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MeTime Coffeehouse to open near Harris Ranch subdivision (access required)

MeTime Coffeehouse, an independently owned and operated coffee and espresso shop, plans a mid-December opening in the Mill Station building near the entrance to the Harris Ranch subdivision at Warm Springs Avenue and Eckert Road. Owners Beth and Mike Alpaugh, ...

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Meridian Development plans mixed-use revitalization for Old Town (access required)

A Meridian Development Corp. plan to revitalize the city’s Old Town area could help improve infrastructure and attract new businesses and buildings, advocates say. The Meridian City Council gave initial approval last month to the Meridian Revitalization Plan, which includes ...

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Farmers & Merchants State Bank seeks land swap with Meridian (access required)

Farmers & Merchants State Bank has proposed a land exchange with the City of Meridian to accommodate future construction of a larger branch office downtown. The bank operates a branch office at the northwest corner of Main Street and Broadway ...

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Meat store to reopen in North Channel center in Eagle (access required)

The Porterhouse, a retail meat store in Eagle, is to reopen later this month in the North Channel center at Riverside Drive and Eagle Road, near a Hilton Garden Inn under construction. Owner and Meridian resident Dave Faulk, who opened ...

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Empire Building lands two new tenants (access required)

The Empire Building, a six-story structure at 10th and Idaho streets in downtown Boise, gets two new tenants this month. Aspen Marketing Services has leased the 8,200 square-foot fourth floor, occupied by software firm Ridgerun until late June when that ...

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Albertsons plans new Emmett store (access required)

Albertsons plans to expand in Emmett. The Boise-based food and drug chain will replace its Emmett store with a significantly larger building, and construct a convenience store, spokeswoman Jeannette Duwe said. Construction of a nearly 50,000-square-foot store, and a 2,000-square ...

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State sees 'tepid' '03 growth on top of 1% job drop in '02 (access required)

Tepid would seem to be the watchword for Idaho’s economy in the year ahead. The state’s new Economic Forecast projects job growth of 1.5 percent next year, but coming on top of an estimated 1 percent decrease this year it ...

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Garnet power plant lacks financing (access required)

Ida-West Energy told state regulators last week that it has not been able to find acceptable financing for the 270-megawatt Garnet natural-gas power plant it proposes near Middleton. The announcement to the Idaho Public Utilities Commission signaled that Idaho Power ...

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Fred A. Moreton & Co. to move insurance brokerage to larger Boise quarters (access required)

Commercial insurance brokerage Fred A. Moreton & Co. has stuck with its plan to moving to larger Boise quarters, even as the industry continues to face challenges. Moreton planned to open in its new building, at U.S. 20-26 and Explorer ...

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Worker’s comp rates may drop again (access required)

A national organization that influences how worker’s-compensation insurers in Idaho set their premiums has recommended a decrease for the second straight year. The National Council on Compensation Insurance recommends that Idaho compensation insurers collect an average of 2.7 percent less ...

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