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Idaho Timber stays busy in tough construction market (access required)

A new corporate office in Boise and an acquisition in Albuquerque are among recent developments for Idaho Timber Corp. Idaho Timber was slated to move its corporate office from the Kendall Center in central Boise to the Syringa Bank office ...

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City of Salmon to build business incubator (access required)

Construction of the Salmon Valley Innovation & Business Center – a business incubator designed to accommodate high-tech firms – is slated to begin in mid-September here amid the Sawtooth Mountain region. St. Anthony-based ML Technologies Inc. plans to open an ...

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Import Parts plans move to Maple Grove (access required)

Import Parts Specialists Inc., a Boise-based retailer and wholesaler of parts for European automobiles, plans to construct a new store near Maple Grove and Overland roads and relocate its business there by Jan. 1. Company President Rick Schreiber said last ...

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'TECenter' construction begins on Boise State Univ. West Campus (access required)

Construction of TECenter, a technology-oriented business incubator funded primarily by federal sources, has begun on the Boise State University West Campus north of the Idaho Center in Nampa. The single-story building of 40,000 square feet is designed to house 20 ...

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Nampa tile installer’s love of art pops up in work (access required)

Treasure Valley tile installer Tim Stoddard has a secret he’s ready to share with the world: He loves Monet. “I think he’s great,” said Stoddard, 46. “He’s the master of light and reflection.” Stoddard’s passion for the French impressionist’s work ...

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Winery to include golf, upscale homes (access required)

More than grapes are growing at The Winery at Eagle Knoll. Mike and Joy Kauffman plan high-end homes and an 18-hole public golf course on Idaho 16, west of Eagle. Final drawings for a wine-production facility at Eagle Knoll have ...

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Construction permit values continue to show slump (access required)

Construction in Boise remained well below 2001 levels through July. The latest Boise City Construction Report indicates construction value dropped by 41 percent through July, to $229 million. Construction value statewide is down by a smaller percentage. Wells Fargo Bank’s ...

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Cost estimates for health-care facility drop by $250K (access required)

Cost estimates for a new health-care facility in Meridian have dropped about $250,000 due to economic conditions, according to Mike Ondracek, executive director of corporate development for St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center. Original estimates for the construction of the St. ...

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Study eyes interchange at Ten Mile Road (access required)

A major landowner in the Ten Mile Road area has initiated an $80,000 study that will help determine whether the section-line road in west-Ada County will get an interchange with Interstate 84. Eastbourne Investments Ltd., Buffalo, N.Y., awarded a contract ...

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Oregon firm finds lumber in Russia (access required)

When John Rowell journeyed to the Baltic nation of Lithuania in December 1995, he was flying into the harshest winter northeastern Europe had seen in over a century. “It was one cold José when I got there,” he recalled. “The ...

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