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Condo project could go on the block (6226) (access required)

The property at 15th and Idaho streets where David Southers plans to build The Metropolitan is in foreclosure. According to a public notice, the lot is scheduled for sale at auction in February 2007. Southers’ firm, Downtown Development, owes $168,265.66 ...

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Caldwell real estate firm sold; families rename firm (access required)

The Preferred Co., a real estate firm at 1305 Kimball Ave., Caldwell, has new owners and a new name. The Sweaney and Inglis families, both of Caldwell, acquired the firm from Beth and Gene Hemenway and renamed it Preferred Real ...

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Jacksons buys 100 stores (access required)

Meridian-based Jacksons recently acquired a 100-store network from Cummings Oil. The acquisition solidifies Jacksons, which includes Jackson Oil, Jacksons Food Stores and Capitol Distributing, as one of the largest marketers in the West, according to a company statement. Cummings, based ...

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Idaho State Univ.professor elected Association pres. (access required)

Idaho State University professor Dr. Linda Hatzenbuehler was elected in October as president-elect of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions. After one year as president-elect, she will serve two years as president and one more year on the ...

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Ag. group works to protect vanishing Idaho farmland (access required)

From his Meridian office, Food Producers of Idaho Executive Director Rick Waitley can watch Ada and Canyon counties each lose about 1,000 acres of prime farmland annually to development. Despite that trend in the Treasure Valley over the past five ...

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Boise State earns science grant for new microscope (access required)

The National Science Foundation awarded a $348,786 grant to Boise State University. The money will be used to buy a laser-scanning confocal microscope. The instrument allows scientists and engineers to study materials on a molecular level in three dimensions, according ...

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Spud production up 3 percent in Idaho (access required)

Idaho potato production is expected to total 122 million hundredweight in 2006, up 3 percent from 118 million hundredweight, the National Agricultural Statistics Service Idaho field office reported. Planted acres of 333,000 and harvested acres of 328,000 are up 5,000 ...

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