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Lamb Weston eyes South America sales with new potato partnership (access required)

EAGLE – Idaho-based Lamb Weston Holdings is looking to expand sales of frozen potato products in South America through a joint venture with a company in Argentina. According to an Oct. 15 news release, Lamb Weston has joined forces with holding ...

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Roosters Men’s Grooming Center opens at The Village at Meridian

Roosters Men’s Grooming Center, a men’s barbershop and grooming space, is now open at The Village at Meridian. Roosters offers haircuts, facial shaves and hair color services in a “modern, upscale and laidback environment,” according to a news release. The barbershop ...

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Breakfast Series Report: Talent in Technology

Idaho’s mountain vistas may be a far cry from Silicon Valley’s bustling streets, but the Gem State is a growing tech hub, boasting startups such as Cradlepoint and Vynyl as well as stalwarts such as HP and Micron. According to ...

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Trader Joe’s opens new Meridian store

MERIDIAN – After years of longing by folks tired of having to drag dark chocolate, orange chicken, chili lime chicken burgers, and bottles of Two-Buck Chuck from Downtown Boise, Trader Joe’s has finally landed in Meridian. Over 100 people on ...

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Furniture chain with stores in Treasure Valley sold to Chinese company

Mor Furniture for Less, a San Diego-based retailer with outlets in Boise and Nampa, has reached a $68.4 million deal to sell the 36-store chain to Healthcare Co. Ltd. Despite its name, the Rugao, China-based purchaser is a global home ...

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Now open: TownePlace Suites by Marriott Twin Falls (access required)

TWIN FALLS – Boise-based Pennbridge Capital and Lodging has opened this city’s first extended stay hotel, TownePlace Suites. The new four-story, 108-room hotel located at 175 Pole Line Road will operate as a Marriott-branded franchise, according to a news release. ...

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TOK inks lease agreement for The Knolls

IDAHO FALLS – Ball Ventures ceremonially broke ground recently on its new headquarters at Snake River Landing. With plans to take over one-third of the office footprint, the landlord will still have plenty of room to share. Enter Thornton Oliver ...

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