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Open Table owner earned her top status  (access required)

It may help to have friends in high places, but having a husband who owns a well-known Boise event center didn’t give caterer April Hale a business edge. She started Open Table Boise last September and is now the preferred ...

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Organic growers cite new markets, innovation to aid profitability  (access required)

Spring is on its way and with it, once again, fresh produce. For Lee Rice and his father, Gilbert, doing things themselves has been a big boost to the cost savings and profitability of Rice Family Farms in Meridian. Keeping ...

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Coatings Plus spends $450,000 for green upgrades   (access required)

Tired of all the “green” talk? Get used it. The term and the trend are here to stay, as more and more businesses seek to be environmentally responsible. A group of local entrepreneurs bought a powder-coating business in Garden City ...

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Are your company’s computers ready for business in 2010? (access required)

Businesspeople in the Treasure Valley, as well as IT experts and repair personnel, were asked various questions via e-mail throughout the past few weeks relating to computer repairs and IT budgets. Businesses in general were asked: 1) Is your company ...

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Sandpoint heats up for the winter (access required)

If you ever wanted to visit Bedford Falls, memorable from Frank Capra’s classic Christmas film It’s a Wonderful Life, take a trip to Sandpoint during the winter months. With average snowfall in this small north Idaho town topping 70 inches ...

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Sun Valley – It’s the place to go to be yourself (access required)

Sun Valley is no Aspen, and it doesn’t want to be. The southern Idaho resort area has a small-town, down-to-earth feeling that locals and guests want to hold on to. It’s not a place you go to be seen, many ...

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