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Developer seeks to revive River 8 project near Boise Library

Developer Steve Hosac wants another chance to build condos on an underused lot near the Boise Library. Hosac’s firm, The Hosac Co. of Boise, has crafted new plans to construct a seven-story building between Eighth and Ninth streets, just north ...

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Henry’s Farmers Market future in Boise ‘shaky’ (access required)

A Henry’s Farmers Market may not be coming to Boise after all. Developer Rudy Kadlub, of Persimmon II LLC, confirmed Dec. 10, that plans to construct the natural and organic grocery store between 15th and 16th and Idaho and Bannock streets ...

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J Crew confirms plans to open Boise store

A spokeswoman for J Crew confirmed the company will be opening a store in the Boise Towne Square Mall next year. An exact opening date wasn’t revealed at this time. Several attempts to reach the Boise Towne Square management offices ...

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New study puts INL employment at 8,000

The Idaho National Laboratory directly employs 8,000 people, making it one of the state’s largest employers, according to a new study. INL commissioned Boise State University to carry out an economic impact study of the nuclear research laboratory in the ...

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AEHI receives approval to rezone property for nuclear plant (access required)

Eagle-based Alternate Energy Holdings Inc. received approval to rezone property in rural Payette County for construction of a nuclear power plant. On Dec. 9, Payette County Planning and Zoning commissioners voted 10-1 in favor of the rezone, which paves the ...

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Idaho’s Hispanic jobless rate doubles over 3 years (access required)

The University of Idaho says a new report shows the unemployment rate of Hispanics in the state climbed to 15 percent during the worst of the recession. The university announced Dec. 3 the findings of the report, which was prepared ...

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State claims big loads can move safely on US 12

State highway officials said Wednesday they are confident that four massive loads of refinery equipment can be trucked through a scenic river corridor safely and without causing any major inconvenience. During a hearing in Boise, Idaho Transportation Department officials also ...

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Colorado fracking firm sues Burley businesses (access required)

A Colorado oil and gas services firm alleges that a former employee and a Burley company teamed up to start a new venture to profit from the company’s trade secrets and other confidential information. Rapid Hot Flow LLC of Parachute, ...

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Decision about Tamarack’s future could happen Monday

A decision on whether Tamarack should continue with Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, or move to Chapter 7 proceedings which would allow a trustee to liquidate it, could come as early as Dec. 13. U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Judge Terry Myers heard ...

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