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New Kia dealership is building in Nampa for June opening (access required)

A new Kia dealer plans to open in the Nampa-Caldwell area in June. Wenatchee-based Kane Automotive Group 2 recently leased the former Tom Scott Honda building at the southeast corner of Cleveland Boulevard and Linden Street, Caldwell. Owner Sid Kane ...

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New Idaho Dept. of Commerce chief brings SE Idaho perspective (access required)

Meet Mr. Hyde. “I’d about as soon as sell as I would eat,” the new director of the state Department of Commerce says. LaMoyne Hyde was appointed a month ago to succeed Gary Mahn, who stepped down at the end ...

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Lookin’ Sporty retailer closes Northgate store (access required)

Lookin’ Sporty, a retailer of pro sports memorabilia, has closed its Boise store in the Northgate Shopping Center and moved its inventory to a second store in the Boise Spectrum, across from Edwards Cinemas. Store co-owner Patricia Narasimhan said last ...

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Idaho Survey Group plans move to Meridian (access required)

Idaho Survey Group plans an Aug. 1 move to a building under construction on Watertower Lane, east of Adkins Way, in Meridian. The company leased 3,200 square feet of space in the building, which will be 6,570 square feet at ...

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Boise-based Telemetric teams with Motorola (access required)

Telemetric, a Boise company that designs technologies to enable power and water companies to remotely monitor equipment, has entered an agreement with Motorola. Telemetric products will be offered on Motorola’s DataTAC and iDEN private networks. “By combining our companies’ products ...

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Commentary: Slamming the door on spammers — it’s possible (access required)

I like the word schadenfreude. It’s a German word for satisfaction that derived from the misery of others. (Schaden = sorrow; Freude = joy.) Schadenfreude precisely describes my feelings when I read recently in the Wall Street Journal about attacks ...

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Qwest Communuications Inc. announces new pricing for Idaho long-distance service (access required)

Qwest Communications Inc. has announced new pricing for the long-distance service it offers to Idaho residential and small-business customers. For small businesses, the Qwest Long Distance Advantage program “offers small businesses great long-distance rates based on term commitments and the ...

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Capital City Development Corp. ‘forbears’ on Boise Tower default (access required)

Boise Tower last week got what may be its last delay when the Capital City Development Corp. voted unanimously to negotiate a “forbearance” agreement with developer Rick Peterson. The agreement, to be prepared for the CCDC board’s next meeting June ...

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Armstrong Architects moves to Albertson building it designed (access required)

Armstrong Architects has moved to new but familiar quarters – the three-story building in southeast Boise that the firm designed for the Albertson family in the early ’90s. Armstrong occupies 3,400 square feet on the first floor of the building, ...

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Ethnic hungers feed demand for specialty grocery markets (access required)

Specialty markets can take off when they meet pent-up demand, as Dan Ansotegui found out after he opened his Basque Market in downtown Boise 2 1/2 years ago. “It’s been excellent,” said Ansotegui, who operates the Basque Market at Grove ...

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