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Kinko’s plans remodel of Capitol Boulevard copy center (access required)

Dallas-based Kinko’s plans to remodel its 20-year-old Capitol Boulevard copy center in Boise, starting in late January and ending by late March. Remodeling of the 11,800-square-foot copy center is long overdue and designed to improve efficiency, according to Glenda Bradshaw, ...

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Commentary: Data backups – too critical to farm out (access required)

It may not be snake oil, but there is a sales pitch going around in Boise that you should watch out for. It relates to a fundamentally important aspect of owning a computer system – data backups. Certainly, there are ...

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Calif.-based Panda Express chain plans 4th eatery in Boise (access required)

The Panda Express chain plans to open its fourth Valley eatery later this month on Milwaukee Street, between Home Depot and Macaroni Grill. Dennis Potter, project manager for Steed Construction, Eagle, said Panda Express will take about 1,800 square feet ...

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Speaker at Associated Taxpayers of Idaho against raising taxes (access required)

Raising taxes to shore up sagging budgets will harm states long-term, the spokesman for a Washington, D.C.-based tax-policy watchdog group said in Boise last week. Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge told an audience at the Associated Taxpayers of Idaho’s 56th ...

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Idahoans develop hardwood pinochle board (access required)

What started as a darts-on-cribbage-board attempt to keep score has turned into a product called the hardwood Pinochle ScoreTrack. Siblings Don and Brian Benedict, and Diane Benedict-Stephens – an entrepreneur, engineer and accountant, respectively – formed ScoreTrack Inc. and rolled ...

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Boise couple brings independent book selling back to Main street (access required)

Two years after the closure of downtown Boise’s Book Shop, a Boise couple has brought independent book selling back to the same spot – this time combined with board games. Sean Ahern and his fiancée Adrian Pauw opened Book & ...

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Slow growth foreseen in '03 for Boise Cascade Corp. (access required)

Boise Cascade Corp. probably has weathered the worst of the economic storm, but any growth in 2003 promises to be slow, analysts and company officials say. Lise Shonfield, paper analyst with J.P. Morgan in New York, believes the paper, building ...

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$12 million Caldwell YMCA to be built by '04 (access required)

The Caldwell YMCA will be a $10 million to $12 million complex targeted for completion in late 2004, people involved in the project said last week. To be designed by ZGA Architects & Planners Chartered, Boise, the YMCA will contain ...

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Storage complex planned in Caldwell (access required)

Site work has started on a 5-acre Caldwell site earmarked for a storage complex. CIC Development, of Idaho Falls, plans to construct 11 buildings in the approximately $1 million first phase of the project at the northeast corner of Montana ...

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Boise programmer's software links point of sale with back-office accounting (access required)

A Boise programmer has developed software said to provide a direct link for data from the point of sale (POS) into the accounting process without the need to manually re-enter the information. Jim DeFede, owner of the Boise-based software manufacturer ...

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