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Commentary: Sifting through the chaff on online health info (access required)

Since my wife and I have been taking OTC medicines this winter for cold symptoms, the email that my friend sent me was quite alarming. It contained a warning that phenylpropanolamine (PPA), a common ingredient in many cold medicines and ...

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Outpatient imaging center IMI meets patients 'where they live' (access required)

You don’t need X-ray vision to see the rapid expansion of Boise’s Intermountain Medical Imaging.Since opening in August 1999 at Ninth and Myrtle streets, the company opened a second facility last June in Meridian, and now plans to provide imaging ...

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The Crescent Bar moves to Franklin Road; plans expansion (access required)

The Crescent Bar, a landmark watering hole and restaurant where “no lawyers” roost, is moving from Orchard Street to Franklin Road in Boise this spring and expanding. Construction of a new Crescent Bar & Grill started in November on a ...

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Former building materials center to house Boys Ranch (access required)

An economic development group has purchased a 13,000-square-foot building on the west side of Emmett, where it plans to execute a lease with a nonprofit social-service group that will employ 36. Shadow Butte Economic Development Corp. plans to lease the ...

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Housing group plans apts. in Caldwell, Mtn. Home, Middleton (access required)

Three apartment projects planned in southwest Idaho are designed to provide affordable housing in niche markets. Caldwell-based Community Development Inc., a subsidiary of Idaho Development and Housing Organization, plans to build complexes in Middleton and Caldwell, and to expand a ...

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Home sales slide, MLS says (access required)

Home sales dropped seasonally between December and January in Ada and Canyon counties, but generally were above those of January 2002, the Intermountain Multiple Listing Service says.The decreases reflected seasonal factors as well as concerns about the economy and potential ...

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Boise-area home sales slide, Intermountain Multiple Listing Service says (access required)

Home sales dropped seasonally between December and January in Ada and Canyon counties, but generally were above those of January 2002, the Intermountain Multiple Listing Service says. The decreases reflected seasonal factors as well as concerns about the economy and ...

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Zilog Inc. to lay off 70 at Nampa computer chip plant (access required)

Zilog Inc. soon will lay off 70 people at its Nampa computer chip plant – about one-third of the workforce – but has not made a final decision on whether to close the plant, the company said. Corporate spokeswoman Diana ...

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Boise Tower developer asks city to reconsider permit cancellation (access required)

Boise Tower developer Rick Peterson last week asked city officials to reconsider their Feb. 11 decision to cancel building permits for the long-delayed, 25-story project in the middle of downtown. In a letter to Planning and Development Services Director Tim ...

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Mountain State Cellular builds corporate office (access required)

Boise-based cell phone seller Mountain State Cellular plans to relocate its corporate office by mid-March to the Ashland Business Park on Glenwood Street, near the Western Idaho Fairgrounds. Company owner Mark Urness said construction has started on a 5,450-square-foot, one-story ...

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