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Meridian-based Ida-Tran Freight Systems Inc. files Ch. 11 (access required)

Meridian-based Ida-Tran Freight Systems Inc. has filed for voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, nine months after settling a legal dispute between current and previous owners. Ida-Tran is a regional “less than truckload” carrier. The company is based on Hickory Avenue ...

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Downtown buildings fare better than most (access required)

At the Sonna Building in the middle of downtown Boise, vacancy remains low despite the slow leasing market of the past two to three years. Gary Benoit – who acquired the three-story, 48,000-square-foot building at Ninth and Main streets a ...

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Good times or bad, folks still love java's jolt (access required)

The enduring success of espresso shops in a harsh economic climate may surprise some people, but several shop owners say coffee is considered by many to be the last luxury to be sacrificed. “I think drinking coffee is one small ...

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Bogus Basin resort endures 'diabolical' ski season (access required)

A late opening and sloppy early-season snow conditions dealt a harsh blow to Bogus Basin Mountain Resort this winter, but the Sun Valley and Brundage ski areas are eking out decent seasons, resort officials say. Bogus Basin never recovered from ...

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U.S. health care 'fragile,' official tells Boise Chamber of Commerce (access required)

The deepening health care crisis is putting a squeeze on hospitals nationwide, but Boise’s two major hospitals have positioned themselves to weather the storm, an executive from the American Hospital Association told the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce’s 117th annual ...

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Home Depot due in Eagle by mid-'04 at State Street, IH 55 55 (access required)

Construction of a Home Depot store of more than 100,000 square feet in Eagle probably will begin late this year, a company spokesperson says. Kathryn Gallagher, with The Home Depot Inc. in Orange, Calif., said the company hopes to open ...

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Campground, boat storage planned on Lake Lowell (access required)

A boat-storage facility and “primitive” campground have been proposed on the north side of Lake Lowell, west of Nampa in Canyon County. Jeff Reding and Jamie Sexton want to develop Canyon Lake Marina on 7 acres bordered by Lake Lowell ...

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Kowallis & Mackey, commercial real estate brokerage, affiliates with NAI chain (access required)

Kowallis & Mackey, a commercial real estate brokerage, recently became NAI Kowallis & Mackey by entering a contract with NAI Commercial Real Estate Services Worldwide. NAI, based in Hightstown, N.J., serves more than 230 offices covering 300 markets in the ...

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Furniture dealer to add 2nd Ada unit (access required)

Wayne Eldredge, who is remodeling a west Boise space for an Eldredges’s Furniture & Mattresses store, is adding a Meridian store. He planned to open Eldredge’s Bedroom Store this week in a nearly 4,000-square-foot building that Office Value occupied previously ...

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Nampa complex to get 54 more apartments (access required)

Owners of the Courtyards at Ridgecrest apartment complex in north Nampa plan to build 54 more units and a community center. All 60 units in the first phase attracted tenants since opening in July on the south side of Birch ...

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