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Project update: Fruitland Health Plaza (access required)

Saint Alphonsus Fruitland Health Plaza is on track for completion in late October, spokeswoman Leanna Bentz said.  The building in Fruitland will include primary care and specialty physician offices, and ancillary services such as lab, radiology and physical therapy, said ...

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Length of horse race season to double this year (access required)

  The Boise-area group that operates the Les Bois Park horse racing venue in Garden City plans more than twice as many race days this year as in 2011.  Treasure Valley Racing on March 13 announced plans to offer 36 ...

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Eighth & Main tenants announced (access required)

The planned 16-story Eighth & Main building in downtown Boise has more than half its space spoken for following the announcement of five new tenants. The 280,000-square-foot building, announced last fall with Zions Bank as anchor, also will house Ruth’s ...

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CCDC board approves new garage system operator (access required)

The Capital City Development Corp. board has approved a contract with Ampco System Parking to operate the Boise urban renewal agency’s six downtown garages. Ampco will take over April 1 from Republic Parking Northwest, which has operated the garages since ...

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Restaurant veteran to open My Fit Foods in Meridian (access required)

My Fit Foods, a Texas-based franchise that prepares and packages healthy meals for take-out and sit-down customers, opens this month in Meridian. A kitchen and cold-storage area that takes up more than half of the space will be used to ...

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Project update: Intermountain Medical Imaging building (access required)

Intermountain Medical Imaging aims to finish remodeling its downtown Boise building in May, Marketing Director Rachel Bergmann said. The 6,500-square-foot building is at the northwest corner of Ninth and Myrtle streets. Most work moved inside in late February after crews ...

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Sorenson Communications to hire 300-plus in Meridian (access required)

Sorenson Communications plans to eventually employ more than 300 people in Meridian, where the company leased just more than 25,600 square feet in Silverstone Plaza, 3405 E. Overland Road. Move-in is planned for May. Salt Lake City-based Sorenson provides video ...

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Reconstruction to keep visitors from Niagara Springs Hatchery (access required)

Niagara Springs Fish Hatchery, near Wendell, will be closed to visitors from March 12 to the fall of 2013 for reconstruction, Idaho Power announced. The Boise-based utility owns four hatcheries as a condition of federal licensing to operate hydroelectric dams ...

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Owners spending $1 million to improve Middleton shopping center (access required)

A $1 million renovation is planned at the downtown Middleton shopping center that grocer Ridley’s vacated in October. Improvements slated to start by April 1 at the 43,588-square-foot center include upgrades to the exterior façade, and a parking lot and ...

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Grocery industry gets jump on anticipated demand (access required)

Several grocery chains are expanding in the Treasure Valley this spring, the first such expansion in about a decade. WinCo Foods recently expanded stores in Nampa and Boise. Rosauers is finishing a store in northeast Meridian, and Fred Meyer is ...

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