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Meridian’s landscape is changing. Watch out commuters!

New development in downtown Boise has been garnering lots of attention in recent weeks. With the approval of a Whole Foods and Walgreens, and now construction Jack’s Urban Meeting Place scheduled to begin as early as summer 2012, downtown will ...

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Green movement sweeping the Treasure Valley

Call it a mini “green” movement sweeping the Treasure Valley. In the past two weeks, I’ve had the pleasure of learning more about how entities that are on a tight budget, can in fact build energy efficient, green buildings, for ...

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Close the gap before raising taxes

When Idaho’s legislators come back in session, they’ll have financial obligations galore to ponder. Already the state Board of Education begs for increases, the Transportation Department bemoans upkeep shortfalls, and state employees decry further cutbacks in service. Gov. C.L. “Butch” ...

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The time is right for Boise Centre expansion

A tiny crack appeared in the ongoing discussion of expanding convention space downtown. A proposal during a meeting of the Greater Boise Auditorium District on Nov. 14 piqued everyone’s interest and showed there might be a way to move forward ...

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Going red has a different meaning for union

Shaun Laughlin, a Caldwell High graduate, is just your typical guy on his days off. He likes things like hanging out with his family, going fishing and doing the family things. But at work, he’s on edge 24 hours at ...

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Seminar focuses on SBA loans and financing

Now is the time for Treasure Valley business owners to learn more about SBA loans and financing options. Deborah Brown, president of Capital Matrix of Boise, and KW Commercial broker Nancy Lemas, are inviting business owners, clients, accountants, and financial planners ...

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Imagine the world is your seed

The expansion project in Parma took nearly three years of planning and construction, and when it was finished it nearly doubled the size of the Nunhems campus. The facility serves as U.S. headquarters for Nunhems, a subsidiary of Bayer CropScience ...

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