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Albertsons to purchase four Paul’s Market stores; other Paul’s will close

The Boise-based Albertson’s Companies will buy and re-brand Paul’s Market stores in Homedale, Kuna, Boise and McCall. Another three Paul’s Markets, in Caldwell, Mountain Home and Nampa, will close and Albertson’s will acquire those properties. Albertsons Intermountain Division operates 84 ...

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Women’s wage equality puts Idaho in nation’s Top 12 (access required)

Women in Idaho earn a weekly wage closer to men’s than do women in Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Washington and Oregon, according to a study by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. BLS released a report Feb. 10 that found fully employed ...

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First annual TRI report shows promising returns (access required)

The Idaho Department of Commerce will see a 422 percent return on the tax reimbursement incentive investments it made in 2015, according to a report presented to an Idaho Senate subcommittee Feb. 2. The Legislature gave the Idaho Department of ...

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Report: Number of uninsured dropped significantly in 8 states

Eight states saw a significant drop last year in the number of residents going without health insurance, according to a government report out Feb. 9 that has implications for the presidential campaign. All but Florida had accepted a Medicaid expansion ...

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Eureka! will mix gourmet burgers with Freak Alley decor (access required)

Eureka! They have found Boise. The upscale, burger/craft beer/small-batch whiskey restaurant will fill the Aspen Leaf Frozen Yogurt vacancy in The Mode building on Eighth Street. Until recently known as Eureka Gourmet Burger, Eureka! is a “family” of 16 burger ...

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CCDC will subsidize $750,000 in façade improvement for the Macy’s building (access required)

The Capital City Development Corp. will pay for up to $750,000 in façade improvement to the former Macy’s building in downtown Boise. The building is being renovated as an Athlos Academies training center for charter school teachers. The CCDC Board ...

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