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Clearwater Paper reports higher earnings, lower sales

Clearwater Paper Corp. on July 25 reported second quarter net earnings of $21.5 million, or 91 cents per diluted share, up 54.6 percent from $13.9 million or 59 cents per share a year earlier. Net sales dropped 4.25 percent to ...

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BSU to dedicate Micron Business and Economics Building Aug. 21

Boise State University’s new Micron Business and Economics Building features a geothermal climate control system and rooftop gardens. The 118,000-square-foot four-story building, a new gateway to the state’s largest university, opens next month. Much of the first floor and part ...

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Project Update: Glenwood City Centre

A bar and a restaurant each have inquired about leasing space in the former Acapulco restaurant getting a facelift as part of Glenwood City Centre’s renovation, said Brian Herbert of commercial real estate firm Lee & Associates. Also in the ...

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Togo’s targets Boise (access required)

Togo’s Eateries Inc. plans to expand its sandwich restaurant franchise to the Boise area, where the company is evaluating potential franchisees. The nearly 250-restaurant chain aims to open about five restaurants in the Boise-Meridian area, plus up to three more ...

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Idaho foreclosure drop outpaces that of nation

Foreclosure filings in the first half of the year fell by 10.6 percent nationally and 54.5 percent in Idaho, RealtyTrac reported. Other reductions from states where the housing market boomed previously included 61.2 percent in Nevada, 36.5 percent in Arizona ...

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Prospect of Supervalu sale threatens Boise region office

Supervalu Inc.’s poor fiscal first-quarter report earlier this month left an uncertain future for Boise’s regional, 1,000-employee Albertsons Store Support Center because Supervalu said it is considering putting itself up for sale. “Our review of strategic alternatives will be broad-based and include ...

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Coldwater mulls boosting stock price with reverse split

Coldwater Creek Inc. is considering a reverse split to increase its stock price, which has been low enough recently to prompt regulators to issue a delisting warning. The Sandpoint-based retailer of women’s clothing and accessories said in a July 19 ...

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Roundup 7-20-12 (access required)

Paul Davis Restoration of Southwest Idaho expanded to 13,104 square feet in its current location at 200 N. Baltic Place, Meridian. Chris Pearson, SIOR of Thornton Oliver Keller represented the tenant. Dan Minnaert and Devin Pierce of Thornton Oliver Keller ...

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Hops farmers eye more mildew threats (access required)

A new strain of powdery mildew surfaced recently in a hops field near Yakima, Wash., making Idaho hops growers take notice. “We are keeping an eye on everything and waiting with bated breath,” said Diane Gooding Hass of Gooding Farms, ...

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