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J.R. Simplot adapts to slump, taste trends (access required)

If you’re expecting the end of the war in Iraq to unleash an immediate economic rebound, don’t hold your breath. That’s the view of the chief executive of Idaho’s largest privately held corporation, Larry Hlobik, president and CEO of J.R. ...

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“Right to cure” law takes effect July 1 (access required)

Idaho will have a homebuilders’ “notice and opportunity to repair” law – also known as a “right to cure” law – starting July 1. Gov. Dirk Kempthorne recently signed House Bill 133, which gives builders an interval to try to ...

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35-acre mixed-use project planned in southeast Boise (access required)

A 35-acre mixed-use development consisting of retail, office, and residential components is to be built between ParkCenter Boulevard and Boise Avenue, north of the latter’s intersection with Holcomb Road, in southeast Boise. Work on the Bown Crossing project – named ...

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Diversion Dam Power Plant revamp poses challenges (access required)

Adding 3 megawatts to Idaho’s huge power grid may seem like a drop in the bucket, but with the state using more electricity than its federal dams can crank out, power managers are eager for the startup of the Boise ...

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Caterer plans relocation of 8th St. eatery to Broadway (access required)

Boise caterer John Berryhill plans to move his downtown Boise wine bar and cafe by early June to the Broadway Park Plaza on Broadway Avenue near Iowa Street, adjacent to his catering business. Berryhill leases about 3,000 square feet in ...

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Berryhill plans relocation of 8th St. eatery to Broadway (access required)

Boise caterer John Berryhill plans to move his downtown Boise wine bar and cafe by early June to the Broadway Park Plaza on Broadway Avenue near Iowa Street, adjacent to his catering business.Berryhill leases about 3,000 square feet in the ...

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Apartments, retail planned at 12th and Greenhurst in Nampa (access required)

Construction of two retail buildings is nearing completion, and an apartment complex and more commercial buildings are planned, north of Wal-Mart in Nampa. Wal-Mart is at the northeast corner of 12th Avenue and Greenhurst roads. Tom Mannschreck of Thomas Development ...

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Meadow Lake senior project draws medical-office interest (access required)

Meadow Lake Village owners plan to start building commercial structures this year in the 140-acre development taking shape north of Interstate 84 and east of St. Luke’s Meridian Medical Center. Office buildings of 80,000 square feet and 10,000 square feet ...

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InTouch Solutions to build in Meridian's SilverStone center (access required)

Teleconn Inc., a telecommunications equipment company that does business as inTouch Solutions, plans a new building for its Boise-area headquarters. The company acquired a site on South Titanium Place in Meridian’s SilverStone Corporate Center, where it aims to start constructing ...

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New property “takings” law takes effect July 1 (access required)

Whether a government action on a property amounts to an improper “taking” will be determined differently in Idaho starting July 1. House Bill 256, signed by Gov. Dirk Kempthorne, requires a local or state agency to deliver a written “takings ...

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