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Developer sued by backer of shopping centers (access required)

Larry Durkin, who was instrumental in development of the Crossroads Center on Fairview Avenue and the Family Center on Federal Way, has been sued for $1.7 million or more by one of the backers of the projects, Nick Vidalakis. Durkin, ...

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Head Start finally finds affordable site in Meridian (access required)

After searching for nearly a year, early-childhood education agency Head Start has found a site for a Meridian classroom center and playground. Friends of Children and Families, the grantee and administrator of Head Start programs in Ada and Elmore counties, ...

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Commentary: Ultrawideband may be newest technology trend (access required)

Wireless data transfer may be the hottest trend in networking, but its newest tool is a 30-plus-year-old technology called ultrawideband, which spreads signals over a large swath of the radio spectrum rather than sending them over a single frequency Although ...

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DeMarcos plans Towne Square store in November (access required)

Idaho Falls-based men’s apparel chain DeMarcos plans to open its second Boise store in mid-November at Boise Towne Square. DeMarcos co-owner Rob Marcovitz said last week that he was finalizing lease negotiations with mall management and hopes to start tenant ...

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Washington Trust to add 5th outlet in Valley (access required)

Washington Trust Bank plans to build a branch office in a shopping center anchored by a new Wal-Mart Supercenter store near State and Glenwood streets in Garden City. The Spokane-based bank aims to open the new branch in early summer, ...

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Development firm's bankruptcy includes disputed debt (access required)

Boise-based real estate development and consulting firm Dakota Co. filed for bankruptcy Aug. 30 in Boise, listing about 30 creditors and more than $2.4 million in debt. The company has assets between $500,000 and $1 million, according to the voluntary ...

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Commentary: Donate your computer's idle time to worthwhile research (access required)

It’s estimated that an average computer is only working at 10 percent of its capacity. My partner thinks that this is a good deal higher than my personal average. My reply is that it takes a really special project to ...

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Idaho Woman Entrepreneur of the Year finalists named (access required)

Five finalists have been named for the annual Idaho Woman Entrepreneur of the Year award, according to Brian Hunt, publisher of the Idaho Business Review. Now in its fourth year, the Idaho Woman Entrepreneur of the Year program is an ...

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Second gas-fired power plant proposed for Mountain Home (access required)

A second natural-gas-fire generating plant proposed in Mountain Home may help Idaho Power Co. get the additional energy supply it needs in the next several years. Even as Idaho Power is operating its new 90-megawatt natural-gas-fired plant there – and ...

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New urban renewal district for “Old” Boise moves ahead (access required)

After two years of talk, property owners pushing for an urban renewal district in east downtown Boise have won tentative approval from the Boise City Council, starting a process that could yield a parking garage and other improvements in a ...

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