released an updated financial outlook that calls for significantly lower profits and revenues this year and beyond ...

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Building Materials Holding Corp. earnings soar 23% (access required)

SAN FRANCISCO —Building Materials Holding Corp., parent of BMC-West Corp., reported a 23 percent increase in earnings during the fourth quarter, while sales grew 15.3 percent. The company, which operates both building materials and framing subsidiaries, said sales in the ...

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Paper products co. cuts costs, poised for rebound (access required)

Boise Cascade Corp., Idaho’s second-largest company in terms of sales, weathered last year’s economic storms reasonably well, and sees brighter days ahead, a corporate spokesman says.“We’re in a good position … we feel good about the way our businesses are ...

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13-building storage facility slated for W. Fairview (access required)

Plans have been filed with the City of Boise to build a 13-building storage facility on a nearly 4-acre vacant parcel on West Fairview Avenue between Wild Wood Street and Five Mile Road.The applicant, Chip Gallagher of Planned Storage LLC ...

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Rehab of Collister Shopping Center nears end (access required)

The Collister Shopping Center at Collister Drive and State Street in Boise is nearing the completion of a nearly year-long renovation by on-site owners who hope to revitalize the 40-year-old, 8.5-acre mini-mall. The renovation, estimated at about $300,000, started in ...

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Second Bolo's Pub & Eatery location planned (access required)

Bolo’s, a Treasure Valley-based pub and grillhouse, plans its second restaurant in early March at Eighth and Idaho streets in downtown Boise, formerly home to Doughty’s Bistro.Brad Bolicek, a Boise resident who opened the first Bolo’s Pub & Eatery in ...

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