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Now Disc DVD product seeks school-yearbook market (access required)

A Boise technology company sees the digital video disc as the wave of the future for high school yearbook staffs.Now Disc Optical Media Solutions, a supplier of CD and DVD duplication and digital media services, recently introduced School Reflections, a ...

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Natural gas hike laid to supply, demand strain (access required)

Many south Idaho residents and business could become part of an unfortunate national trend: higher prices for natural gas, due to low supplies. Intermountain Gas Co. is seeking a “purchased gas adjustment” (PGA) that would increase rates by an average ...

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Downtown Boise loses bar, shops; gains store (access required)

Downtown Boise saw the closure of several businesses recently, but national women’s clothing retailer Chico’s last week opened its first Idaho store next to one of the vacated spaces. The Interlude Bar & Grill, a Boise institution dating back to ...

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Empire Building inks restaurant on street level (access required)

The ground floor of Boise’s historic Empire Building, vacant for more than two years, is getting a tenant. The Milky Way, a 2-year-old fine-dining restaurant in downtown Boise, plans to relocate by September to a larger ground-level space in the ...

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Bank sues Intermountain Sports owners (access required)

Zions First National Bank has sued former owners of the Intermountain Outdoor Sports, which closed late last summer after liquidating its Meridian store. In a complaint filed recently in Fourth District Court in Boise, Zions claims Intermountain and its principals ...

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Rock Art taps Web for clients far afield (access required)

Rock Art, which carves and paints artwork, letters and numbers into large stones used as signs, shows there’s no such thing as a typical online business. In many ways it’s a classic local shop. John and Catherine Englund have operated ...

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Small banks face big-business governance rules (access required)

The federal law that Congress passed last summer in response to accounting scandals in several large, publicly traded companies is beginning to impact small Idaho-based banks. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. recently issued a letter saying all banks whose deposits ...

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Boise Tower default declared (access required)

Boise Tower is in default on its agreement with the Capital City Development Corp., and developer Rick Peterson has until Aug. 11 to “cure” the default or return the site to the city. That’s the ruling of the Capital City ...

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U.S. Bank offers Mexican transfer program (access required)

U.S. Bank and L@Red de la Gente (The People’s Network) have partnered to encourage more Mexican people in Mexico and the United States to become bank account holders and savers through a new money transfer service. L@Red de la Gente ...

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Commercial lots sold near Notus-Parma interchange (access required)

Three businesses recently bought building lots in 20-26 Commercial Park, a development on the north side of U.S. 20-26 west of the Notus-Parma interchange with Interstate 84, north of Caldwell. Smithcraft Cabinets, Bowers Transport and Everlasting Curbs / Precast Concrete ...

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