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Roundup 9.28.18 (access required)

Meridian Home Furnishings leased an additional 14,262 square feet in the Stonehenge Plaza retail center, 1375 E. Fairview Ave., in Meridian. John Stevens, CCIM, of Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate facilitated this transaction. Idaho Kettlebell Strength and Conditioning leased ...

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Farm stands thrive as culture changes (access required)

Payette farmer Galen Crawford has made a good living by selling melons, squash and pumpkins to major retailers, such as Walmart, Albertsons and WinCo Foods. This year, however, Crawford has placed greater emphasis on removing the middleman, selling more produce ...

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Big office buildings headed to Chinden and Highway 16

Downtown-worthy office buildings are on the way for the northwest corner of Meridian, where open landscape still dominates. Local developers Tommy Ahlquist and David Turnbull see the eventual extension of Highway 16 south to Interstate 84 and the relentless Meridian ...

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U.S. Bank competes with payday lenders (access required)

In an attempt to encourage low-income people to use traditional banking rather than more costly alternatives such as payday lending, U.S. Bank has announced Simple Loan, a short-term, small-dollar lending program. With Simple Loan, U.S. Bank checking account customers can ...

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BYU-Idaho students do projects for businesses and countries around the world (access required)

Students at Brigham Young University-Idaho can work directly with companies and governments across the country or even the world without leaving Rexburg. The nonprofit Research & Business Development Center in Rexburg lines up projects with large companies and small, local ...

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Idaho hotel room rates outpace neighboring states (access required)

Idaho hotels lead the northwestern states in increases in the average daily rate at hotels but also had the largest decrease in room occupancy over the past year, according to a hospitality research report. The Marcus & Millichap Hospitality Research ...

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PARK(ing) Day sprouts in Boise, Pocatello and Coeur d’Alene parking lots (access required)

The third Friday of September is circled on calendars around the world as PARK(ing) Day, an event that highlights “the need for new approaches to making the urban landscape.” There’s nothing official about PARK(ing) Day, but since San Francisco art ...

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