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Front door beer service opens in Treasure Valley (access required)

Matt Blazek knows about the horrors of running out of beer. When it’s not late enough to call it a night and everyone has had one too many, making a trip to the store is out of the question for ...

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River boat builders expand sales into Europe (access required)

The phrase “across the pond” usually has a different meaning in boat building circles than for the international traveler. Not so much in the last two years for boat builders in the Lewis Clark Valley, however, as a coalition of ...

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Micron buys out part of joint venture with Intel (access required)

Micron is buying out parts of the NAND memory joint venture it has with Intel, the companies announced Feb. 28. Micron is putting up about $600 million to buy Intel out of flash memory technology plants the two share in ...

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This tech startup would rather be in Idaho (access required)

Conventional wisdom tells technology startups that northern California is the place to be if you’re building a software-based company. Building the same company in Idaho, the story goes, is more a labor of love than good business sense. Affinity Amp ...

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Tough road for proposed Hawks stadium

Supporters of a potential new Hawks stadium are now calling for progress by this summer, or the people of Boise could face consequences. With the promise of losing the Cubs franchise and, if any hope of a new facility fades away, ...

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Idaho Falls company ships 100-ton tank for chemical weapon destruction plant (access required)

Diversified Metal Products, Inc. of Idaho Falls finished its three-year, $3.5 million project for the Department of Defense in style, giving highway gawkers in Kentucky a show. The company, which employs about 100 people, shipped a nearly 100-ton tank designed ...

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Contractor scores Nampa library development without bid (access required)

The Nampa Development Corporation has selected a contractor to redevelop Nampa’s former emergency service buildings on 12th Avenue. The economic development agency will use the Gardner Company, a full service real estate developer founded in Utah with offices in the ...

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New Treasure Valley angel fund would act as investment recruitor

Burdened by what the investment community calls a lack of organization amongst investors, one Treasure Valley group is taking aim at two birds with one fund. At first glance, the Treasure Valley Angel Fund is similar to the only operating ...

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From chocolate maker to business nurturer

Paul Frantellizzi and his company Good Cacao, haven’t had it easy breaking into the food industry. For its first three years, the Boise-based company was passed over for investment, had little in the way of moral support and had to ...

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Boise Hawks won’t seek new taxes for another stadium (access required)

The Boise Hawks won’t be considering any new taxes to help with the construction costs of their proposed new stadium west of downtown. But Boise Hawks general manager Todd Rahr said Feb. 15 that the Hawks would need public funds, ...

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