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5-story bldg. slated for Eagle Rd. (access required)

A five-story, 92-000-square-foot office building is planned next year in the Meadow Lake Village senior community under development across from St. Luke’s Meridian Medical Center. The building is being developed “to serve the Meadow Lake Village community and to provide ...

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Retail, eatery planned for Kuna (access required)

An additional commercial center is planned in growing Kuna. Sandstone Plaza, slated at the southwest corner of Avenue E and Fourth Street, is envisioned by two development groups – one planning to renovate and expand the 13,900-square-foot building that the ...

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Sun Valley-based Elkhorn Golf Club to get $6 million in renovations (access required)

It’s one of Idaho’s most famous golf courses; it was designed by world-renown architects – Does Elkhorn Golf Club in Sun Valley need a $6 million makeover? The club’s owners and managers think so, as they started renovations in mid-September ...

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Micron Technology stock gets boost from Merrill Lynch upgrade to 'buy' (access required)

Micron Technology Inc. stock gained value through much of last week after an upgrade by Merrill Lynch analyst Joe Osha reversed a series of four downgrades by other brokerages in October.Osha upgraded Micron stock (NYSE:MU) from “neutral” to “buy” on ...

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Idaho’s latest economic forecast predicts slightly improved employment (access required)

The forecast for Idaho has warmed up slightly but remains generally tepid, despite marginally improved employment indicators, the state’s latest Economic Forecast says. Non-farm job growth is expected to come in around 0.8 percent this year and 1.3 percent next ...

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Associated Taxpayers of Idaho’s annual meeting to focus on trimming government (access required)

This year’s Associated Taxpayers of Idaho annual conference, set Nov. 19, is to feature a dozen speakers addressing the theme “Changing / reducing the scope of government” from a range of economic and political perspectives. The 57th annual ATI conference, ...

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Idaho’s electrical contractors face stiff competition for jobs (access required)

Big jobs are scarce, the competition is brutal, and the profit margins can be too thin to bother with – yet Idaho electrical contractors say they’re optimistic the state’s economic recovery will bring a return to healthier times in 2004. ...

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