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Commentary: Now, computers can even learn to tell time correctly (access required)

There is something in your PC that is almost always wrong. The time. You’d think that with all that computing power in there, my PC could keep time better than the little watch on my wrist, but it can’t – ...

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Dollar store to take Clearwater Plaza space (access required)

Construction of a 12,300-square-foot retail building is expected to start soon adjacent to Wal-Mart in Caldwell, and Only $1.00 Superstore plans to occupy most of its space. Eagle-based developer and builder Renny Wylie said the building is part of the ...

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CTA Architects' Boise office earns 'Firm of the Year' award (access required)

Dave Turner likes to think of CTA Architects Engineers as Boise’s best-kept secret. Turner is one of CTA’s principals and director of the firm’s downtown Boise office, which employs more than 30 architects and engineers in a 10,000-square-foot space on ...

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Overland Road widening speeded up to '03 (access required)

With Meridian’s growth continuing to strain the area’s road network, the Ada County Highway District has bumped its Overland Road widening project ahead a couple years to accommodate the planned fall opening of Meridian’s newest high school. “It was a ...

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Kmart's east Boise closing was expected (access required)

Kmart’s planned closure of its east Boise store in the Southshore Shopping Center was no surprise to the center’s owners, who said the store’s demise might turn out to be a good thing for the decade-old mini-mall. Kmart announced last ...

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Boise construction value drops 28% in ’02 (access required)

Construction permit values showed double-digit declines in Boise during 2002. The December Boise City Construction Report said the city approved $391 million worth of projects for the year, down 28 percent from $541 million in 2001. Commercial construction logged a ...

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Eagle landscape firm to anchor building in Eagle River development (access required)

The Land Group, an Eagle landscape architecture and consulting engineering firm, plans to anchor a building proposed in the Eagle River development. Phil Hull, representing Shore Drive North LLC, recently filed plans for a 9,792-square-foot Land Group Center office building ...

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Two large retirement 'communities' planned for Ada (access required)

Retirement subdivisions are springing up in the Treasure Valley, strategically located near health-care facilities and offering everything from golf to Alzheimer’s care on site. The Boise City Council last month approved most of a proposed 40-acre retirement center called Whisperwood, ...

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