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Boise plans to build its fifteenth fire station (access required)

The City of Boise plans to build its 15th fire station in west Boise on Gary Lane by the summer of 2002.The single-story, 8,500-square-foot station is to be built on a half-acre parcel south of Lamplighter Street. Construction is expected ...

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Convenience-store chain plans new branch (access required)

Convenience-store chain Maverik Country Stores Inc. plans to construct a store at the southeast corner of Franklin and Karcher roads in north Nampa.Plans filed with the City of Nampa Building Department indicate the store would be 3,800 square feet. Timmerman ...

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Construction mgmt. co.'s new division grows (access required)

Boise company Sundance Construction Management Inc. has seen growth in the building-maintenance division it launched late last year.Sundance Commercial Maintenance started with a single employee in December and has since grown its staff to seven, said Bill Lathrop, marketing specialist. ...

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Irrigation equipment company plans new facility (access required)

Agri-Lines Irrigation Inc., based in Parma, aims to serve a growing clientele from the south Nampa area by constructing a facility there. The company plans a 3,500-square-foot warehouse, office and retail shop south of Nampa, on the north side of ...

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Bank, two buildings planned for southeast Boise (access required)

A Utah-based partnership plans to build a three-building commercial complex on Apple Street in southeast Boise – including a Washington Mutual Bank branch – near Carriage Crossing Apartments.Plans filed with Boise City Development Services indicate Carriage Crossing Shopping Center would ...

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Tech firm's sales drop, CEO resigns (access required)

After three years of trying to right the ship, CEO Curtis Crawford has left Zilog’s helm – and with his exit last month, analysts say Zilog’s future may be in doubt.Its last quarterly report showed a company in distress. Sales ...

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Bank aims to add 5 branches in southwest Idaho (access required)

Farmers & Merchants State Bank surpassed $200 million in total assets last month, and intends to add five more branches in southwest Idaho over the next several years.Clarence Jones, F&M president and CEO, said the Boise-based bank” is going to ...

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Idaho exports’ value soars 59% (access required)

Led by the state’s high-tech industry, the value of Idaho’s exports jumped 59 percent during 2000, surging to an all-time high of $3.8 billion, according to state estimates. The figure was encouraging to Idaho Department of Commerce Director Gary Mahn, ...

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Lawmakers get thanks from some, grousing from others (access required)

A 2001 Idaho Legislature session that spent most of its time determining how much of a $300-million-plus budget surplus should be spent on tax relief got generally favorable reviews from business and agriculture groups.The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce “appreciates ...

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Speaker shares tips on successful entrepreneurism (access required)

Palm Inc.’s purchase of Extended Systems Inc., Boise, makes sense even in an economic downturn because the future of high-tech is in devices such as Palm Pilots, said Ray Smelek, chairman of Extended’s board.He commented following an address to students ...

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