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Coldwater CEO buys shares (access required)

Coldwater Creek CEO Dennis Pence bought more than 1.17 million of the company’s shares from Sept. 6 to Sept. 15, according to filings with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission. Stock in the Sandpoint-based retailer of women’s clothing and accessories ...

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Borron Family Medicine moves, expands (access required)

Borron Family Medicine has moved to larger quarters following substantial growth in the past two years. The new office opened Sept. 13 at 790 W. Ustick Road, Meridian. The practice, which employs three, moved from a smaller space at 100 ...

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‘We’re stuck running in place,’ and Boise’s more stuck than others (access required)

Boise ranks with Detroit and New Orleans as one of the biggest American cities most stuck in the economic doldrums. That’s the finding of the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program’s just-released second-quarter report on how America’s 100 largest metropolitan areas are ...

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Anonymous donor enables $2.8 million CSI arts addition (access required)

The College of Southern Idaho broke ground on $2.8 million in improvements to the fine arts building this summer, thanks to a donor who contributed $2 million for the project. College officials had long discussed the 7,500-square-foot project. The donation ...

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Royal Plaza developer sued over loan (access required)

A mortgage company is suing the developer of the Royal Plaza condo building in downtown Boise over a promissory note it says is in default. Intervest Mortgage Investment Co. Inc. on Sept. 9 sued R.S. Hosac Inc. and its principals ...

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Blue Cross targets mall shoppers (access required)

Add health insurance to the impulse purchases available at the mall. Blue Cross of Idaho is setting up a kiosk near JCPenney and the Buckle clothing store at Boise Towne Square Mall to catch passers-by who might want to stop ...

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Work due to start soon at Meridian Town Center site (access required)

CenterCal Properties expects to award a construction contract by the end of September for Meridian Town Center site work including utilities, grading, parking, landscaping and lighting, Vice President of Development Craig Trottier said. The company plans up to 1 million ...

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A new winter sports training venture in Sun Valley (access required)

A group of educators in Sun Valley has added a residence option to a longtime private school in Ketchum, creating what is thought to be Idaho’s only private boarding school. Just eight boarders are living in a dormitory for the ...

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Boise State’s new business building provides meeting space (access required)

More facilities for business meetings and events will be available when the Micron Business and Economics building opens at Boise State University in the fall of 2012. Rooms and gathering places in the 118,890-square-foot building are designed for students, who ...

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Economist: Boise State football’s financial impact will stay strong (access required)

The National Collegiate Athletic Association sanctions levied against Boise State University likely won’t damage the team’s image _ nor its economic impact, say local economists and economic development officials who have watched the team rise to prominence in recent years. ...

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