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Education offices to undergo remodeling (access required)

The State Dept. of Education offices in downtown Boise will undergo a modernization project this summer. The goal of the project is to foster teamwork among the department staff and cut costs by consolidating the amount of office space the ...

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Boise State to offer MBA in IT management (access required)

Boise State University will begin offering a new master’s of business administration in information technology management this fall. The Idaho State Board of Education recently approved the new program. The MBA will feature five courses specific to the management of ...

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Work begins on Northview professional office buildings (access required)

Site work started recently at 8080 Northview, to consist of seven upscale, professional office buildings from 2,000 to 3,000 square feet each. The 2-acre site lies at the northeast corner of Northview and Milwaukee streets in west Boise. Dave Howard, ...

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Precision Communications buys Telephone Exchange (access required)

The owners of cabling contractor Precision Communications Inc. have purchased TTE, formerly known as The Telephone Exchange. PreCom moved from South Eagle Road in Meridian to the TTE building at 710 S. Orchard St., Boise. Jim and Heidi Woodhead, who ...

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Evergreen Engineering opens Boise office – Construction Review (access required)

Headquartered in Eugene, Ore., Evergreen Engineering has expanded its engineering and construction services into Boise, Idaho, with an office space located at 250 Bobwhite Court, Suite 340. “We recognize the technical needs of our clients, and we’ve strategically opened a ...

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SBA seeks Minority Small Business of the Year nominees (access required)

The Boise District Office of the U.S. Small Business Administration seeks nominations for the 2007 Minority Small Business of the Year Awards. The awards are given annually to outstanding minority small business persons, the district office said in a statement. ...

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EPA awards $200,000 for Indian Creek work (access required)

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently awarded a $200,000 “brownfields” grant to the city of Caldwell. Caldwell officials will use the grant to conduct a community-wide inventory and assessment of brownfields, or contaminated properties, in support of downtown revitalization efforts ...

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Scientific groups plan BSU meetings June 17-21 (access required)

More than 800 scientists, faculty and students from eight Western states and several foreign countries will gather in Boise June 17-21 for regional meetings of two major national scientific organizations. The five-day event includes guest lectures on a variety of ...

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