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Boise plans to build its fifteenth fire station (access required)

The City of Boise plans to build its 15th fire station in west Boise on Gary Lane by the summer of 2002.The single-story, 8,500-square-foot station is to be built on a half-acre parcel south of Lamplighter Street. Construction is expected ...

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Idaho exports’ value soars 59% (access required)

Led by the state’s high-tech industry, the value of Idaho’s exports jumped 59 percent during 2000, surging to an all-time high of $3.8 billion, according to state estimates. The figure was encouraging to Idaho Department of Commerce Director Gary Mahn, ...

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Franchisee to expand fast-food chain in Idaho (access required)

A franchisee of Provo, Utah-based fast-food and frozen-yogurt restaurant chain Hogi Yogi / Teriyaki Stix plans an aggressive expansion in Idaho within the next five years.Steve Williams, who owns the chain’s franchise rights for Ada, Blaine and Valley counties, opened ...

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Java roasters take over retail espresso shop (access required)

Wholesaler Dawson Taylor Coffee Roasters has opened a retail espresso shop by taking over Giuseppe’s Coffee House & Roasting Co. at Eighth and Bannock streets in downtown Boise.Owners Dave and Cindy Ledgard opened the 1,425-square-foot shop, called Dawson’s Downtown, on ...

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Clothing retailer plans mall store (access required)

C.J. Banks, a clothing retailer serving larger-sized women, plans its first Idaho store at Boise Towne Square later this month.Parent company Christopher & Banks Corp., based in the Minneapolis suburb of Plymouth, Minn., also operates 257 women’s apparel stores under ...

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Boise to build new fire station (access required)

The City of Boise plans to build its 15th fire station in west Boise on Gary Lane by the summer of 2002.The single-story, 8,500-square-foot station is to be built on a half-acre parcel south of Lamplighter Street. Construction is expected ...

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Women and children's shelter plans new building (access required)

The Women and Children’s Alliance plans to demolish its existing Boise building at the northwest corner of Eighth and Washington streets and build a larger facility in its place by early 2003.According to plans filed with Boise City Planning & ...

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New store sells environmentally friendly products (access required)

A retail store selling all “environmentally friendly” merchandise is moving into downtown Boise next month.One Earth, a Boise-based specialty store featuring clothing and gift items, has leased a 977-square-foot ground-floor space in the Pioneer Building at Sixth and Main Streets, ...

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Six-story office building planned (access required)

Boise developer RS Hosac Inc. has purchased a half-acre parcel at the northwest corner of 11th and Main streets in downtown Boise and plans to construct a six-story, 75,000-square-foot Class A office building to be called Royal Plaza.Nate Hosac, leasing ...

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AAA plans to build new office (access required)

AAA of Idaho has purchased 1.5 acres near Boise Towne Square and plans to construct a one-story building and relocate its Boise office there by January 2002.The 14,500-square-foot structure, designed by Lombard-Conrad Architects of Boise, is planned for the southeast ...

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