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Donut shop works to beat Krispy Kreme into ID mkt. (access required)

Two Boise women have leased a former McDonald’s restaurant near downtown Boise and plan to open a donut shop there in March. Wendy Adams and Millie Kelly finalized the lease with new building owners Glazed Properties LLC in late December ...

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Co-branded A&W/KFC eatery planned near new Target (access required)

A co-branded A&W and Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant is one of two retail buildings planned at the southeast corner of Eagle Road and Chinden Boulevard in Boise in a shopping center anchored by a recently opened Target store.According to plans ...

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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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Idaho firm lands contract for Chinese dwellings (access required)

A Meridian company has contracted with a Chinese firm to be a supplier for construction of 1,100 log homes near Beijing – planned as part of an “Olympia Villas” development for the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.Precision Craft Log Structures, ...

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Goodwood Barbecue plans 2nd Treasure Valley eatery (access required)

Goodwood Barbecue Co. plans its second Treasure Valley restaurant by late summer in the Crossroads Center at Fairview and Eagle roads in Meridian.Steve Cooper, president of Goodwood’s parent company, C-M Restaurant Corp., Boise, said a lease was being negotiated for ...

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Kmart’s 3 Valley stores to stay open (access required)

Kmart’s three Treasure Valley stores will remain open for the immediate future as the Michigan-based discount giant begins reorganization under a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing announced last week. Kmart operates stores at Fairview Avenue and Five Mile Road, Boise; in ...

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Boise restaurateurs spy light beyond '01's tunnel of closings (access required)

The year 2001 brought a slew of restaurant closures in the Boise area, but the year ahead looks a lot less choppy, according to those in the business. “I think it will be pretty tight in the first quarter, but ...

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St. Joseph's Catholic School plans $800K addition (access required)

St. Joseph’s Catholic School plans a two-story, $800,000 addition that will link its main classroom building on Fort Street, between Eighth and Ninth streets in north Boise, to an adjacent gymnasium. According to plans filed with the City of Boise, ...

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TX-based restaurant chain closes area eateries (access required)

Monterey’s Little Mexico, a Texas-based chain of Tex-Mex restaurants, has closed its three Treasure Valley eateries. The restaurants, which closed Dec. 30, are part of a group of Mexican restaurant chains owned by Houston-based Mexican Restaurants Inc. The three units ...

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Capital Educators Federal Credit Union to relocate (access required)

Capital Educators Federal Credit Union plans to move its administrative offices from Boise to Meridian and open a fourth branch there by Oct. 1. The credit union, started in 1936, has purchased a 4-acre parcel on Stratford Drive near Franklin ...

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